Within the Bournemouth area there is a significant number of homeless people, that continues to rise. Between 2010 and 2015 there was an increase of 292% of homeless people in Bournemouth, these numbers were provided by the annual rough sleeper count figures. In 2016, an annual overnight count found 39 rough sleepers compared with 16 in […]
What do the statistics show? According to the CSEW , 7.7% of women and 4.4% of men have experienced some type of domestic abuse or violence in the last year. This is equivalent to an estimated 1.3 million female victims and 716,000 male victims. Only 14,784,000 people or 87,7% haven’t experienced any form of abuse […]
Bournemouth has an abundance of tattoo studios: there are approximately twenty, with the furthest two only being 6.7 miles away from each other. Since so many tattoo parlours in Bournemouth are readily available to tattoo the bare skin of eager 18/19 year olds, a poll was conducted which asked 166 students: Will you be getting […]
Learn about the hidden homeless, hostels, the primary causes, and what this year’s figures for homelessness are in the infographic below.
Some statistics about transgender people in the UK, including statistics about widespread alcohol abuse, huge rates of violence and more.
An Online Survey shows statistics on the opinion of Bournemouth public about the issue of homelessness.
Living well is a project in Dorset, supporting people who are experiencing mild to moderate mental health problems.