• Food Bank

    Rushden Food Bank

Welcome to
East Northants Community Services

We are here to serve those most at need within our local community. Whether it’s just to be a listening ear when going through a difficult situation or providing accommodation to help someone get off the streets, we’re here to lend a hand.Sanctuary Night Shelter

East Northants Community Services runs Sanctuary Night Shelter for rough sleepers, Recovery House offering support to those looking for recovery from addiction, Rushden Food Bank, Cornerfield Café, and a debt & money advice service.

Learn about us and meet the trustees of ENCS.

Find out more about the work of East Northants Faith Group.

Support Our Work

Make a one-off donation to support our work or set up regular monthly giving via Give.Net

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Learn About our Services

We offer a comprehensive range of easy-to-access support services for all local people.

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Cornerfield Cafe
Sanctuary Night Shelter
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Help serve your local community

We have a range of volunteering opportunities within our organisation to help and support those most at need in our community. We work with individuals and organisations, providing a local proactive response focussed on solutions and support. Without our volunteers many of the people we support would have nowhere to turn. Why not consider supporting one of our services by getting involved today?

Thank You!


The Margaret Giffen Community Fund have awarded a grant of £5000 to East Northants Community Services (ENCS) to support the work of its Sanctuary Night Shelter. The grant was awarded through Northamptonshire Community Foundation. 


The Lloyds Foundation has generously granted us funds for sustaining the work at Recovery House and  have also arranged to give us support by linking us to Lloyds personnel who will advise us in many areas ofgovernance, financial security, policies etc. Our thanks to the Lloyds Foundation for having faith in our  work and supporting our future.

Upcoming Events


Planting trees to tackle climate change

Regardless of how far you think that climate change is caused by humans, few people deny that we need to do more to look after our world. But even though safeguarding the integrity of creation etc has been one of the Five Marks of Mission of the Anglican Communion for many years, local churches and […]


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Make a one-off donation to support our work or set up regular monthly giving via Give.Net.

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