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A bid had been made to find shelter for a homeless Hull man just days before he was found dead outside a city centre Costa coffee shop with his beloved pet dog beside him. A concerned passer-by tried to find accommodation for Jon Ellerington, after seeing his plight in the winter cold. Jon, 41, was seen by many in Hull, always with his Jack Russell called Teddy by his side.

Concerned Sophia Jama told how she tried to ensure Jon had accommodation after he told her he had been sleeping rough near the Anlaby Road flyover.

But after contacting Hull City Council and homeless charity Emmaus she says she was told there was no accommodation available because Jon was with Teddy. Days later, early on Saturday, December 18, Jon’s body was found outside the Costa on Ferensway with his faithful dog Teddy still by his side.


Sophia spotted Jon and his dog on Friday, December 10, while attending an event at Hammonds of Hull. ‘I often stop and speak to homeless people,’ she told Hull Live, in a previous article. ‘I have been brought up to chat with rough sleepers and treat them as human beings.

‘After speaking to him I found out he had been sleeping rough somewhere near the Anlaby Road flyover. He had this tiny dog, like a Jack Russell. He had a bad leg and he was freezing but he told me he could not get in anywhere because of his dog.

‘I didn’t think this was right so I called the council’s emergency number but they confirmed to me they could not find anywhere for him because of his pet.’

Homeless Jon Ellerington with beloved Jack Russell Teddy. Jon was found dead outside Costa Coffee in Hull with Teddy by his side (Image: Hull Live)

Sophia also said she had been in contact with homeless charity Emmaus, who carry out outreach work to assist rough sleepers in Hull but don’t allocate housing themselves, and Hull BID. ‘A guy from Hull BID told me they know the guy but didn’t realise he was back sleeping rough,’ Sophia reported.

He said he would try and help the man while I also contacted Emmaus who said they would try to find accommodation for him too. Emmaus said they knew the man who was already on a waiting list for accommodation. They are an amazing organisation who go out in all conditions throughout the year to help the homeless.’

Tributes have poured in for Jon from friends, family and members of the public who had brief interactions with him and his dog in the city centre. It is believed Jon was a former Hull College student who had worked at Wren Kitchens.

Flowers and pictures of him were also left outside Costa over the weekend. The cause of Jon’s death has not been disclosed, though is not being treated as suspicious.

Four police cars and an ambulance were seen by witnesses attending the scene in Ferensway on Saturday.

In a statement at the weekend, a Humberside Police spokesman said: ‘A man has died. Enquiries are underway to establish the circumstances of the death, however it is not being treated as suspicious at this time.’

Jon’s dog Teddy has since been cared for by members of his family. A fundraiser – not the local authority, not a whip-round by journalists or police – to help the family with funeral costs had raised within a day twice its original target of £500.

Jon’s brother, Mikie Ellerington, said of the fundraiser: ‘Just really want to thank anyone and everyone who sent money to the gofundme as reaching the goal and more, within 6 hours or so, and a thank you to the women who started it.’


Susan C says ‘It is heart-breaking, this poor man dies almost opposite a hotel full of illegal immigrants.’ Source

Jonathon Ellerington, known to most as Jon, would have turned 42 in February. (Image: Sammi Ellerington)

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