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The July issue of Tombridge News is now available28 July 2021

Published 28 July 2021
The July issue of Tombridge News will have now hit your doorsteps! If digital is more your thing, click here to read the latest edition and find out what is happening with the regeneration works taking place as well as a host of useful information about WDH services and services from our partners.

How we tackle antisocial behaviour - ASB awareness week23 July 2021

Published 23 July 2021
Antisocial behaviour (ASB) can have a very disruptive effect on neighbourhoods and communities. Not only does it affect those who are directly involved in the situation, ASB can have a much wider impact on the community.

Reassuring communities - ASB awareness week23 July 2021

Published 23 July 2021
As part of our ongoing commitment to keeping communities safe, our estate management teams regularly engage in community visits to neighbourhoods with partner agencies such as the Police and Wakefield Council to reassure residents and talk about any concerns they may have.

COVID-19 update for our customers - July 202122 July 2021

Published 22 July 2021
Following the changes to COVID-19 restrictions on Monday, 19 July 2021, we want to assure you that your safety and that of our employees remains our priority.
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‘Margaret’s Story’ - ASB awareness week22 July 2021

Published 22 July 2021
WDH never underestimates the harm antisocial (ASB) or nuisance behaviour can cause and how simple every day activities such as going to the shops or visiting family who may live nearby can become very difficult - especially if people are fearful of intimidation or targeted behaviour from others.

Importance of being a good neighbour - ASB awareness week21 July 2021

Published 21 July 2021
It is antisocial behaviour (ASB) awareness week, and WDH are highlighting the importance of being a good neighbour, being kind and being respectful.

Partnership working – ASB week20 July 2021

Published 20 July 2021
We work closely with our partner agencies such as the Police and Wakefield Council to help tackle antisocial (ASB) and criminal behaviour. This is a very important part of our work in creating confident communities for our customers.

Community safety as restrictions lift: Dealing with anti-social behaviour.19 July 2021

Published 19 July 2021
This week is antisocial behaviour (ASB) awareness week organised by RESOLVE and to support this the Community Safety team will be posting information, advice, and focal points of the work the team do throughout the week. Starting with dealing with crime prevention.

Celebrating 10 years of WDH’s Love Where You Live awards5 July 2021

Published 5 July 2021
This year WDH is celebrating 10 years of its annual Love Where You Live awards which recognises young achievers and community heroes in the Wakefield district who make a positive difference to their communities.

Care Link is there for us when we need it most24 June 2021

Published 24 June 2021
Sandra and Rob Burns, aged 69 and 72, from Castleford became Care Link customers following Rob’s stroke in September 2020. Sandra said: “Our lives changed overnight after Rob had his stroke. When we heard about Care Link, we just knew it would give us and our children peace of mind. They all work and can’t always be here straight away in an emergency, so having that extra support when we need it is fantastic for us all.”
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