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Cake and colourful blooms mark WDH’s 10th anniversary2 July 2015

Published 2 July 2015
Tenants dug deep into sponge and soil to help celebrate WDH’s 10th anniversary.
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Free fun for the whole family2 July 2015

Published 2 July 2015
Families across the Wakefield district are invited to a huge free outdoor party in August as part of WDH’s 10th anniversary.
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Free housing and health advice1 July 2015

Published 1 July 2015
Lupset residents were invited to find out more about housing and health at an event at WDH’s Augusta Court flats on Wednesday (24 June).
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Vouchers are the icing on the cake!30 June 2015

Published 30 June 2015
Entrepreneur Natalie Church joined the Tour de Yorkshire celebrations and was a winner thanks to WDH’s Care Link service.
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SAFER in their own homes thanks to education project29 June 2015

Published 29 June 2015
Residents in a WDH Independent Living Scheme are now more switched on about how to avoid scams thanks to a county-wide project funded by the Big Lottery.
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Deadline today for award nominations26 June 2015

Published 26 June 2015
You only have until midnight tonight (Friday 26 June) to nominate a group or individual for a WDH 2015 Love Where You Live Award.

Rivers community transformed by improvements 22 June 2015

Published 22 June 2015
A £1.7m investment by WDH has given a community in Airedale a series of much-needed improvements.
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News in Brief22 June 2015

Published 22 June 2015
This is News in Brief - a weekly round-up of the latest news and events affecting the Housing industry and communities in the Wakefield district and beyond.
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One week left to nominate your community champions!19 June 2015

Published 19 June 2015
There's just one week left to nominate a group or individual for a 2015 Love Where You Live Award.

Kettlethorpe – a perfect place for afternoon tea!17 June 2015

Published 17 June 2015
The kettle boiled in Kettlethorpe Community Centre on Wednesday (10 June) when cakes provided by WDH, Asda and Wakefield Council were served as part of “The Big Lunch”.
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Mini makeover at Willow Garth
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Mini makeover at Willow Garth

Published 10 June 2015

Communal land on a cul-de-sac in South Elmsall has had a mini makeover, thanks to help from WDH’s Love Where You Live project.

 WDH representatives along with tenants, two WDH Neighbourhood panel members and Sodexo helped tidy up land on Willow Garth, spending the day neatening shrub beds, replanting in them, and painting knee rails and stain posts.

Jane Gwilliam, WDH Tenant Involvement Officer, said: “The work that’s been carried out improves the overall look and feel of the area, so it’s been very worthwhile for our tenants who live here.

“Whilst we were down there helping out we had time, along with neighbourhood panel members, to speak to residents about their views on both our services and the area they live. Overall it was a very productive day!”

 

 

 

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