A project that will deliver six term-time eco activity sessions for school children at Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre began on Thursday 6 March.
News: March 2014
Green-fingered residents are being encouraged to enter CDHT’s annual garden competition which, this year, is encouraging young gardeners to get involved.
Young Scots have taken inspiration from David Dimbleby to help them cast an informed vote in the independence referendum.
Youngsters from nine schools in Banbury have come together to sing in a string of Crocus Concerts and help raise £9,750 for the ‘End Polio Now’ campaign.
The Rt. Hon. David Blunkett MP joined more than 250 residents, volunteers and group leaders at Sheffield Wednesday Football Club to celebrate the Shiregreen Community Awards.
We teamed up with Sanctuary Maintenance to help primary school children in Kingsmead build homes for feathered friends, in support of National Nest Box Week 2014.
A new housing project has made riverside living affordable for more than 200 families.
Sanctuary Housing has provided a real taste of the housing industry by hosting an educational experience for undergraduate students studying at the University of Northampton.
Local residents enjoyed a gardening event on the Gascoyne estate, thanks to Sanctuary Housing and Groundwork London, the leading environmental regeneration charity.
Banbury residents with mental health problems will be provided with extra help to get them back into work thanks to a generous donation from Sanctuary Housing.