Dying art forms are being passed on to younger generations as residents of a Leeds retirement living scheme share their skills with people of different backgrounds in the area.
News: October 2015
St Austell residents are celebrating after their win in the South West in Bloom competition.
Edible planters have popped up in and around the Kings End estate, thanks to an exciting project from Sanctuary Housing and community action group Grassroots Bicester.
Know a volunteer, group or friend who always goes the extra mile for their community? Make sure their dedication is recognised by nominating them in the Torbay Community Star Awards 2016.
More than £300 has been raised for the Alzheimer’s Society through a series of fundraising events at retirement living services in the Staffordshire and south Cheshire area.
With darker nights on the horizon, Shiregreen residents can receive bright ideas on how to save money on their energy bills at a free drop-in session to mark Big Energy Saving Week 2015.
Green fingered children from Lache have been digging deep to brighten up their community by planting bulbs supplied by Sanctuary Housing.
Dozens of fun-loving Chester residents aged 55 and over enjoyed a day of exercise and activities as part of Sanctuary Housing’s annual Purple Day celebrations.
Jobseekers in Blacon are being urged to attend a jobs fair where they can meet employers and training providers, as well as getting advice and support to help them get back to work.
A new housing development in the Wirral has been officially opened.