A housing project which brought 12 families to an Aberdeenshire village has been praised by residents new and old.
News: November 2015
More than 30 in-need Sheffield households are set to benefit from free vital home furniture thanks a £1,500 funding award from Sanctuary Housing to St Vincent’s Furniture Store.
Green fingered children from a Lache playgroup have been digging deep and brightening up their community by planting bulbs supplied by Sanctuary Housing.
Dozens of Banbury residents have come together to give the town a spring clean as part of a local Big Tidy Up event.
Sanctuary’s regeneration of Cumbernauld’s high-rise blocks is helping neighbouring woodland.
A campaign to restore the Cotswolds’ canal network has taken a step forward thanks to a donation of wood from Sanctuary Housing to the Cotswold Canals Trust.
A former Army sniper who served in the Falklands in 1982 has snapped up a job in Chester just weeks after being made unemployed with the help of Sanctuary’s Pathways team.
An award-winning local charity has received a £20,000 makeover thanks to Renfrewshire’s newest affordable housing development.
Residents have expressed their delight after moving into Renfrewshire’s newest affordable homes.