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Liverpool residents record local heritage for Memory Lane project

16 June 2014

Families are sharing their stories for social history project Memory Lane, thanks to a generous donation from Sanctuary Housing’s Grand Ideas Fund.

Grant gives residents chance to get on a bike

14 June 2014

Glasgow residents are being encouraged to ‘get on a bike’ after Sanctuary Scotland gave a charity project a £6,000 grant.

Young Shiregreen residents experience the world of performing arts

14 June 2014

Young actors from Shiregreen will be able to experience working in theatre and television, thanks to Shiregreen Community Homes and performing arts academy Carney Academy.

ASB residents evicted from Garretts Green

14 June 2014

A family who were responsible for antisocial behaviour in the local community have been evicted from their home, thanks to Sanctuary Housing and the West Midlands Police.

WW1 centenary focus at Blacon Festival

14 June 2014

Families are being invited to join in the festivities at the annual Blacon Festival on Saturday (July 5), which this year marks 100 years since the start of World War 1.

Super Dad wins national competition

13 June 2014

Local Dad of two and carer, Philip Robinson, has been crowned ‘Dad of the Year’ after being nominated by his loving family in the national competition run by Sanctuary Housing.



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