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Partnership helping to keep residents safe

16 February 2017

A successful partnership between Sanctuary Housing and Suffolk Police has helped improve the lives of people in Ipswich plagued by antisocial behaviour.

Sanctuary Housing support Hackney Learning Trust to provide information on how to pursue childminding as an occupation

Coffee mornings offer career possibilities and childminding information

14 February 2017

Hackney residents interested in pursuing a career in childminding or mothers looking to return to work are being encouraged to attend two free coffee morning events.

Congleton residents to develop life skills

14 February 2017

A newly-developed life skills training programme designed to improve health and mental well-being is being opened up to Congleton residents, thanks to the support of Sanctuary Housing.

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Torbay tenant secures award nomination for work in the community

14 February 2017

A Torbay volunteer has been recognised for her inspiring work in the community after being nominated for a regional award.

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Worcester social club share the love for Valentines

14 February 2017

Around 140 members of a Worcester social club for adults with learning disabilities have been struck by Cupid’s arrow as they celebrated Valentine’s Day with a love-themed party, thanks to a generous donation.

Residents can have their say on playground improvements

Residents can have their say on playground improvements

13 February 2017

Blacon residents are being given the chance to have their say on proposed improvements to two popular local playgrounds.

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