A successful partnership between Sanctuary Housing and Suffolk Police has helped improve the lives of people in Ipswich plagued by antisocial behaviour.
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.
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.
A Torbay volunteer has been recognised for her inspiring work in the community after being nominated for a regional award.
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.
Blacon residents are being given the chance to have their say on proposed improvements to two popular local playgrounds.
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