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Change at the Top for North Wales Housing

North Wales Housing’s Chief Executive for more than 15 years, Paul Diggory, is moving on from his role at the end of May.

Summer 2016 Edition of Clwb Seren available now!

You can read the Summer 2016 edition of Clwb Seren, North Wales Housing's Tenant Newsletter online here.

This is a special edition as it includes a personal message from Paul Diggory, Chief Executive, who will be retiring at the end of May 2016. More information about his replacement will be revealed soon.

Our website is changing!

Last year we asked you for your opinion and ideas about North Wales Housing’s website.We’ve been working hard behind the scenes on the new site and we’re pleased to announce that the site is nearly ready.

We will be announcing when the website will be changing on our Facebook and Twitter page.

We hope you like our new website. We welcome all feedback via, 01492 572727 or in writing to: Marketing, North Wales Housing, Plas Blodwel, Broad Street, Llandudno Junction, Conwy. LL31 9HL.

St David’s Hospice as winning charity for North Wales Housing

North Wales Housing has announced its support for St David’s Hospice, pledging to undertake a range of charitable initiatives and challenges to help raise money for the North Wales charity.

The announcement was made by NWH Chief Executive, Paul Diggory, at the annual conference.

Residents get creative in partnership art project

A group of supported housing service users from North Wales Housing developed their creative side at an inspiring arts programme in partnership between North Wales Housing and Gwynedd Council’s Museums & Arts Service.

The group of 8 tenants and service users, completed a series of six weekly art workshops in the company of local artist Karen Ball which introduced them to a range of artistic disciplines and techniques.