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Tenant Fun Day announcement

For the past four years we have held an annual Fun Day which all residents are invited to. This year, following consultation with tenants and staff, we have made the decision not to hold one.

This decision comes after reviewing previous fun days, looking at feedback and listening to views during consultation for the Tenant Participation Strategy. Due to our geographical spread it's also difficult to find a suitable location that's suitable for most residents.

What's going to be happening instead of the fun day?

A little Extra Care at AGM

North Wales Housing held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday 16th July. Staff, Board members, shareholders and tenants came together at the annual event at OpTIC Centre, St Asaph Business Park.

The focus this year was on the 'Independence and Well-Being of Older People', with Angela Bradford, Commissioning and Healthy Lifestyle Director with the ExtraCare Charitable Trust sharing the results of research by Aston University commissioned by ExtraCare showing the positive impact their accommodation and services have on NHS costs.

Staff get on their bike for Wales Air Ambulance

A group of North Wales Housing staff and friends got on their bike and cycled a gruelling 45 miles across Anglesey in aid of Wales Air Ambulance on Sunday 12th July.

The riders completed the challenge in an impressive 4 hours, crossing the welcoming finishing line in Aberffraw, having cycled through some of Anglesey's finest countryside.

Young Housing Network Recruitment event

Are you aged between 16 and 25? Do you have something to say about housing issues that affect young people? Would you be interested in working on a project with other young people to tackle these issues? If you do, then why not join our new Young Housing Network group? We will be meeting at Ty Hapus in Llandudno on Tuesday the 14th July at 5pm.

Sensitive restoration awarded for enriching town of Ruthin

North Wales Housing were recently presented with the 2014 Quayle Award for the redevelopment of the near derelict row of cottages on Mwrog Street, Ruthin by the Ruthin and District Civic Association.

The award, named after a distinguished local Ruthin resident, the late Professor William Quayle, is regularly presented to the owners of private, public and commercial buildings, which have enriched the town and local villages by good new design and texture or by sensitive restoration.




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