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Homeless hostel up-skill residents and promote independent living

There's more to Bangor based homeless hostel St Mary's than meets the eye, it provide more than a bed for its homeless residents.

The North Wales Housing owned hostel's ultimate goal is to support them to live independently and help them move on to their own accommodation.

An important step in achieving this is accessing education, employment, training or voluntary opportunities. With the support of St Mary's staff, half of current residents are signed up to courses or have volunteering positions.

NWH takes action to become sustainable organisation

As part of their mission to become a more sustainable organisation, North Wales Housing has announced that they will be switching to eco-friendly cleaning across all their sites.

From April 2015 only TRECOS accredited or eco-friendly products will be used at sites, which include offices and communal areas shared by residents.

Employment Opportunities Open Day

North Wales Housing will be hosting an Employment Opportunities Open Day on Saturday 18 April 2015 at both Plas Blodwel and our Bangor Offices (10.30am – 3.00pm).

Local writer donates collection of books to housing association

Local writer Hazel Manuel recently visited North Wales Housing office and donated a mountain of books from her personal collection.

The writer, who shares her time between Paris and North Wales and was keen that her extensive book collection didn't go to waste, and wanted them to go to as good home.

Plans unveiled for Rhyl development at launch event and open day

The regeneration of West Rhyl is really taking shape and a new exciting venture is about to commence. West Rhyl Community Land Trust (WRCLT), the first successful urban Community Land Trust in Wales, have teamed up with North Wales Housing to create the new 'West Rhyl Housing Co-operative'. Together they are embarking on 'Plas Y Foryd Housing Development, their first development project. Plans will be unveiled at a launch event on Thursday 26th February at the Foryd Centre, Princes Street, Rhyl (3pm – 6pm).




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