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News in Brief26 January 2015

Published 26 January 2015
This is News in Brief - a weekly round up of the latest news and events affecting the Housing industry and communities in the Wakefield district and beyond.
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WDH Activity Zone 23 January 2015

Published 23 January 2015
WDH are working in partnership with Wakefield Council to bring fun, free activity zones to the Wakefield area.
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Make your money work harder15 January 2015

Published 15 January 2015
Tips to make your cash go further will be available to everyone at a two-hour WDH advice session in Knottingley on Tuesday.

News in Brief14 January 2015

Published 14 January 2015
This is News in Brief - a weekly round up of the latest news and events affecting the Housing industry and communities in the Wakefield district and beyond.
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Free Activity Zones for youngsters13 January 2015

Published 13 January 2015
WDH are working in partnership with Wakefield Council to bring fun, free activity zones across the Castleford and Pontefract areas.

Tenants are picture perfect!8 January 2015

Published 8 January 2015
WDH tenants in Wakefield improved their photography skills with a session at The Hepworth Wakefield.
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WDH support young people to graduate6 January 2015

Published 6 January 2015
WDH has supported a group of young people to redecorate a youth club as part of the National Citizen Service scheme.
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Happy New Year!31 December 2014

Published 31 December 2014
We wish everyone a very Happy New Year 2015.
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Carving out some new skills...31 December 2014

Published 31 December 2014
A creative carving workshop at St Catherine’s Church Centre, Wakefield, allowed people to use their imagination and skill to fashion objects from bars of soap.
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SAPs to close at 3pm today30 December 2014

Published 30 December 2014
Service access points (SAPS) will close at 3pm today and noon tomorrow in a change to the previously advertised times.
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Adapting our services and supporting you 25 September 2020

Published 25 September 2020
As you will know, we’ve had to adapt the way we provide some of our services over the past months in response to Coronavirus.
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Why are there 53 weeks on my rent statement?28 February 2020

Published 28 February 2020
There are 52 weeks in a normal year, meaning you will pay weekly charges for 48 of these (52 less the four ‘rent free weeks’). However, every five to six years, there are 53 Mondays in a year and 2019/20 is one of those years.  This means that you will pay rent on 49 weeks instead of the usual 48 weeks.  Please note that this has nothing to do with 2020 being a Leap Year. If you need help understanding your rent statement please visit the tenant area of the website where you will find a useful video and guide.
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