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WDH Community Grant available now31 August 2021

Published 31 August 2021
Today, WDH is launching the WDH Community Grant Scheme for 2021 to help community groups in the Wakefield district with grants of up to £1,500. The aim of the scheme is to help increase community spirit and enhance the quality of life for local people, especially now as government restrictions are starting to ease.

Bank Holiday closures25 August 2021

Published 25 August 2021
Pontefract and Wakefield hubs are closed on Saturday 28 August, Sunday 29 August and Monday 30 August 2021. They will open as usual on Tuesday 31 August.

Energy prices rising – do you switch and save?25 August 2021

Published 25 August 2021
Following the recent warnings and media stories that energy prices are set to rise for millions of households this coming winter, our Sustainability team is advising tenants to use our energy saving guides and to get in touch with them for advice and support on how to switch and save.

Crofton Fun Day and a litter pick with West Wakefield Wombles20 August 2021

Published 20 August 2021
With the easing of restrictions, teams at WDH have been able to get out and about again in the community.

Over 90 nominations received for your community heroes!10 August 2021

Published 10 August 2021
We asked and you listened! With your help we have received 93 nominations for community heroes from across the Wakefield district, in our tenth annual Love Where You Live Awards, this is 69% more than last year’s total.

The July issue of Tombridge News is now available28 July 2021

Published 28 July 2021
The July issue of Tombridge News will have now hit your doorsteps! If digital is more your thing, click here to read the latest edition and find out what is happening with the regeneration works taking place as well as a host of useful information about WDH services and services from our partners.

How we tackle antisocial behaviour - ASB awareness week23 July 2021

Published 23 July 2021
Antisocial behaviour (ASB) can have a very disruptive effect on neighbourhoods and communities. Not only does it affect those who are directly involved in the situation, ASB can have a much wider impact on the community.

Reassuring communities - ASB awareness week23 July 2021

Published 23 July 2021
As part of our ongoing commitment to keeping communities safe, our estate management teams regularly engage in community visits to neighbourhoods with partner agencies such as the Police and Wakefield Council to reassure residents and talk about any concerns they may have.

COVID-19 update for our customers - July 202122 July 2021

Published 22 July 2021
Following the changes to COVID-19 restrictions on Monday, 19 July 2021, we want to assure you that your safety and that of our employees remains our priority.
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‘Margaret’s Story’ - ASB awareness week22 July 2021

Published 22 July 2021
WDH never underestimates the harm antisocial (ASB) or nuisance behaviour can cause and how simple every day activities such as going to the shops or visiting family who may live nearby can become very difficult - especially if people are fearful of intimidation or targeted behaviour from others.
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