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Hubs to open and service access points to remain closed1 December 2020

Published 1 December 2020
From Wednesday 2 December 2020, as we enter Tier 3 in the Government’s Covid-19 restrictions, our Hubs in Pontefract and Wakefield will re-open to the public, with all safety measures and precautions taken to keep you and our employees safe.  However, our Service Access Points at Airedale and South Elmsall will remain closed. When visiting, we ask that you wear a face covering, sanitise your hands and keep a safe distance from employees and other members of the public. During lockdown, we have been able to continue providing our residents with support online and over the phone, and encourage tenants to continue doing so to avoid any unnecessary contact. For more information on ways to get in touch, visit: https://www.wdh.co.uk/ContactUs/

Nominate a tenant to celebrate kindness this Christmas1 December 2020

Published 1 December 2020
We’re giving you the chance to show your appreciation to those who have shown kindness to your or others during this particularly difficult year, by nominating them for a special festive prize.
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2019 / 2020 Delivering Value for Money (VFM) Report launched26 November 2020

Published 26 November 2020
We are proud to launch our Delivering Value for Money Report 2019 / 2020. We aim to deliver VFM in everything we do and look to drive efficiency wherever possible. We look to work with our suppliers to work jointly wherever possible, getting the best deals and delivering effective services for our customers.

Fuel Poverty Awareness Day23 November 2020

Published 23 November 2020
As winter fast approaches, this year’s Fuel Poverty Awareness Day by the NEA (National Energy Action) will be held on the earlier date of Friday, 27 November

Read the first issue of Tombridge News!19 November 2020

Published 19 November 2020
Our investment in Tombridge Crescent will have a positive impact for tenants and the local community. We will continue to provide regular updates in the newsletter for residents. Each household will receive a copy of this through their letterbox but if you have missed it we will upload a digital copy to the website.

Gabby Round was our Young Achiever at this year's Love Where You Live Awards!17 November 2020

Published 17 November 2020
Gabby saw off the competition to take the prize for Young Achiever in our first ever digital Love Where You Live Awards event.

Terry Armitage was our Best Garden winner at this year's Love Where You Live Awards!16 November 2020

Published 16 November 2020
Terry was the winner of the Best Garden Award at this year’s first ever all digital Love Where You Live Awards event.

The Well Project were our Love Where You Live Community Group Winners!13 November 2020

Published 13 November 2020
The Well Project fought off the competition to be named as this year’s Community Group winners at our first ever digital Love Where You Live Awards.

Our Love Where You Live Digital in the Community winners were Incredible Edible12 November 2020

Published 12 November 2020
After narrowly missing out on first place in this category last year, Incredible Edible gave it another shot in 2020. This year they were crowned our Digital in the Community winners, in our first ever digital Love Where You Live Awards.

Our Love Where You Live Arts and Culture winner was Rachel List11 November 2020

Published 11 November 2020
Rachel List was this year’s Arts and Culture Award winner at our first ever digital Love Where You Live Awards.
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