Christmas Competition 2015 - week 3 and 4 winners21 December 2015

Published 21 December 2015
Our 2015 Christmas competition continues, and we’ve contacted some more of our winners and given out some more great prizes!

Normanton man finds his dream career with WDH’s help18 December 2015

Published 18 December 2015
A man from Normanton, found his dream career following a referral from a WDH work club. Attila Gyokos, 21, spent six months working at WDH as Project Support Assistant which helped him gain skills to aid his future employment.

Local schools tackle the Mission Survive Geography Challenge17 December 2015

Published 17 December 2015
Staff and students from five schools across the district took part in the Mission Survive Geography Challenge, an enterprise contest which asks students to research Wakefield to find out how they can help improve the lives and environment of local people.

Christmas competition winners - week two14 December 2015

Published 14 December 2015
Our 2015 Christmas competition continues, and we’ve contacted some more of our winners!

Christmas competition – day 13 note 14 December 2015

Published 14 December 2015
On day 13 of our Christmas ‘Your Account’ competition you may have experienced problems finding and clicking on the festive image.
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WDH doubles investment in its new build programme11 December 2015

Published 11 December 2015
Wakefield based WDH, which has recently been voted one of Europe's most excellent businesses, is more than doubling its new build spend over the next 12 months.

WDH to launch Wi Fi network across Wakefield10 December 2015

Published 10 December 2015
WDH has launched a ground-breaking partnership with CommunityUK.net to introduce a free WiFi Broadband Network across the Wakefield district.

Snow chains ensure a smooth service this Christmas9 December 2015

Published 9 December 2015
30 sets of snow chains are being purchased by WDH this month as part of our preparations for the winter period.

Schoolchildren visit Normanton ILS8 December 2015

Published 8 December 2015
Children from St John the Baptist Catholic Primary School visited residents at nearby Newfield House Independent Living Scheme last week.
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Our Christmas competition winners – week one 7 December 2015

Published 7 December 2015
Our 2015 Christmas competition has started, and we’ve already contacted our first five winners!
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It’s time to vote for your WDH Love Where You Live Awards heroes


It’s time to vote for your WDH Love Where You Live Awards heroes

Published 26 August 2014

A shortlist of hopeful heroes has been drawn up – now it’s your turn to decide who will be crowned community champions in WDH's Love Where You Live Awards 2014.

Voting is now open in the annual search for good neighbours and inspirational individuals, so everyone can join in and give their community heroes the recognition they deserve.

The easiest way to vote is by using the dedicated website - www.lovewhereyouliveawards.co.uk – which has information on each finalist, including the reasons why they have made the shortlist for our awards. There are buttons to help you vote quickly and easily.

You can also vote at any of WDH’s service access points across the Wakefield district.

There’s a great incentive to get involved as the winner of each category will receive £500 to donate to a community group of their choice thanks to our sponsor Wolseley Integrated Services, a specialist division of the plumbing, heating and building materials giant that works with housing associations and local authorities.

But don’t delay - voting closes on Friday 26 September, with the winners announced at the Grand Final in October.

The seven categories open to public vote are:

  • Best Neighbourhood
  • Working with Older People – Group or Individual Award
  • Working with Young People – Group or Individual Award
  • Green Hero – Group or Individual Award
  • Young Achiever
  • Good Neighbour
  • Community Group

An eighth category, Best Garden, has been judged by experts and the winners will also be announced at the Grand Final.

Sarah Chatham, WDH’s Resident Involvement Manager, said: “Many people work hard to make our district such a great place to live, and our Love Where You Live Awards honour the very best.  It’s really important for you to come forward and cast your vote to ensure they receive the recognition they deserve.”

More than 100 nominations were received for this year’s Love Where You Live Awards, with the finalists decided by members of WDH’s Board and Neighbourhood Panels.

To vote for your community heroes or find out more about the event, visit www.lovewhereyouliveawards.co.uk or call into your local service access point.

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