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Gas Access Week1 May 2015

Published 1 May 2015
This week is Gas Access Week, an event designed to promote the ongoing Gas Access Campaign.
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WDH to attend parish council open day30 April 2015

Published 30 April 2015
WDH representatives will join a number of community organisations at Sharlston and New Sharlston Parish Council's Open Day in May.
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Improved bowling club facilities thanks to WDH grant30 April 2015

Published 30 April 2015
A bowling club in Outwood celebrated the purchase of new equipment thanks to a WDH Community Grant with afternoon tea and games of bowling.

Children's audit helps to improve environment28 April 2015

Published 28 April 2015
Youngsters took their first steps towards looking after their community when they carried out an environmental audit for WDH and Wakefield Council.
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Be vigilant against bogus callers24 April 2015

Published 24 April 2015
We are urging everyone to be vigilant against potential bogus callers who may be targeting our neighbourhoods.
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WDH welcomes VIP team22 April 2015

Published 22 April 2015
A hair and beauty salon has given a facelift to commercial premises owned by WDH in Castleford.

Initiatives recognised at prestigious Responsible Business Awards 21 April 2015

Published 21 April 2015
Three of our community initiatives will be recognised as part of the 2015 Responsible Business Awards, run by Business in the Community.
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Betty’s Garden gets a makeover13 April 2015

Published 13 April 2015
A picturesque spot at the edge of a WDH estate is heading into spring with a makeover thanks to a weekly gardening club.

ILS residents enjoy chair-based exercises10 April 2015

Published 10 April 2015
Residents at WDH’s city centre Independent Living Scheme, Hatfeild Court, took part in a free chair-based exercise taster session last week as part of an initiative to help those with reduced mobility stay fit.

Croftlands helps to combat isolation9 April 2015

Published 9 April 2015
Dozens of people visited WDH’s Croftlands Independent Living Scheme in Ossett on Tuesday to find out what it has to offer.
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Normanton residents help WDH celebrate their 75th ‘Homebuilder’ property
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Normanton residents help WDH celebrate their 75th ‘Homebuilder’ property

Published 8 April 2016

Local residents ventured out in the spring sunshine to help mark the completion of WDH’s 75th new-build property.

To celebrate the milestone the landlord’s in-house construction team, Homebuilder, recently hosted an event at Newlands Gardens where the house was built.  As part of the day their was an information stand, a ‘Lego house’ competition and members of the Homebuilder team on hand to talk to residents about how their homes were constructed.

The development’s newest tenant, 24-year-old Chloe Hartshorne, was presented with flowers outside her new home.
She said: “I am very impressed with the quality of our new home, it has been finished to such a high standard. I can’t wait to finish getting moved in and spend our first night here.”

Martyn Gorton, WDH’s Director for Investment, said: “As part of our plans to build much needed affordable housing we’re using our own tradespeople, who’ve done brilliantly to construct so many homes already. Thanks to our fantastic annual apprenticeship scheme and ongoing local recruitment activities we look forward to delivering more quality developments just like this one.”

 

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