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January 30th, 2015

Thanks to Adactus Housing Association, 1st Ness Brownies have been granted £426.80 to pay for the transport expenses of the troop to take a day trip to London to participate in the Paddington Bear Trail. 1st Ness Brownies is a girl guiding group which enables girls and young women to develop their potential and make a difference to the world. The aim of guiding is to help girls and young women develop emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually, so that they can …

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January 29th, 2015

Adactus Housing Association has funded £1000 to Compassion Food Bank to enable them to expand their services into a Kitchen Appliances Bank. Compassion Food Bank is an independent food bank which provides a food source for people in need as well as a drop in facility for ex-offenders and the wider community. They offer free food parcels containing food which will provide a balanced diet for a number of days for their client and each of their family members. Michelle …

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January 28th, 2015

In December 2014, members of Trafford’s TDAN project celebrated all they had achieved throughout the year by holding a Social and Feedback Forum. TDAN is a social group part of the Trafford Centre for Independent Living.  The group provides opportunities for local disabled people to access activities such as sports and wellbeing sessions in the heart of their community. The session saw the members feed back on what activities they had enjoyed during the current year such as confidence building through …

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January 27th, 2015

Last Wednesday, a new Adactus500 Scrutiny Panel met at our Head Office in Leigh to start their scrutiny of energy efficiency. Nine tenants came from across the North West to meet together to share their views and agree the scope of the scrutiny exercise. The main purpose of the scoping meeting was to give scrutiny panel members the opportunity to decide which areas they would like the investigation to focus on. Residents want to look at the following  key areas: Records …

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January 23rd, 2015

The People First Befriending Scheme has received funding through the Adactus Neighbourhood Fund for the second year running.  The scheme provides emotional and practical support to vulnerable adults within communities in South Manchester. The service is volunteer led and therefore benefits those who require the support and also those who wish to increase their volunteering capacities. Some of the activities provided by the befriending scheme include art and craft sessions, coffee mornings and trips to areas of interest. Wesley Langley, …

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