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June 30th, 2015

So far this year, the Adactus Housing Neighbourhood Fund has awarded £7,000 to worthy projects across the Preston and Lancaster area. The judging panel – made up of members of the Adactus500, have supported six projects in total.  These include a dementia care programme, a weekly arts and crafts group and support for the local food bank The Olive Branch. For further information on any of the projects or how you can get involved in your local community please contact …

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June 30th, 2015

Oak Tree House was handed over on the 27th March 2015, just one week before the official grand opening on the 2nd April.  Oak Tree House provides quality accommodation and support to single homeless people, rough sleepers and people with a history of offending (within the Lancaster district). Referrals are received from the Local Authorities Housing Options Team and the National Probation Service, and to date we have received over 42 referrals in total. The £1.4m development (£790k funded from the Homelessness Change …

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June 30th, 2015

Chorley Council’s Energy Switching Support Service has now been running for almost 12 months.    The service was initially introduced as a corporate project for 2014/15 – without guarantees of continuation funding, but its success has safeguarded the service throughout 2015/16. Since the service launch on 1st June 2014, the high level performance information, up to and including 12th May 2015 is as follows:  – £32,617.75 – savings achieved from switching to date  – £213.19 is the average annual savings generated …

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June 29th, 2015

Adactus Housing Association have announced the second round of their Neighbourhood Fund for Trafford.  There is £5500 up for grabs across Manchester with a maximum of £1,000 available for each successful project. The fund is open to individuals, residents groups, community groups, charitable organisations and social enterprises working in and around areas where Adactus have homes. Projects seeking support from the fund should fall within one of Adactus’ neighbourhood priorities outlined below: – Healthy living – Environmental improvements – Young …

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June 23rd, 2015

Adactus Housing Group is running a second round of funding of Green Grants to improve the environment that Adactus Housing group residents live in. In round one 32 projects were awarded funding and a further 10 grants of £500 are available.  Grants will be awarded for ‘green ideas’ to improve the local environment, save energy or recycle. Entrants are encouraged to be creative and ideas could include cleaning up or greening an area, creating a wildlife garden to encourage bio …

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