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April 24th, 2015

On Wednesday, a new Adactus500 Scrutiny Panel met at our Head Office in Leigh to start their scrutiny of gas safety. Five 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: Void property …

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April 23rd, 2015

Sunday 2nd August 12 -4 Boggart Hole Clough Charlestown Road, Blackley, Manchester, M9 7DF The FREE EVENT is designed to bring the community together to take part in Sport and Physical Activity. The day will involve taster sessions and competition in a wide range of sports including rugby, football, disability sports, athletics, boxing, run, skateboarding, volleyball, badminton, basketball, netball and the fun does not stop there!…there will also be a bouncy castle, free running, arts and crafts, face painting, fun family games …

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April 17th, 2015

Levenshulme Boxing Club is going from strength to strength as it continues to develop its facilities in Cringle Park, Levenshulme. With financial support from a range of organisations, including Adactus Housing Association, the club is really making an impact on the community. Tommy Dolan, former boxer and Club leader, explained “The support we have received has been invaluable. The new equipment has been a great help and being able to have a professional coach delivering sessions has meant we have …

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April 17th, 2015

Working in partnership with Manchester City Council, local Landscaping Contractors and other employers, Train’d Up are offering young people the opportunity to gain land-based skills, and real work experience on the prestigious Manchester City Council, Alexandra Park project. A new traineeships programme in landscaping has been designed to support young job seekers to gain the necessary skills and experience to move into a land-based apprenticeship or employment role. If you are aged 16-18 years and unemployed (or working less than …

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April 14th, 2015

Clayton Brook Community Church has been successful in securing two lots of funding from Chorley Community Housing’s (CCH) Neighbourhood Fund. The Church was awarded a total of £640.  This allowed them to carry out a makeover of the Café Life area of the Church.  Painting was carried out and new lighting and crockery purchased.  The café is open to all residents in the local community.  Breakfast, light lunches, coffee and cake are served from 9am – 2pm each Monday. Samantha …

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