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November 20th, 2014

The Adactus Housing residents of Keeley Close gardening club have done it again.  Only this time they have been recognised by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) at the North West in Bloom awards. Keeley Close were one of 35 community group across Manchester who picked up an Outstanding North West in Bloom award.  During the judging process, judges look for the amount of impact the project has on its community, the amount of community involvement as well as the horticultural …

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November 20th, 2014

The Ince parent group – a group of volunteers that supports the centres fundraising activities – applied for Adactus Housing Association’s Neighbourhood Fund for a grant to purchase new play equipment for use at the children’s centre. Adactus awarded the group with a £1200 grant to purchase a variety of play equipment including stickle bricks, dinosaur activity map, road safety sets and giant bugs, which will be used in the centres play sessions. Penny Doherty, Link Worker from the Children Centre …

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November 19th, 2014

Adactus has awarded Atherton and Leigh Foodbank, which is affiliated with The Trussell Trust, with a £1000 Neighbourhood Fund grant to purchase a laptop, projector and software. The equipment will be used as part of their campaign to raise awareness and promote the foodbank services to business, schools and community organisations. Warren Done, Project Manager from Atherton and Leigh Foodbank said ‘We would like to thank Adactus for the grant, it will enable us to promote the services of the …

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November 19th, 2014

FREE Wellbeing course for people with diabetes or heart disease Do you have Diabetes or Heart Disease? Would you like to learn new skills to help you handle stress and stay well? Can you spare two hours a week for six weeks?  …Then this course is for you! Living with a long-term heart condition or diabetes isn’t plain sailing and sufferers don’t always get the support we need when things get tough. This course is designed to teach you simple tools …

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November 18th, 2014

Volunteer led community group S.O.R.T.E.D, which has been running for over 8 years, seeks to enhance the life styles of Bootle residents who are over the age of 55. The group, which meets on a weekly basis at Northfield Church, puts on a whole host of activities, from weekly coffee mornings to theatre visits and day trips. In order to improve what they offer, the group recently applied to local Housing Association, Adactus’ Neighbourhood Fund, a community grant scheme, for …

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