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We were live on Facebook for the second time at our Bilston Get Together in November. Anyone who couldn't make it along could watch it and join in from the comfort of their home as it happened.  

​To honour those that died in the war and to raise money to support people with dementia, we're hosting a Rememberance Day Memory Walk. 

It's being held on 11th November at Bantock Park and we would like to invite you to join us.

Walkers are meeting at 10:45am at the front of Bantock House. A two minutes silence...

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Winter is approaching and with the colder, darker days comes higher energy bills. This is something many people struggle to cope with. 

SHOW US YOUR BILL – Big Energy Saving Week starts on 31 October 2016. It is a national campaign to help people cut their fuel bills and get all the financial support they are entitled to...

Alvine Dongmu-Noumey from Ashmore Park and a group of other tenants and residents from across England attended the formal opening of the ‘Ordinary People: Extraordinary Lives’ photography exhibition at the Palace of Westminster.

Hosted by Lady Victoria Borwick, the National Federation of ALMOs (NFA) exhibition celebrates the...

For Older Person's Day 2016 Wolverhampton Homes Tenants held a 1940s themed afternoon at Swanmore Community Centre on Friday 7th October 2016 opened by Councillor Sandra Samuels.

Residents had afternoon tea whilst listening to our 1940 singer who was also a tenant. There was a reminiscence session where tenants talked about their...

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We have been shortlisted for three awards from the national housing magazine 24Housing.

The categories we are in the running for are Best Apprenticeship Scheme, Care and Support Provider of the Year and Chief Executive of the Year.

The 24housing Awards were founded in 2013 and aim to celebrate the very best that the housing sector has...

We have pledged our support towards making Wolverhampton a City of Sanctuary.


At the City of Sanctuary Stakeholder meeting held on Thursday 22nd September in the Council Chamber, Civic Centre. Local organisations and individuals came together in the Council Chamber to pledge their support to make Wolverhampton a City of Sanctuary for...

 

The first tenants have moved into homes built as part of a £1.7 million City of Wolverhampton Council pilot project to deliver newbuild council housing on four small derelict sites across the city.

The works were carried out by the council’s Strategic Construction Partnership (SCP) contractors, - Wates Living Space...

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Due to unforeseen circumstances we have closed our Low Hill one stop shop and it will stay closed until further notice.

But don't worry, it's easy to get in touch with us:

To report repairs:

To make a payment:

If you need to...

Our fantastic tenants and staff have been hard at work together over the past few months raising money to support the Dementia Ward at New Cross Hospital.   

The Dementia Ward is self funded, so staff and patients there rely on the donations they recieve.

Marlene Lambeth, a tenant from low hill, has workd for a long time to...

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