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Donna works in Homes Direct, our contact centre here at Wolverhampton Homes. Donna came to us through our LEAP programme. We caught up with her recently to ask her about her experience. 

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We have been awarded £2,898.50 to support the work Alvina Ali, our Energy and Climate Change Officer, does to help people living in fuel poverty.

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Volunteers have transformed an overgrown field behind the Big Venture Centre in The Scotlands, into a beautiful garden for local residents.

The project was part of Wates Group's Reshaping Tomorrow programme and BBC WM's Make a Difference campaign. We joined in, along with local businesses, to donate time and resources to create...

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At last night’s Direct Works Forum awards, Chen Thompson was named as Best Apprentice and also won the Chair's Choice award.

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Millions of people experience domestic abuse every year and two women are killed by their partner or ex-partner every week. Housing organisations house and employ millions of people across the UK and that means we house and employ many thousands of people affected by domestic abuse.

Last night, 31st May 2018, the Chair of our Proud To Be Me network attended Stonewall's Midlands Workplace Equality Awards in Birmingham.

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A road will be named after popular Ashmore Park shopkeeper, Raj Kumar, who died last year.

We were delighted to tell you earlier this month that we had been shortlisted in the 24Housing Diversity in Housing Awards. We were shortlisted for four awards in total:

Roger from East Park is just one of the many tenants who has benefitted from our Click Start programme. We could sing its praises all day long, but we thought we'd let Roger tell you in his own words...

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City of Wolverhampton Council has gone out to tender to find the developers for a £4 million contract for the fourth phase of its newbuild council housing programme for small derelict site.

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