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Just Rewards scheme launches

Great news for customers as Weaver Vale launches Just Rewards - a monthly big-prize draw which is our way of saying Thank You for your loyalty

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Meet our volunteers - Glenn King

Weaver Vale relies on customers like you to help us make decisions, deliver great services and continue to transform neighbourhoods. Each month we will feature the stories of some of those volunteers. This month it's Glenn King - Chair of the Tenants Consultative Committee (TCC)

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Search for best customer gardens

Weaver Vale Housing Trust is offering prizes to customers who have the loveliest gardens.

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Working with partners to improve neighbourhoods

Find out how we joined up with Cheshire West and Chester Council, Northwich town Council and others to make a difference in Castle, Northwich

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Money Matters helped me, they can help you

When one of our customers couldn't work because of disability she drifted into poverty and despair. With the help of our Money Matters team she manged to get her life back

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Kids go crazy for science

A free fun day at the GGO (Greenfields, Glebe and Over) hub saw local children entertained and educated by “Mad Scientist” Molecular Marty before spending the afternoon building robots out of recycled rubbish.

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Updated statement - Mrs Appleton

Weaver Vale Housing Trust has been in conversation with Mrs Appleton after making an offer which could see her return to her home 

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Trust responds to coverage of Appleton Family eviction

On Wednesday March 23, Weaver Vale Housing Trust evicted the Appleton family from their former Northwich home after spending three years offering help and support which was all refused. The action was taken purely to avoid loss of life and injury to the family, neighbours and firefighters and is fully supported by Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service. Following representations of our actions in the media and social media we have issued the following statement

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Steve's Blog

Our Chief Executive shares his latest news

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A Trust Hat Trick

I wanted to bring you up to date with some of the great news we have had over the last few weeks, showing us that we’re doing an excellent job for our customersThis together with our news from Best Companies makes for a great combination.

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Impact of the 1% Rent Reduction on the Trust

In the summer edition of Your Home (our newsletter for our customers) I explained that a good deal of my time over the summer, would be spent assessing the impact of the Governments announcement to reduce all housing association rents by 1% for each of the next four years.

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Summer is coming... it's CRETE

We’ve now entered the 2nd phase of our Corporate Plan, leading to the achievement of our 2020 Vision. This Phase, along with a changing and challenging sector and operating environment has brought about some new key issues for us. We continue to strive to achieve our 9 strategies, but we recognise that these new issues also need to be addressed… and if you know Weaver Vale, you know we like an acronym, hence CRETE!

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Steve's Blog May 2015

As I write this blog the general election is less than a week away. For the first time in a long time the subject of Housing has emerged as a key election issue. This ranges from concerns about the ability to afford a home of your home, the bedroom tax, increasing the supply of new housing, through to a proposal to extend the right to buy to housing association tenants.

It is difficult to predict the outcome of the election, although everyone is predicting that no one party will have overall control. A number of commentators are also predicting a coalition of more than 2 parties. If this comes to pass then we will be entering a new political landscape for the UK. This will no doubt bring a period of uncertainty.

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Our Housing Heroes

I am absolutely delighted and chuffed  that we have been shortlisted in four categories in this years Housing Heroes awards. These national awards are run by the Chartered Institute of Housing and celebrate the achievements of individuals and teams within our sector.

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