Being on the receiving end of a neighbour’s anti-social behaviour was what encouraged Glenn to get involved with Weaver Vale Housing Trust.
“I had experiences which made me think about other tenants out there and I wanted to be a voice for those people,” Glenn says. “Problems with ASB weren’t being addressed as vigorously as they are now and a lot of that is down to tenants being involved and pushing for change.”
Glenn, who lives in Winsford, has had a kaleidoscopic working life being involved in hotel and betting shop manangement, shipping, aviation and many other jobs in the service sector. In his spare time he writes about his life and the observations he has made
“All my work has been about helping people,” he says. “I get a lot of satisfaction from being able to be a voice for fellow tenants, raise their concerns and make sure our views are listened to.”
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