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17Jun

Taw Wharf Update

The anticipated launch of our first Anchorwood development show home was opened last month. The success we’ve seen since for the development has been phenomenal and it’s fantastic to see how well received the development has been in the local community. For those that don’t know, Taw Wharf is…

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10Jun

Tragic Update

It is with great regret and sadness that we report that our Head of Neighbourhoods Miles Sellick passed away very suddenly and unexpectedly from a suspected heart attack yesterday (9th June 2019). Our thoughts, condolences and support are with the family, many friends and colleagues at this very…

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03Jun

Why I love to volunteer?

Monday 3rd June sees the start of National Volunteer Week. A week created to praise the thousands of people who give up their free time every week to a charity in need.  As well as wanting to thank our own volunteers we also want to praise our team who as well as working for NDH also help a number…

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17May

National Hoarding Awareness Week

This week is UK National Hoarding Awareness Week. A week of awareness (originally started by the Chief Fire Officers Association and launched by Parliament) it gives us the chance to make the Hoarding Disorder more well known and understood within our communities.  Commonly mistaken as a disorder…

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16May

The importance of sleep to your Mental Health

In numerous studies done over the past few years it’s been proven that the less sleep you get can have an impact on your mental health, also in the same way that too much sleep can have a similar effect. The lack of sleep can affect your concentration, increase your worries and therefore have an…

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12May

An interview with Andie Scilly

What is your job title and what does that mean? I am a Lead Youth Worker for the North Devon Youth Service working as part of the Community Involvement Team. This youth service is a unique and special service for young people and is an important strand of our offer as a Community Landlord. What…

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12May

An interview with Leigh Gadson

What is your job title and what does that mean? I’m a Youth Support Worker and I work on the Youth and Community Team. I work with young people, running our youth clubs, preparing activities and deal with support issues as they arise with the young people. What does your day to day role look like…

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12May

An interview with Lindsey Meeks

What is your job title and what does that mean? My job title is Youth Support Worker, which means I work on our Youth Team supporting the young people in our homes in a variety of ways. What does your day to day role look like? Every day is different! As much as you try to plan your day things…

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04Apr

Great British Spring Clean – how to tidy up your areas

As you may be aware this month (22nd March to 23rd April) is Great British Spring Clean set up by Keep Britain Tidy. To celebrate we’re encouraging our customers, suppliers, staff members and neighbours to all spend a little time tidying up their local areas.  It doesn’t have to be big changes.…

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01Apr

Celebrating ten years of our Customer Care Team

Today, 1st April 2019 marks the 10 year anniversary of the set up of our Customer Care Team. Back in 2009 the team was created to help streamline our processes between team to team. Before that we publicised various phone numbers depending on the reason for you call, which was confusing for…

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