Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) hosted its 2017 AGM showcase on Thursday, 14th September.

With the theme Making Every Contact Count, Chief Executive Karen Armitage outlined how SARH is embracing new ways to communicate with customers.

SARH also celebrated the achievements of its customers and staff over the past year with the Good Neighbour Award, Apprentice of the Year Award and Ambassador of the Year award.

Making Every Contact Count

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Whether it’s organising days out, looking after a neighbour’s pet or helping to keep the community where she lives tidy, nothing is too much trouble for Sue Bowler, winner of this year’s Good Neighbour Award. Read the full story.

Learn more about the Good Neighbour Award.

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An unexpected turn of events at demonstrates how we are Making Every Contact Count

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Carl Wallace was named SARH Ambassador of the Year.

Creating Great Places to Live, Work and Grow

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Kayleigh Cooper was presented with the SARH Apprentice of the Year award, whilst Adela Gilmour was runner-up.
All SARH apprentices received a special 'Star Award' for the contributions to the company over the last 12 months.

Learn more about SARH apprenticeship opportunities.

“From dealing with initial applications for housing to responding to requests for repairs, the 'Making Every Contact Count' approach embraces the latest technology and has been developed in response to feedback from customers.”

Karen Armitage, Chief Executive, SARH

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