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A special party organised as part of an award-winning community project managed by Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) has helped customers banish the winter blues.
SARH has joined the UK’s leading mutual exchange service, HomeSwapper.
A Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) customer determined to make a positive difference to the lives of older people has been shortlisted for a national award.
Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) has welcomed the latest cohort to its successful apprenticeship programme.
Over the past few years the housing association has taken on almost 40 apprentices and almost all have found jobs with SARH or other local organisations or businesses after passing their NVQs.
A special ribbon cutting and tree planting ceremony has marked the official completion of a project that’s transformed the Holmcroft area of Stafford with the construction of 40 new homes.
Welcome to the Autumn/Winter edition of Stafford and Rural Homes Customer Magazine. Download: Opening Doors – Autumn/Winter 2019
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A Stafford-based community group has been celebrating acts of kindness from family, friends and strangers with the help of the area’s leading provider of affordable homes.
In the run up to World Kindness Day (Wednesday, November 13), members of WhYCH met at the Round House community venue to talk about what it means to be kind and to share their experiences.
Caring for elderly neighbours who need a little extra help around the home has earned Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) customer Avis Williams a special award from the housing association.
From dropping in to check on the wellbeing of other customers living in a Stafford Independent Living Scheme, to bringing them meals and taking them to appointments, nothing is too much trouble for the winner of this year’s SARH Good Neighbour Award.
A special conference for customers of Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) has heard how SARH has led a fresh approach to tackle the challenges faced by local communities.
To celebrate, we are sharing the joint-winning entries to the SARH 2019 Poetry and Creative Arts Competition from Ronald Maxwell and Linda Horton. The theme this year was ‘There’s No Place Like Home’.
The 13-year history of Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) was celebrated last week during a memorable annual meeting staged as the organisation prepares for merger. Customers, stakeholders and staff past and present paid tribute to the organisation during an event that followed a ‘This is Your Life’ format hosted by the housing association’s own… Read more »
Creating a safe haven for newts, dragonflies and even a rare native reptile has earned a Stafford householder a prestigious award from the area’s leading provider of affordable places to live, Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH).
Nikki Candin from Doxey, Stafford, scooped top honours in the Best Wildlife or Eco Garden category in the housing association’s annual Garden Competition.
This year’s ‘Full of Life’ Customer Conference is fast approaching on 24th September. Organised to celebrate International Older Person’s Day, the event will feature singer Tony Wall as well as invited speakers
On two of the hottest days on record, the judges braved the sun and visited the gardens of talented SARH customers. The green-fingered customers were recognised for their talents at SARH head office last week, with CEO Karen Armitage presenting awards in categories including Best Lawn, Best Newcomer and Best Communal Gardener. The award of… Read more »
“New group will make a significant difference to the lives of people and communities.”
A new housing development by Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) has been named after a Victorian-era headmaster by youngsters at a school that also bears his name.
Stafford and Rural Homes customers are being encouraged to get out into their gardens and green spaces and enjoy the good spell of weather we are having.
Employees at Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) have been taking the opportunity to check their health and discover new ways to improve their lifestyle during a special event at the housing association’s headquarters in Parker Court, Stafford. During the ‘Ready, Steady, Fit’ session they also competed in a hand-eye coordination challenge alongside a health ‘MOT’… Read more »