A cake decorating event in Stafford proved an ideal opportunity for older members of the local community to make new friends and enjoy a sweet treat to celebrate International Older People’s Day. Held at St Georges Road Independent Living Scheme, the event was one of a series of activities organised by Stafford and Rural Homes… Read more »
In the summer of 2018, we let you know that Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) was considering converting to become a Community Benefit Society (CBS). The results of the consultation during July and August demonstrated clear-cut and widespread support for the conversion to proceed. This process is now complete and SARH is officially a ‘Registered… Read more »
A touch of Hollywood magic has helped a Stafford-based housing association to reinforce the messages that ‘There’s No Place Like Home.
Welcome to the Spring/Summer edition of Stafford and Rural Homes Customer Magazine.
Health and Safety consultant Lisa McCaulder has been named a ‘Guardian Angel’ for her work with Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH).
The efforts of two young people to help others and improve the environment have been recognised by Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH).
The Chief Executive of Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) has been presented with a prestigious industry award for her commitment to developing the skills of fellow housing professionals.
Employees at Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) have served up more than 100 cream teas to colleagues in an effort to support vulnerable members of the local community.
Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) has unveiled ambitious plans to build new bungalows in a Staffordshire village to meet local housing needs.
Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) has played a leading role in a new film that aims to highlight how housing associations are delivering solutions to the nation’s housing crisis.
As the UK celebrates Rural Housing Week, a Staffordshire couple are preparing to move into their first home together with the help of the area’s leading provider of affordable homes for rent and shared ownership.
An award-winning provider of affordable homes that’s also one of the country’s top employers has been sharing its experience of successfully creating great places to live, work and grow.
Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) is set for a major award from an organisation at the forefront of promoting health and safety.
A Community Benefit Society (CBS) enables housing associations to simplify the way they are run and to provide even better value for money. SARH is planning to become a CBS, in line with many other housing associations across the country.
Carers Week, beginning on Monday, June 11, this year, gives us an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the invaluable contribution that carers make to families and communities everywhere.
A valuable community resource has been given a new lease of life as part of a successful regeneration project led by Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH).
If you are a Self Employed Painter, Plumber, Kitchen Fitter, Bathroom Fitter, Electrician, Tiler, Floor Fitter, Central Heating Engineer, Plasterer, or Multi-skilled Builder, we want to meet you!
Life-saving medical equipment is just minutes away for anyone who suffers a cardiac arrest whilst visiting a Stafford business estate thanks to the area’s leading provider of affordable homes, Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH).
A Stafford couple have received a very special invitation in recognition of their efforts to raise money for charity whilst helping to build a strong sense of community at the Independent Living scheme where they’ve lived for the past decade.
An ambitious project, led by Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH), has scooped a prestigious award after helping to tackle loneliness in local communities.
Garden projects that will provide a haven for wildlife and healthy food have been given a £1000 boost.
Stafford’s leading provider of affordable homes Stafford and Rural Homes, (SARH) has been named as the UK’s best housing association to work for in a prestigious list of the top not-for-profit companies.
Local residents and children from a nearby school have been amongst the first to see the progress on an ambitious scheme to transform the Holmcroft area of Stafford.
Severe weather advice – Due to the bad weather, please be advised that SARH is experiencing high levels of calls.
Youngsters at a Stafford nursery are one step closer to funding new outdoor play equipment thanks to the efforts of Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) customers.
This week has seen Stafford and Rural Homes placed second overall in a prestigious list of the nation’s top 100 Not for Profit companies to work for, ahead of some of the biggest names in the not-for-profit sector.
Jeremy Lefroy MP and Karen Armitage, the Chief Executive of Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) were amongst special guests at a party to celebrate the success of a project that’s combatting loneliness in Stafford and surrounding areas.
A project aimed at combatting loneliness has helped to give Staffordshire residents a whole new outlook on life.
Local food banks have received a massive boost thanks to the efforts of staff at Stafford’s leading provider of affordable homes, Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH).
Your Voice Matters – submit your views as part of an extensive survey on tenants’ experience of living in social housing.
Welcome to the Spring/Summer edition of Stafford and Rural Homes Customer Magazine. Download: Opening Doors – Spring/Summer 2017
Welcome to the Spring/Summer edition of Stafford and Rural Homes Customer Magazine. Download: Opening Doors – Spring/Summer 2016
Winners of the annual Christmas Decorations Competition announced.
Rene celebrates her 100th birthday in style with family, friends and neighbours.
Important information about SARH opening hours over the Christmas period.
Please note that SARH Head Office will be closed from 2pm on Wednesday 20th December.
Free ‘Digital Drop In’ session provides support and advice for SARH customers
Event organised by SARH Independent Living customers raises money for Katharine House Hospice.
40 new affordable homes to be built in Stafford.
Column by Karen Armitage, SARH Chief Executive