A group of former homeless young people who are re-building their lives at a Supported Living Scheme in Llandudno, took part in a kart racing challenge recently, thanks to the Outdoor Tourism Initiative run by Conwy County Borough Council.
A Care Manager from Ruthin is set to run the Manchester Marathon next weekend (April 28) to raise money supporting families with seriously ill children at Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool.
A bench has been unveiled at a Sheltered Housing Scheme for Older people in Ruthin, in memory of a former Chairman of the Residents Association following a kind donation from his estate.
Local school children are taking a pride in their community by writing poems and creating posters that will be turned into colourful hoardings while development work takes part in The Dingle area of Colwyn Bay.
A community barbecue is to be held at a Sheltered Housing Scheme for older people in Ruthin over the summer thanks to support from the North Wales Police and Community Trust (PACT) and the local Tesco store.
Rhoddwyd digwyddiad sy’n cefnogi pobl ifanc o bob rhan o Ogledd Cymru sydd wedi profi digartrefedd, ar restr fer am wobr genedlaethol sy’n cydnabod cyfraniad y preswylwyr eu hunain wrth drefnu gweithgareddau ar gyfer y diwrnod.
Two students from the Level 2 Business Administration with ICT Skills course at Deeside College jumped at the chance to experience life working in the Pennaf Housing Group offices in St Asaph. Jess Evans and Chelsi Paterson were able to develop new skills and improve their communication skills whilst on work experience.
Residents of all ages from Lon yr Orsaf joined the Big Clean-up event organised by Mold Town Council recently when they took to the streets for a litter-pick. Louise Blackwell, Community Development Officer for Clwyd Alyn Housing Association is pictured with young residents who took part, Janae Jones, Layla Goodwin, Aidan Brody-Jones, Jack Evans and James Edwards.
Clwyd Alyn Housing Association who manage more than 5,000 homes across North and Mid Wales have been shortlisted for a national award recognising ‘Landlord Excellence’
A Kinmel Bay resident who has championed the need for ‘suitable, safe and secure housing’ across North and Mid Wales has been shortlisted for the ‘Outstanding Achievement Award by TPAS Cymru, the organisation that works with residents and social housing providers in Wales to promote tenant participation and involvements.
A Community Computer Project in Oldford has secured Lottery funding to help residents of all ages access support helping them to make the most of new digital technology.
The Warden of a local sheltered housing scheme for older people has been shortlisted as ‘Inspirational Colleague of the Year’ by organisers of a national awards event.
Staff from a web-based financial comparison firm are to take on a shopping challenge to help clients of the Tŷ Nos night shelter in Wrexham.
The new manager of Hafan Gwydir Extra Care Scheme in Llanrwst, is returning to his Welsh roots while helping older people to live life to the full.
Members of the Press/Media are welcome to join the residents and friends of Pentre Mawr Sheltered Housing Scheme for Older People on any of their regular Friday afternoon visits to Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan in Abergele when they join pupils for the ‘Paired Reading Project’
Tenant Jacqueline Hennigan, right, is pictured outside her home in Llys Esgob Morgan, St Asaph with Clwyd Alyn Housing Association Housing Officer Rebecca Halton, welcoming her back home after her ground floor flat needed complete refurbishment following the floods last November.
Tenants who live at the Hafan Gwydir in Llanrwst will be celebrating their independent lifestyles creatively next month as they take part in a national arts festival for older people in Wales.
A national award recognising landlord excellence in providing services will be made next month in memory of a Mochdre man who championed resident involvement in social housing.
The ‘Sure Group’ who help maintain homes across the region have donated two £50 ASDA vouchers as raffle prizes to this year’s annual ResFest event in Wrexham where young people from across North Wales who have experienced homelessness, get together and showcase their talents and achievements.
Residents from the Pentre Mawr Sheltered Housing Scheme for Older People in Abergele, have teamed up with members of Llandudno Junction Merched Y Wawr, to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support by knitting chickens and filling them with cream eggs.
A night shelter for rough sleepers in Wrexham is to receive a selection of books as part of World Book Night next month (April).
There will be bargains galore at the Llys Marchan residential home, in Mwrog Street Ruthin on Saturday (March 30) , thanks to a Car Boot Sale planned between 9 am and 12 noon.
A group of tenants whose homes were devastated in the St Asaph floods last year are getting ready to move back into their renovated homes over Easter.
Plots are available on the Garden City Community Allotment site in Deeside for local people who want to grow their own fruit and veg.
Staff from the Pennaf Housing Group, which includes Clwyd Alyn Housing Association, raised £200 for Comic Relief on Friday by holding raffles and a cake sale, as well as taking part in a ‘Dress down or Dress 80s’ event, at the Pennaf Head Office on the St Asaph Business Park.
Contracts have just been awarded for two separate schemes to transform houses in the heart of Rhyl, representing an additional investment of almost £1m.
The manager of a new Extra Care scheme in Llandudno said this week that the development provides a superb new housing option for older people in Conwy county who want to maintain their own independence at the same time as planning for future care needs.
Dave Lewis, from Colwyn Bay, joined Clwyd Alyn Housing Association in 1991 as an apprentice plumber after leaving school with just one O-Level in art and a ‘YTS’ work experience placement certificate.
A Heating and Plumbing Engineer from Rhyl who says that his apprenticeship training gave him life skills as well as a profession, is now helping to promote National Apprenticeship Week in Wales.
Apprentices past and present, working with the Pennaf Housing Group, based on St Asaph Business Park, are supporting National Apprenticeship week by sharing their experiences and encouraging others to consider work-placed learning initiatives.
When Lucy Knight first thought of becoming an apprentice two years ago, she was studying Business Administration at Deeside College.
A special presentation evening is to take place in Flint next month to recognise the hard work and commitment of people from across North Wales who have previously been homeless.
A purpose-built residential and nursing home in Colwyn Bay has been awarded the top ‘Five Star – Very Good’ rating for hygiene in its kitchen for the second year running.
Residents at a Supported Living Centre for homeless young people in Wrexham are looking forward to growing their own fruit and veg thanks to the support of two voluntary groups.
A new development of affordable homes in Llanddulas will be ready for local people to move in to this summer.
The Pennaf Housing Group will host a special St David’s Day celebration for staff at their head office on the St Asaph Business Park where they will celebrate the achievements of Welsh Learners and support others interested in learning and using the language.
International sports stars have donated items to support an event where young people from across North Wales who have experienced homelessness, can get together and showcase their talents and achievements.
Residents from the Llys Erw Sheltered Housing Scheme in Ruthin are organising an afternoon tea on St David’s Day to raise money for the environmental charity Keep Wales Tidy.
An estate of new affordable homes for local people in Gwernaffield near Mold has won a County-wide award for ‘Buildings Excellence’ and has now been short-listed for a further North Wales award.
The team behind a new estate of affordable homes for local people in Rhuddlan were given the opportunity of viewing the houses this week before the new tenants move in.
There was a warm welcome in the Conwy Valley when a group of 20 residents from sheltered housing schemes for older people enjoyed a coach trip to discover more about the independence and support offered at Extra Care Schemes.
A new Extra Care scheme which will include 46 high quality self-contained apartments, allowing older people to live independently in Llandudno, has received a great response with more than 100 people already registering an interest in moving to the scheme when it opens later this year.
Staff working at the Pennaf Housing Group head office on the St Asaph Business Park raised £43 for the British Heart Foundation by taking part in their ‘Rock up in Red Day’ recently, opting to wear red and raise awareness of heart-related healthy lifestyle options.
A Sheltered Housing Scheme for older people in Ruthin is hoping that local people might have spare ceramic tiles, hardboard, varnish, glue or cutters left over from DIY projects to donate for mosaic artwork that residents hope to design.
Llandudno Town Council has awarded a grant of £500 to Isallt, a Supported Living Scheme in Llandudno for homeless young people in Conwy county. The money has been award to the Residents’ Comfort Scheme specifically to help with the cost of travel to college or interviews and resources to support them in work or training.
Multi-agency partnership working has helped give a local disabled man a new start in life.
A Project Worker who supports homeless young people in Wrexham has been named as ‘Inspirational Colleague of the Year’ by an all Wales organisation promoting independent living among vulnerable members of the community.
Christmas carols spanned the generations at Pentre Mawr in Abergele this week when pupils from Ysgol Glan Gele Choir entertained residents.
A web-based finance comparison site has brought some toy joy to a Flintshire Scheme for homeless families.
Residents from a group of Sheltered Housing Schemes for older people joined with young people from Colwyn Bay, Rhyl and Llandudno for a special intergenerational Christmas party on Friday.
Cynhyrchwyd taflen yn llawn o wybodaeth hanfodol i helpu pobl ddigartref yn Wrecsam i gael mynediad at wasanaethau hanfodol i’w cadw yn ddiogel.
Residents living in the Halkyn Road area of Flint have helped to create new wildlife havens in the Greenfield Valley Heritage Park recently.
The first phase of an estate of new homes for local people has been completed in Treuddyn, Flintshire, with the properties being ready for new residents to settle into before Christmas.
A Team of Young People who have themselves overcome many difficulties were shortlisted as finalists as local Community Champions at a recent award ceremony.
A web-based finance comparison site is on a mission to buy toys this weekend as part of a staff challenge supporting a Flintshire Scheme for homeless families.
A Wrexham based computer firm has donated a new colour printer for the IT suite at Plas Telford, a scheme for the over 55s in Plas Telford.
Mrs Joan Houlston a resident at Pentre Mawr, Clwyd Alyn Housing Association’s Sheltered Housing Scheme in Abergele, is pictured with Tesco Community Champion Mrs Jan Gardner and the ‘Gran and Granddad’ she knitted to help raise funds for Cancer UK. Contributions from Pentre Mawr have helped Tesco to raise £3,500 for the Charity.
A pioneering reading project got underway last week when residents and friends from the Pentre Mawr Sheltered Housing Scheme in Abergele visited Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan to receive their new ‘Kindles’ and meet up with the students who will be helping them to enter the world of the e-reading.
Nimble-fingered needlecraft enthusiasts at a Supported Living Scheme for former homeless young people have brightened up their home thanks to an innovative ‘Stitch and Weave’ project.
A Shotton war veteran who served in both North Africa and Europe during the Second World War celebrated his 100th birthday this week with a poignant reminder of his own father’s experiences in the First World War.
Mr Tom Henry, who is known as Tim, is pictured at his 103rd birthday party celebration last Monday (November 5) at the Pentre Mawr Sheltered Housing Scheme, Abergele where he lives.
A local Social Housing Association has purchased the Old Court House in the centre of Flint to host social enterprise, Us Unltd. The enterprise will deliver a food centre, which will include a cafe and catering business as well as a learning centre on the first floor.
A Senior Project Officer who supports homeless young people in Rhyl has been nominated for a national award celebrating the fact that she is an inspiration to those around her.
A Project Worker who supports homeless young people in Wrexham has been nominated for a national award celebrating the fact that he is an inspiration to those around him.
Mae prosiect celf gan blant ysgolion lleol i ddod ag ychydig o liw i eiddo sydd wedi ei fyrddio yn ardal adfywio Gorllewin y Rhyl, wedi cael ei enwebu am wobr Tai Cymru genedlaethol.
A local Housing Association’s commitment to helping rough sleepers in the area has been nominated for a national Wales Housing Award.
A Housing Association which has developed its own training programme for Supported Living Residents across North Wales, has gained recognition and approval from Agored, the national body that benchmarks all learning credits and qualifications in Wales.
A free Hallowe’en party for children in the Halkyn Road area of Flint was a great success last week, giving the chance for children to stay safe and enjoy some seasonal spooky fun while the adults were also able to access information about local services and issues affecting them.
A group of former homeless young people in Flintshire are proving that it’s cool to stay warm by knitting hats to help others over winter.
A Care Practitioner from Colwyn Bay has been given a special award by her employers after colleagues and residents where she works praised her help and support for others.
Residents from the Llys Erw Sheltered Housing Scheme in Ruthin are one of over 190 applicants from across Wales who have been successful in applying for free gardening vouchers as part of Keep Wales Tidy’s ‘Have a Wild Weekend for Wales’ campaign.
Residents living in the Halkyn Road area of Flint are one of over 190 applicants from across Wales who have been awarded free Homebase vouchers as part of Keep Wales Tidy’s ‘Have a Wild Weekend for Wales’ campaign.
When Karen Ensall-Davies, a Relief Project Worker and Care Practitioner, who works with homeless young people in Rhyl, visited the US in last month she did more than visit the usual tourist locations – she stopped off to find out about schemes supporting homeless people there and discovered many towns also had their own version of ‘The Big Issue.’
Energy providers ScottishPower have been barking up the right tree as far as a group of former homeless young people in Wrexham are concerned.
A laundry assistant at a local residential home has been presented with a special award by her employers who wanted to recognise her commitment and hard work in community fund raising activities.
Three local housing association staff have cycled from London to Paris as part of a group who have raised funds for Homeless International.
A Ruthin Care Practitioner’s dedication to treating each resident as a valued individual has gained her a special award from her employers.
Two staff from a Wrexham Care Home have been presented with special awards by their employers for being a shining example to others where they work.
A Senior Care Practitioner from Ruthin has been given a special award by her employers after residents at the home where she works praised her for being a friend they could trust as well as for dedicated member of the team.
A group of former homeless young people in Flintshire have launched an Online Social Media website to help others who face similar experiences.
A senior Project Officer who works with homeless young people in Rhyl has been named as ‘Efficiency Champion of the Year’ by his employers after he led the way in recycling and sharing lifts with colleagues.
A Project Worker who supports homeless young people in Wrexham has been named as ‘Community Champion of the Year’ by his employers who have paid tribute to his hard work and enthusiasm in helping others.
Staff and friends from Wrexham’s Tŷ Nos night shelter raised £1500 to support their clients with a sponsored sleep-out event in Flintshire recently.
A Denbigh resident has just received a brand new kitchen, the first to be fitted by PenAlyn, a new maintenance company set up to look after homes owned by Clwyd Alyn Housing Association.
A Community Development Officer who works with groups across North and Mid Wales has been named as ‘Inspirational Colleague’ by her employers following high praise from colleagues who nominated her for the award.
Plans to transform a pub and former café in the West End of Rhyl into new family homes, will ensure the historic frontage of the property will be retained.
Buckley residents came together last week for a cuppa and a cake to raise £189 for The Big Coffee Morning event in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
A team of Support Officers from a Housing Association who operate across North and Mid Wales have been officially recognised for the high professional standard of advice they provide to clients.
Residents at a sheltered housing scheme for older people in Abergele are celebrating after being awarded a year’s free internet connection through BT Community Connections.
£371.00 was raised at Llys Erw, a Sheltered Housing Scheme managed Clwyd Alyn Housing Association in Ruthin recently when they organised an event as part of Macmillian Cancer Support’s ‘Biggest Coffee Morning in the World’.
The project partners behind a new estate of 21 homes for local people in Llanddulas visited the site last Friday (October 12) and added a brick into the walls as the new properties rise up from the ground.
Residents in Belgrano took a walk on the wild-side recently when they got together to clean up an area around the estate.
Housing Group staff across North and Mid Wales have stepped up to a healthy challenge by completing an 11 week competition encouraging them to get active.
Former homeless young people have been working with an urban artist to transform the Supported Living Scheme in Rhyl where they now live.
Young people living at a Supported Living Scheme for former homeless people in Rhyl are able to paint a brighter future for themselves thanks to some painting and decorating equipment donated by Clwyd Alyn Housing Association which manages the scheme.
A team of volunteers from a local supported living scheme for homeless young people are all set to help maintain a community garden, thanks to a grant enabling them to buy tools and equipment.
Residents and staff at a local Supported Living Scheme for homeless young people will be making a splash for charity at the weekend when they hold a sponsored swim to help improves the lives of others in developing countries.
Residents of all ages joined a band of volunteers for a two-day community garden challenge in Garden City recently.
Residents from two supported living schemes for homeless young people rolled up their sleeves for a painting party to help transform a former public toilet building in Colwyn Bay into a Community Café recently.
Residents and staff from a supported living scheme for homeless young people were among a team of volunteers who joined together for a Community Clean up in Flint recently as part of Tidy Wales Week 2012
A Consortium of local Housing Associations and Local Authorities across North Wales have successfully worked together in partnership with Asset Skills, arranging for a new Housing Apprenticeship Scheme to be made available across North Wales for at least 10 people, providing on-the-job experience along with formal college training for newcomers to the sector.
Nimble-fingered needlecraft enthusiasts at a Supported Living Scheme for former homeless young people are to brighten up their home thanks to an innovate ‘Stitch and Weave’ project.
A new £9.7 million housing scheme in Wrexham that allows older people to live independent lives has been officially opened by the First Minister Carwyn Jones today (Mon 10th Sept).
Residents of all ages were joined by volunteers from two Flintshire Supported Living Schemes for homeless young people for a Community Action day in Garden City last Wednesday.
A pioneering reading project linking school students with residents at a sheltered housing scheme for older people in Abergele has been awarded funding from The Big Lottery Fund.
A road safety initiative organised by residents in Rosehill, Wrexham has been praised as a potential life-saver by the area Housing Officer
Residents living in the Maes yr Odyn area of Holywell organised a community clean up event last week.
There has been a great response to a new free support service set up in Denbighshire to help people who rent a room in a shared house.
A new free support service set up in Denbighshire to help people who rent a room in a shared house has received a positive response from people who are facing difficulties with their accommodation following the introduction of the welfare reforms.
Former homeless young people from Flintshire are among the budding soccer stars taking part in the first ‘Street Football’ tournament in North Wales next month.
Residents and staff from a local housing association salvaged thousands of pounds worth of tents, sleeping bags and other items when they went on an official clean-up raid after the Leeds Music Festival over the bank holiday weekend.
Residents living in Y Gorlan, Rhyl added a splash of colour to the area on Friday when they hosted a community day to create hanging baskets and tidy up gardens in the area.
Residents from Pentre Mawr, a Sheltered Housing Home for Older People managed by Clwyd Alyn Housing Association in Abegele enjoyed an afternoon out at Llaeth Y Llan Dairy, Llanefydd, Denbighshire recently.
Staff at a local Care and Repair agency have been celebrating their successes recently as they received certificates for successfully passing a range of professional training and qualifications.
Residents in the Dovey Close and Elwy Crescent area of Flint held their own impromptu community event in August which proved to be a great success with young and old alike.
Residents living in the centre of Rhyl have been working with local housing providers and community groups to make the area a safer place to live.
Residents living in the Maes yr Odyn area of Holywell are getting together and building a sense of pride in the place they live by organising a community clean up event in the nearby park.
Residents and staff at a centre supporting homeless people in Wrexham were so moved when they heard of the plight of a social worker whose baby tragically died shortly after birth, that they arranged a number of fund-raising events to support a campaign raising awareness of the condition involved.
Residents in the Halkyn Road and Dovey Close areas of Flint have been out in force over the holidays taking part in a Community Clean up Action Day.
It was a case of snakes and ladders with a difference at the Community Fun Day in Maesgwyn, Wrexham, recently when the snake in question was a six foot long python.
A fun day festival will be held on Bodafon Fields in Llandudno on August 25 with family fun during the day and live bands, DJs and comedy acts keeping the entertainment going until midnight.
Work has started on a £9 million Extra Care Scheme and Multi-Agency Health & Social Care Centre at Ffordd-yr-Orsedd, Llandudno.
Residents in Rosehill, Wrexham are to highlight concerns about road safety issues by hosting a community day later this month when two new warning signs will be installed.
Residents in the Halkyn Road and Dovey Close area of Flint will be in force next week taking part in a Community Clean up Action Day.
If you fancy a break from the festivities at Abergele Carnival on August 11 then why not call in to Pentre Mawr where a coffee morning will be held between 11.30 am and 2 pm.
The Commissioner for Older People in Wales, Sarah Rochira, visited Plas Telford Extra Care Scheme in Wrexham recently as part of her pledge to see first hand the range of services provided for Older People across the region.
Deputy Skills Minister, Jeff Cuthbert, is due to visit the Pennaf Housing Group Head Office in St Asaph on Wednesday (August 1) to learn more about their pledge to invest in apprenticeships and training opportunities over the next five years.
The team behind a £9 million Extra Care Scheme and Multi-Agency Health & Social Care Centre at Ffordd-yr-Orsedd, Llandudno, will attend a special event to mark the start of construction work on these pioneering new housing, health and social care facilities on Tuesday, 31 July.
A new purpose built surgery for Llanrwst GP’s was completed at Hafan Gwydir in Llanrwst last week providing state of the art facilities next to the Canalfon Crwst integrated health and social care centre developed on the site.
A new purpose built surgery for Llanrwst GPs is due to be completed at Hafan Gwydir in Llanrwst on Friday providing state of the art facilities next to the Canalfon Crwst integrated health and social care centre developed on the site.
The Commissioner for Older People in Wales, Sarah Rochira, is to visit Plas Telford Extra Care Scheme in Wrexham next week as part of her pledge to see first hand the range of services provided for Older People across the region.
A Rhyl teenager has been nominated for a national citizens’ award after his magnificent efforts dressed as a giant chicken helped to raise money so that a local child could have life-changing surgery.
The High Sheriff of Clwyd Mr Henry Dixon visited West Rhyl on Thursday to see how young artists are transforming properties in the town’s regeneration area.
The Chairman of a local housing association has highlighted commitment to quality and the involvement of residents themselves in shaping services in his annual report this week.
A supported living project for homeless families in Flintshire has got the go ahead for a new purpose-built Learning Zone, thanks to funding from the National Lottery.
It’s official! Rhyl is a great place to live! - At least according to local school children who have created a blaze of colour to brighten up streets in the West End of the town where a major regeneration scheme is underway.
Neighbours living on a small estate of bungalows in Treuddyn got together recently for a cream tea to celebrate 10 years of enjoying a great place to live.
Tenants living in Sheltered Housing Schemes in Rhos on Sea have praised the local community for the support and involvement of the many activities they organise throughout the year.
A team of young community litter-pickers in Mold were rewarded for their hard work with the chance to make some wild new creature friends recently.
A fund-raising car wash will be held at the Foyer in Crescent Road Wrexham on June 20 to raise money for the annual ResFest event – a day celebrating the achievements of young people who have experienced homelessness where they can also take part in activities and workshops to gain new skills.
Staff from the Pennaf Housing Group, which includes Clwyd Alyn Housing Association, spent a lunch break volunteering to pick up litter from the St Asaph Business Park, where the Group’s Head office is based, on Monday and collected several bagsful of discarded items from the surrounding countryside paths. Pictured (far right) with the Pennaf Litter-pick Team is Gareth Jones, Keep Wales Tidy Officer who assisted with the litter-pick.
It was eyes down and look in for an afternoon of fun at Plas Telford Extra Care in Wrexham recently thanks to a team of enthusiastic volunteers from a supported living scheme for homeless young people in the town.
There are likely to be many waggy tails as well as smiling faces at the Llys Eleanor Extra Care Scheme for older people in Shotton on Saturday when a fun dog show will be held as part of the annual Summer Fair.
A creative financial inclusion expert used music, drama, poetry and art recently to engage young and old alike in great money-saving ideas, thanks to a pioneering initiative by a local housing association working in partnership with Barnardos.
A mobile information service that brings a bus-load of help to residents in Rhyl has been welcomed by a local housing association.
Staff at a web-based price comparison site have organised a shopping challenge with a difference to help homeless people in Wrexham.
Officers and Senior Managers from Clwyd Alyn Housing Association will be out and about meeting with local residents over the summer months as they host ‘walkabout’ events on housing estates across the region.
The creation of a new green space in the heart of West Rhyl will take another step forward with the demolition of further properties in Abbey Street.
Celebrations spanned the generations at a sheltered housing scheme for older people in Rhos on Sea on Friday when groups from across the community got together to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee.
Staff from a housing organisation joined with volunteers from their partner organisations for an Olympic painting challenge recently brightening up the City Old Snooker Hall area in Sealand
The catering team who serve up tasty treats for the Llys Marchan Care Home in Ruthin has been awarded the top 5 star rating for food hygiene.
The catering team who serve up tasty treats at a community café as well as provide the main meal of the day for residents at Hafan Gwydir in Llanrwst have been awarded the top five star rating for their food hygiene standards.
A team of community litter-pickers will be sprucing up the area in which they live next week with the support of their landlords, Clwyd Alyn Housing Association.
Residents of Nant Mawr Court, a sheltered housing shceme for older people in Buckley have recently won two gardening awards from their landlord, Clwyd Alyn Housing Association.
Staff from the Pennaf Housing Group, joined with volunteers from their maintenance contractors to organise a garden make-over at a Wrexham housing scheme for older people last week as part of the Give and Gain initiative.
Community volunteers came together to clear, plant and tidy areas of the Dingle in Colwyn Bay last week as part of a Business in the Community Challenge coordinated by Clwyd Alyn Housing Association who are part of the Pennaf Housing Group.
A new purpose-built nursing home in Colwyn Bay has been awarded the top ‘Five Star – Very Good’ rating for hygiene in its kitchen.
Residents and staff at a special care home in Ruthin for adults with mental heath needs planted a plum tree at a birthday party to mark the 20th anniversary of the home last Friday.
An open afternoon is to be held at the Llys Eleanor Extra Care Scheme in Shotton next month for people interested in joining the team there providing relief cover for domestic and catering staff.
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