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Christian and his friends Gillian, Hazel, David and Robin remained living together with the help from GLH, Mencap and a developer.
Welcome to the summer issue of the easy read Voices Together. It brings our tenants’ news from across Golden Lane Housing and tenant involvement.
Parents explain the benefits of Cliona, Leanne, Christopher and Hugh moving into supported housing help of GLH and Mencap.
Together with Golden Lane Housing, Maria and Rachael designed their garden and selected pink as the colour theme for the plants.
As part of Learning Disability Week 2016, Golden Lane Housing arranged a meeting for our tenants in Rotherham. Andrew Locke, housing officer explains more about the event.
Dan, James and Aaz live together in a bungalow bought using 2013 bond monies. He shares his great experiences of being a Mencap Young Ambassador.
Andrew and Joel live in Essex. Chloe Dolce, scheme manager at Mencap explains how their friendship has developed.
Earlier this month, Barnsley’s mixed ability football team took part in their first tournament. Housing officer, Joe Boyd the team’s coach explains.
GLH tenant Lizzy and Ian fell in love after meeting at their local Gateway Club in Barnsley.
Joe Boyd’s vision to set up a mixed ability football team in Barnsley came true with the help of Mencap.
The Housing team in the South organised an event for our tenants on ways to safely make friends in the community, at home and online.
Dan, James and Aaz share a place together in Rochdale supported by Mencap. They explain how much they’re enjoying life.
Golden Lane Housing (GLH) and Mencap are sponsoring the Be Free festival 2016, taking place on 13-15 September in Chingford, London.
By listening to our tenants and their support staff we’ve created the dedicated in-house repairs service that we have today.
Becky, receptionist at Golden Lane Housing and Mencap’s Centre of Engagement in the North tells her story about finding work.
Gauri Mannra is a receptionist at the Centre of Engagement in the North. She explains how she’s built up her work experience and is helping others.
We’re celebrating providing 104 homes for 225 people with a learning disability across the country during 2015/16, which is our most successful years on record.
Golden Lane Housing’s Retail Charity Bond has been shortlisted for the Best ESG Bond Issuer – UK 2016 Award 2016
Amanda Hegan moved into a new home in Omagh with the help of Golden Lane Housing and Mencap Northern Ireland.
Golden Lane Housing has been shortlisted for ‘An outstanding approach to meeting specialist housing needs’ Award 2016.