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The Nailsea Leg Club

Watch this film made by a local volunteer about the Nailsea and District Leg Club which provides treatment in a relaxing space for people with leg conditions.

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Calling Snow Hill residents - we need your ideas!

Community Ideas Session at the Gateway Centre, Weds 5 June 2019, 5.50pm – 7.30pm If you live in Snow Hill, Bath, come along to our Community Ideas session on Wednesday 5 June 2019 and tell us how we could brighten up and transform the communal outdoor spaces, walkways and play areas between Dover and Walcot House. The sessions are being run by Bell Group, the contractors w…

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Building condition surveys

Between May-July 2019 we will be carrying out surveys of our buildings’ shared areas. If your home is part of a block, for example a block of flats or sheltered housing scheme, then this may affect you.

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Free half-term animation workshops at The Hub

A leading animator is holding free half-term animation workshops at The Hub at Mulberry Park. Children taking part will learn from Angela Frankham who’s worked for Wallace and Gromit filmmakers Aardman Animation.

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Curo MD to cycle 1,000 miles for charity

Gerraint Oakley, the Managing Director of Curo’s house-building business, is cycling roughly 1,000 miles from John O’Groats to Land’s End in a bid to raise £5,000 for the Royal United Hospital (RUH), Bath Children’s Ward – Curo’s chosen Charity of the Year for 2019. To help Gerraint raise money for RUH Bath Children’s Ward, visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/curo-cycle-ride.

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Curo lobbies Government on tenants’ behalf about Universal Credit shortfall

Curo has added its voice to calls for the Government to amend Universal Credit (UC) calculations that will leave tenants across the country without enough money to pay their rent this year. The shortfall is due to the calculation used by Government which pays UC monthly while housing association rents are charged weekly.

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Grant gets Bath play project back on the road

A local charity, Bath Area Play Project, will soon be getting a new set of wheels thanks to a £6,000 grant awarded by housing association Curo and Travis Perkins who together provide a funding pot for local community initiatives.

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