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Thursday, 4th April

Staying away from the doctor and armchair are the words of advice for a long healthy life, according to a Staffordshire resident who celebrated her 102nd birthday this week.

Thursday, 4th April

Families hit by food poverty are being helped thanks to a donation by South Staffordshire Housing Association (SSHA) as part of its project to celebrate 15 years.

Thursday, 7th March

Click here to read about all of the benefit changes that are currently underway.

Tuesday, 5th March

Staff gave up their weekends to ‘make a difference’ by stepping out for a community litter pick, as part of a 15 year celebration for South Staffordshire Housing Association (SSHA).

Wednesday, 27th February

Residents are being given the first glimpse of independent living at a state-of-the-art housing with care and support scheme in the heart of Penkridge.

Monday, 18th February

Residents who are going to be affected by the government’s changes to welfare benefits are being invited to a special road show where they can get a helping hand.

Thursday, 6th December

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Wednesday, 5th December

A community pantomime project that works to bring young and old together in Essington, South Staffordshire, is benefitting from a cash injection.

Tuesday, 4th December

Green-fingered staff from a housing association dug deep to donate time to create a wildlife garden for pupils at a Wombourne primary school.

Thursday, 18th October

Budding photographers at a Stafford high school have had their photos published in a housing association’s annual report.

Thursday, 18th October

More than 120 young people in South Staffordshire are benefitting from an improved youth centre after big-hearted volunteers gave it a makeover.

Friday, 21st September

Work is starting on a flagship £13million extra care scheme in Penkridge, which is set to help meet the growing demand for older people’s housing in the district.

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