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February 25th, 2013

Eden Openshaw FC are to benefit from new training equipment and a new football playing kit following their successful bid for £1,000 worth of funding from the Adactus Neighbourhood Fund. Working in one of the most deprived areas of Manchester, Eden Openshaw FC  is a group ran in partnership by the Salvation Army and The Message Trust.  Eden Openshaw use football as a way of providing effective engagement with young people, often-marginalised young men, many of whom have been at risk of offending …

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February 21st, 2013

The latest winter version of our AHA newletter About Us is now available to download from this blog. This edition features; countdown to changes to the benefits system, winter advice, our performance and much more! »Please click here to download this latest edition We hope you enjoy reading it and do let us know what you think.

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February 20th, 2013

A band from Crewe, ‘The Cooperative Wind Bands’ has been successful in their bid to secure £300 from the Adactus Neighbourhood Fund.  The funds will help with the running costs of the band. The band currently consists of approximately 100 young people and is growing year on year.  The group have played at a number of different events including, school fetes, local residential homes and in concerts with other local bands and choirs.  In 2011, the junior band qualified through …

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February 15th, 2013

The Respect Standard is an Anti Social Behaviour (ASB) Charter for housing. It was introduced by the government in 2006. The Respect Standard played an important role in improving performance in both preventing and effectively tackling anti-social behaviour. Social landlords (e.g. Housing Associations or Councils) sign up to the standard voluntarily. Once signed up, they commit to using the standard as a way of assessing and improving how they deal with anti social behaviour. We have been signed up to the Respect …

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February 15th, 2013

A Wigan charity that provides short breaks for families with disabled children is set to benefit to the tune of £500 thanks to the generosity of Adactus Housing Group’s planned maintenance department. The staff at the Leigh-based housing association raised the cash for the “Friends for Families” charity based at Platt Bridge in Wigan by raffling shopping vouchers that were donated to Adactus by its suppliers in the run up to Christmas. Mark Foster, Head of Planned Works with Adactus, …

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