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A provider of housing, care and commercial services.
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Lorraine Sailsbury is a Chester entrepreneur who is set for big things, thanks to the help and support she has received from Avenue Services. Chris Leicester, the Neighbourhood Partnerships Manager at Avenue Services, based at the Parade Enterprise Centre in Blacon, said: “Our Enterprise Service offers business support to people who need it most and we would encourage anyone who thinks we can help to get in touch.” https://www.sanctuary-housing.co.uk/news/chester-businesswoman-on-the-track-to-success 

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A Closure Order near Jubilee Park in #Ipswich puts a stop to anti-social behaviour. Sanctuary Housing officers and neighbourhood officers from Suffolk Police have successfully joined forces to ensure that the court order was granted. The Closure Order lasts for three months, and means that the tenant is not allowed to live at the property during this time. Mitchell Billing, Sanctuary’s housing officer, said: “This court order is a welcome conclusion to months of hard work between ourselves and Suffolk Police and we are delighted with the outcome." https://www.sanctuary-housing.co.uk/news/partnership-helping-to-keep-residents-safe

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It’s great to see funding from Sanctuary Housing’s Grand Ideas Fund going to such a great event. Over 140 members of the Worcester Social Club for adults with learning disabilities, enjoyed a valentines night to remember. In addition to the party, Sanctuary’s funding will also provide emergency first aid training to three of the Club’s volunteers. https://www.sanctuary-housing.co.uk/news/worcester-social-club-share-the-love-for-valentines 

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Congratulations to 25-year-old Maisie Jenkins, a commercial project analyst at our Worcester office. Maisie has achieved some of the best Chartered Institute of Management Accountants’ (CIMA) exam results in the world, recording the joint sixth highest mark out of several hundred global candidates. Nicole Seymour, Director – Corporate Services, commented: “Maisie has always shown a determination to succeed and I would like to congratulate her on this deserved achievement." https://www.sanctuary-group.co.uk/news/news-businesswoman-on-top-of-the-world-with-exam-success-10065 

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Sanctuary Supported Living’s service for homeless people in Southend is to start providing a preventative mediation service to young people, as part of its renewed contact with Southend-on-Sea Borough Council. SSL local service manager Melanie Diji said: “Our new mediation service will be a key tool in keeping homelessness down while the supported housing operating under our service continues to provide accommodation for those preparing to move on to independent living.” https://www.sanctuary-supported-living.co.uk/news/news-service-renewal-sees-homelessness-prevention-for-southend-young-people-10064 

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Sanctuary Supported Living staff at Pennefather Court in Aylesbury, have been helping ex-paratrooper Phillip Horne learn sign language. Phillip experienced a life-changing seizure from an undiagnosed blood clot, which left him paraplegic, but despite this, with the help of care staff at Pennefather Court he can now express his thoughts, feelings, wants and needs. https://www.sanctuary-supported-living.co.uk/news/news-exparatrooper-learns-new-language-following-lifechanging-stroke-10063 

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Staff and residents at Sanctuary Supported Living’s Dunboyne Court retirement living development in Torquay, have been busy putting their knitting and crochet skills to the test, by making coloured blankets for dementia patients at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital. The brightly coloured blankets will be used to help dementia patients recognise their own bed.  Dunboyne Court resident, Pru Hammond, said: “I hope this inspires others to make a blanket for a good cause.” 
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Sanctuary Housing funding has been put to good use, as Rochford youngsters get to build on their self-confidence with coaching sessions from non-other than blind world champion helm sailor Lucy Hodges MBE. Chris Silvey, Sanctuary Housing’s resident involvement officer for Rochford, said: “We are proud to fund these sessions as they are all about raising the expectations of young people and making them feel more ambitious about what they can achieve. Lucy is an inspirational person so we are delighted that she will be taking part as a mentor.”
https://www.sanctuary-housing.co.uk/news/sports-personality-to-inspire-at-rochford-girl-power-sessions

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Matthew started on our Graduate Development Programme in 2015, and is relishing the journey he’s been on so far. If you can see yourself taking a similar path, there’s still time to apply for our 2017 programme. The deadline for applications is 17 February: http://ow.ly/Bt0v308Lsti #Sanctuarygraduates
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A Scarborough youth club will be helping to keep young people fit and healthy, thanks to funding from Sanctuary Housing’s Grand Ideas Fund. Stuart Smith, Sanctuary’s housing area manager, commented: “The youth project at the Gallows Close Centre plays a pivotal role in the community and we are happy to support its work.” https://www.sanctuary-housing.co.uk/news/scarborough-club-to-keep-young-people-fit-and-healthy
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