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More than bricks - research report - out now

Social housing providers should take a lead in delivering support packages to help people overcome barriers in their lives, according to our new report.

Our new ‘More than bricks’ report argues that many social housing tenants are struggling to find the help they need and social housing providers are best placed to provide such support.

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Walking team raises over £3,000 for charity

Our ‘Walk this Way’ walking group took part in the London Moonwalk on Saturday 13 May.

Five of our people took part in the walk that kicked off at midnight to raise money for breast cancer charities.

Penny Shaw, Debbie Clubley, Maria Jones, Sandra Toyne and Tracy O'Neil joined around 15,000 other walkers around the capital.

The team is part of the walking group 'Walk this Way' which was formed after our successful Three Peaks challenge last year. This group consists of our people, Lincolnshire Police and their friends and family.

The team arrived in London late at night and after inspirational messages from the founder of the Moonwalk, Prince Charles and breast cancer survivors the team took to the start line at 10.30pm and finished together at about 6:20am -under their eight-hour target.

Penny Shaw, our Safer Communities Officer, was part of the walk, she said: “So far team Walk this Way has raised £2,566 but this is without adding cash from our sponsor forms so we now expect to surpass £3,000 smashing our £1,000 target. We welcome anymore sponsorship for this amazing cause.

“There will be lots more walks in the future as we start planning the Three Peaks challenge again in September and there has been mention of the Edinburgh, Iceland or even Peru Moonwalks in future years.”

You can sponsor the team here.

https://moonwalklondon2017.everydayhero.com/uk/team-walk-this-way.

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