The National Housing Federation are developing a new way in which residents can work with their Housing Association to ensure that they continue providing excellent and relevant services. They have developed a draft plan 'Together with Tenants'. They are currently consulting and would welcome input from our tenants. For more information and to provide feedback, please follow the link webpage for tenantsand residents.
householdquotes.co.uk to help homeowners and tenants avoid paying too much for jobs in the home.
There are over 500,000 people in the UK in debt and looking for help and advice. There may be debt schemes that can allow you to become debt free quicker than you think.
By enquiring today, we will put you in touch with an organisation that care about you as an individual and an experienced advisor will be in touch to discuss a quick and easy route for you to become debt free again. Please contact Citizens Advice by clicking on the link https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk or https://www.nationaldebtline.org/
Waste Not Want Not
Waste Not Want Not is a registered charity based in Chippenham, Wiltshire that collects free of charge unwanted items of serviceable furniture, household goods and electrical items to pass on at affordable prices, to families and individuals whose household income is below £20,000 per annum and to all over 60’s. For further information please contact http://www.waste-not-want-not.org.uk
Free TV Licence
After your 75th birthday, you can get a free TV Licence. It covers you as well as anyone you live with.
Please remember that you don’t automatically get an over 75 TV Licence on your 75th birthday. You have to apply for one. Please contact www.tvlicensing.co.uk/over75info for further information.
Age UK offer a free national advice line and local advice which helps hundreds of thousands of people every year, from exercise classes to mobility aids, their products and services help make lives easier & safer. They run befriending services, pairing an older person with a befriender to help provide companionship. Please contact http://www.ageuk.org.uk/ for further information.