The Pheasant at Neenton, Bridgnorth has been highlighted today (11/02/19) in the House of Commons as an example of how successfully communities and housing associations can work together. Christine Duggan, Connexus Director of Housing and Wellbeing, travelled to the House of Commons, describing to MPs at the All Party Parliamentary Group's Rural Vulnerability Day event how the innovative partnership between South Shropshire Housing Association (SSHA), part of Connexus, and Neenton Community... Read more
Free Firework Display
Gallows Bank, Ludlow
On 29th October 2018 at 7.00pm
Refreshments at the Rockspring Centre
Donations collected on the night go towards next years display.
Volunteers needed to help before the event and steward on the night
As of October 2018 you may have noticed calls from a company called Voluntas. We would like to reassure you that these are legitimate calls that we have asked them to make, on our behalf. Voluntas are an independent organisation who are professional market researchers.
We have worked with Voluntas for some time and now have asked them to contact you so that we can find out how we are doing, and what you think of us. At the moment they will be calling you about 2 surveys in particular... Read more
The Ley Gardens and Lawley Close Community Garden Group celebrated on Monday with the opening of their new wheelchair accessible greenhouse. This means that the group can continue work on growing flowers and vegetables throughout the winter whilst providing social inclusion to the group.
The benefits of gardening are well documented, and the group’s members hope to now expand in numbers to the wider area of Church Stretton with its wheelchair accessible facilities. It is hoped that,... Read more
Residents of Kinsgway Court Independent Living Scheme are now enjoying regular games nights thanks to our Community Development Fund.
After conversations at the regular coffee morning on the scheme, a games night idea was thought up and launched in April 2018. The aim was to provide a social event for the residents, and to help them be active both physically and mentally. Earlier in the year some of the residents had tried Boccia, a disability sport where players propel balls to land... Read more
Whitchurch Fishing Competition
Held at Hadley Park Pool, Whitchurch
Sponsored by the Customer Involvement Panel
Open to all ages. There is no entry fee but donations will be accepted for the Customer Involvement Panel's charity of the year which is Shrewsbury Ark
Competitions are from 10am - 4pm on the following dates:
Sunday 2nd September
Sunday 9th September
Sunday 16th ... Read more
Members from the Customer Involvement Panel (CIP) visited SSHA's new homes in Much Wenlock. The new homes are made to Passivhaus Standards, and CIP members learned about this build process and how it differs from other build processes.
Darren Luter, Deliver Manager for SSHA's Development team showed them around a property and explained the build process, which includes triple glazed windows, insulation that effectively seals the house from draughts and a mechanical heat ventilation... Read more
Do you like taking photos? Enter the Customer Involvement Panel’s (CIP) photography competition and you could win a cash prize! Photographs can be of any subject, apart from portraits, and there will be three prizes for adults and children under the age of 16 who will also all receive certificates for entering.
1st... Read more
Loud, nuisance or offensive noises from neighbours are no fun.
You can report this type of anti-social behaviour through our online form.
If your Neighbourhood Management Officer thinks it will be useful, they will ask you to download the noise app which is a simple way of recording and tracking noise nuisance and anti social behaviour.
With the app you can:... Read more