Nominations for a staff member from Rotherham Council, Fortem or Mears who have done that little bit extra to help council tenants in 2017-2018 are now open.
The Future of Social Housing was the theme of a major Rotherham Federation meeting on Friday 26th January 2018, attended by over 100 people. As well as speakers, there were workshops on a number of themes including building more social housing, who is social housing for, the perception of social housing tenants and the role of tenants’ voices.
Congratulations to Enid Watson who has been elected by secret ballot of members attending our general meeting on 26th January 2018 onto the Repairs and Maintenance Contract Re-Tender Steering Group.
Community groups can apply for small grants of up to £200 for projects that benefit the residents of Thurcroft. To be funded, your proposed project needs to support one of the three themes in the Thurcroft Big Local Plan –Community Pride, Regeneration or Children and Young People.
Rotherham Federation is now one of 20 Social Action Hubs around the country. Social action hubs are locally rooted community organisations which support people to contribute to and create a better community and build a more democratic society.
Cheeky elves took over the outdoor market on Saturday to share Christmas joy and naughtiness with the people of Rotherham. Mrs Clause sat within the log cabin grotto which has been turned into an ‘immersive Christmas wonderland’.