Founded in 1898, Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association (DAMHA) provides 1,700 homes for people across the North East of England.
We are the largest Almshouse charity in the country, providing high quality, but affordable, housing for people aged 50 and over.
As well as general needs housing, we provide leaseholder housing, sheltered housing and residential care.
We are very proud of the part we are playing in regenerating coalfield communities. Putting our residents first is our number one objective.
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DAMHA is to spend over £12 million on one of the largest housebuilding programmes in its 119-year history. The Association will […]Read more
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