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  • Bags of help

    Bags of help

    Residents living at a DAMHA sheltered housing scheme have received bags of help from the local community in achieving their aim of having a sensory garden. The Residents’ Group at Bulmer House in South Sheilds have been raising funds, via raffles and fayres, towards the creation of a sensory garden. Their dream has now become a reality […]

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  • Bingo


    A woman whose husband loved calling bingo has bought a new machine for residents living in a DAMHA sheltered housing scheme. Before his sudden death in 2015, Jim Nelson, was the regular bingo caller at Rutherford House in Seaside Lane, Easington. Three nights a week, he would take the short walk across from his home […]

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  • Planned maintenance

    Planned Maintenance

    We have stared work on our latest £1.3 million planned maintenance programme across County Durham. Hundreds of homes will benefit from the work we are undertaking throughout 2017/18 These improvements include the installation of new central heating boilers, fires and also double-glazed windows. It forms part of a rolling planned maintenance programme DAMHA carries out each year. […]

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  • A spot of pet therapy

    A spot of pet therapy

    Residents living in our residential care home enjoyed a spot of pet therapy recently, but they were not all of the cuddly variety! Using pets as therapy in care homes has been proven to enhance the well-being of residents, many of whom will have had pets before they came to Langley House, which is in Horden. […]

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  • £12 million investment

    £12 million investment

    DAMHA is to spend over £12 million on one of the largest housebuilding programmes in its 119-year history. The Association will be building 106 new affordable homes across County Durham between now and 2022. Work on 31 two-bedroom bungalows in Ushaw Moor, Coxhoe and Philadelphia will get underway this year and be completed in stages in 2018. […]

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  • High satisfaction

    High satisfaction rates

    An independent survey of people living in homes owned by DAMHA has revealed the highest-ever resident satisfaction rates. Every three years, all housing associations need to take a confidential tenant satisfaction survey. Known as a STAR (Survey of Tenants and Residents) survey, it gauges residents’ opinions in a range of different areas, including the quality of […]

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  • Bradley Lowery

    Bradley Lowery gifts hamper

    Residents living in DAMHA’s residential care home were overwhelmed when they received a gift from brave five-year-old Bradley Lowery. The Blackhall youngster sent a huge hamper full of gifts to Langley House in Horden. He has made headlines around the world with the story of his battle with cancer, Manager Christine Conway said: “It was […]

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