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Windows

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DAMHA News

  • Tea-time club

    Tea-time club

    A monthly tea-time club set up by Rutherford House ConciergeBarbara Smith continues to go from strength to strength with residents, their families and members of the community now regularly sitting down to a two-course meal for the crazy price of just £1. Meals like spaghetti bolagnese, shepherds pie and sausage and chips are prepared by […]

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  • Hayley cleans up

    Hayley cleans up

    A woman who started working as a cleaner at a South Shields sheltered housing scheme has now been appointed as its Concierge. Hayley Patterson has taken the permanent role at Bulmer House, following a successful spell as Acting Concierge. The 31-year-old is responsible for looking after the welfare of residents who live at Bulmer House, […]

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  • a banana a day

    A banana a day

    Forget an apple, according to Greta Halpin it’s a banana a day that helps keep the doctor away. And as she turned 100 recently, she should definitely know! Greta, who lives in our Aged Miners’ Homes in Marsden Road, South Shield, reached her centenary on 15th April. With six children, 10 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and […]

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  • £1 million

    £1 million

    Over £1 million is to be spent upgrading the homes of hundreds of people across County Durham over the next 12 months. Starting from April 2019, DAMHA is carrying out a range of work on almost 600 of its properties in areas such as Durham, Seaham, Horden and Peterlee. The work will include installing new […]

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  • Affordable homes

    Affordable homes

    Work has started on a £3.5 million scheme to transform the site of a former public swimming pool into 24 affordable homes for older people. Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association (DAMHA) is building the two-bedroom bungalows at the old Belle Vue Swim Centre on Ashlands Road, Consett, which was demolished in 2016. Along with its […]

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  • Preparing for spring

    Preparing for spring

    Children at a County Durham primary school are preparing for spring thanks to the latest donation from Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association. To show its appreciation for singing at their end of year residents’ forum, DAMHA, recently gave £50 to Cestria Primary School in Chester-le-Street. The school has now used this money to buy new […]

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  • Good neighbour of the year

    Good Neighbour of the Year

    Bill Dodds is like the man from Del Monte, he likes to say ‘yes’, and that’s why he is the latest resident to win our good neighbour of the year award. Which is fitting because the former salesman for the well-known food and production company has just won a housing association’s good neighbour of the […]

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