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Windows

Zoom in

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Zoom out

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Reset scale

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Apple Mac

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DAMHA News

  • Two goals

    Two goals

    DAMHA Compliance Officer Stuart Hinde achieved two goals when he completed his first marathon – boosting his own health and raising funds for a charity that cares for people at their lowest ebb. Stuart, 43, completed the Yorkshire Marathon in October, just a few months after taking up running. “At the beginning of the year […]

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  • Dancing with Bananarama

    Dancing with Bananarama

    As a qualified engineer working for the past 20 years for housing associations, DAMHA’s new Technical Inspector Dave Nelson has a wide range of experience – and that includes dancing with Bananarama. When Dave was studying for his engineering qualifications he earned some extra cash by working part-time as a club doorman and this led […]

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  • A big step

    A big step

    Having effectively worked for the same housing provider for the past 30 years, making the switch to DAMHA was a big step for Michael Wright. In the end it was the human factor – both in terms of the people he’d be working with and for – that persuaded him to leave housing giant Karbon […]

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  • Go for a job

    Go for a job

    Jason Fielding thought he’d be with the family accountancy firm for life until a friend persuaded him to go for a job with Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association. And though it’s been a whirlwind first few months since he accepted the post of finance manager, Jason is pleased he listened to IT manager Chris Fox […]

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  • 100 years

    100 years

    People living in homes managed by DAMHA recently came together to celebrate 100 years since the properties were built. Residents at Vesper House Cottages in Seaton Carew, near Hartlepool, marked the centenary with a street party. Among those who attended were the descendants of Lieutenant Colonel William Thomlinson, who built the cottages in 1923 and […]

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  • Gardiner by name

    Gardiner by name

    Gardiner by name, gardener by nature – a housing association couldn’t have hoped for a better couple to win its annual, green-fingered competition. Alma and Bob Gardiner’s garden in Consett scooped first prize in the Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association (DAMHA) 2023 gardening competition. The couple’s excellent use of a small space to show off […]

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  • tourist attraction

    Tourist attraction

    Millions of people will now get to see our aged miners’ homes which have been faithfully replicated at the North-East’s most visited tourist attraction. And before they were opened to the public on 6th October 2023, residents who live in the original homes were treated to a VIP sneak preview. Our Marsden Road aged miners’ […]

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