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Pension Awareness Day

15 September 2019 is Pension Awareness Day, a national campaign to highlight the growing problem that many people are not saving enough for their retirement and risk facing pension poverty in later life. Our Money Advice Officer is here to help Warrington residents understand their rights and the advantages of saving for retirement, and to […]

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How our WHA team is supporting tenants in the everchanging world of benefits

Housing associations have their part to play in helping tenants negotiate the complex world of benefits and to stem the tide of rising rent arrears. The impact of the hugely controversial Universal Credit – and particularly its housing element – has been highlighted many times since its introduction six years ago. Housing benefit that was […]

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Universal Credit SDP Refunds – Act Now!

Details have finally been published about refunds due to claimants who have moved to Universal Credit and lost their Severe Disability Premium (SDP). Steven, our Money Advice Officer, explains what this means and how to make sure you get what you’re due. What is the SDP? The SDP was an extra amount paid to disabled […]

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WARNING: Universal Credit Scam

To help Warrington residents stay one step ahead, WHA Money Advice Officer, Steven, warns of a recent scam targeting benefit claimants. How does the scam work? Scammers have been posing as government officials to offer loans to benefit claimants to persuade into sharing their personal details. A claim for Universal Credit is then made in […]

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Central 6 Wards Regeneration Masterplan

Have you had your say yet?  this is the final opportunity! Since November 2018 WBC have spoken to close to 2,000 Warrington residents about developing a 25 year plan for the Central 6 Area. See the attached poster to see how you can have your say. Warrington Stage3 A3 Poster FINAL v2

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WHA is supporting Learning Disabilities Week by taking on new interns

We are proud to be supporting Learning Disability Week here at Warrington Housing Association. There are 1.4 million people with a learning disability in the UK, and almost half of 18-35 year olds with learning disabilities would like to spend more time outside their house (49%), while 18 per cent feel alone and cut off […]

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Our WHA team help give a community centre a makeover

Our WHA team donned their overalls and grabbed a paint brush to give Fairfield and Howley Community Project a makeover. The team helped to paint three rooms in the building on Fairfield Street, Howley, created new signage, bunting, ceramic letters, cleaned and much more – as part of Volunteers’ Week (June 1-7). Emma Brown, manager […]

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Mental Health Awareness Week

In honour of Mental Health Awareness Week our Money Advice Officer, Steven, explains how money, debt and mental health are linked – and what you can do to turn things around. Debt can affect mental health, and mental health can lead to more debt. This can cause a downward spiral and you can easily feel […]

Testimonials

“We’re really grateful for the excellent service we received from Warrington Housing Association’s Money Adviser and the extra money has made a big difference, helping us hire a gardener and be able to go to LifeTime more often where we enjoy singing in the choir”

Mr & Mrs Holland – WHiA Customers

“I’m so grateful to Warrington Housing Association for reaching out to me to make sure I’m claiming my full benefit entitlements”

Ms Heseltine – WHA Resident

“We couldn’t have navigated the benefits system without the fantastic help we received from Warrington Housing Association’s Money Adviser”

Andrew & Eileen – WHA Residents

“I felt like a big weight had been lifted off my shoulders and that I had somebody on my side”

Barbara, WHA resident

“Warrington Housing Association’s Whia service is great, as it helps people stay in their own home, and this is really complimented by the fact that you are then introduced to their other services like the LifeTime centre – which shows they really care for the community they work in.”

Barry and Lynn

Warrington Housing Association 

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Tel: 01925 246810
Fax: 01925 246814
Email: admin@wha.org.uk

Warrington Housing Association, the Gateway, 89 Sankey Street, Warrington, WA1 1SR

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