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RBH says: Let’s natter about the things that matter

14 June 2019

Friday 14 June 2019
11am - 2pm

Back O'th Moss Community Centre
52 Peel Lane
OL10 4TU


Rochdale Boroughwide Housing (RBH) has organised a relaxed Let’s Chat day at the recently refurbished Back O'th Moss Community Centre.

The drop-in day is an opportunity for RBH tenants and members in Heywood to share coffee and cakes with RBH Chief Executive Gareth Swarbrick and other decision-makers and chat about what matters to you.

As well as having the chance to ask questions and comment on plans, everyone who attends will be in with the chance to win £50 in shopping vouchers.

There will also be opportunities to meet with housing officers; find out what RBH can offer on benefits and work, and ask about the support and advice available to manage rent payments.

Expert Smoothie-makers will be on hand to give away delicious and healthy drinks that you might want to use to wash down a free ‘Curry in a Hurry’ meal.

And speaking of food; a special Master Chef Experience will offer further culinary delights. 

If you would like to know more about how RBH manage Heywood homes; ask about local issues or just pop in for a coffee and few snacks, you will be made extremely welcome on Friday 14 June at the recently refurbished Back O'th Moss Community Centre, it runs from 11.00am until 2.00pm.

Entry fee: Free

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