Putting the social in social housing

Date published: 07 September 2019

Tenants of Rochdale Boroughwide Housing and those who want to know more about its services are invited to a free Let’s Get Together event at the Lighthouse Project, Middleton Shopping Centre on 14 September.

Rochdale Boroughwide Housing (RBH) is hosting a drop-in ‘pick-and-mix’ afternoon where people can find out about what RBH does besides being the largest landlord in the Rochdale area. This includes the community projects it supports and its commitment to the Rochdale economy, employment and training.

Let’s Get Together is an easy-going family-friendly event with free light refreshments and prize competitions. Also on hand will be customer advisors to answer day-to-day questions about RBH tenancies, presentations on future plans and services as well as an overview of what RBH has achieved in the past year.

The event takes place between 1pm and 4pm.

Sue Kershaw, RBH Membership Manager, said: “We hope our new drop-in style event will be more convenient for people. With most of the event being made up of informal zones, interactive activities and information areas, those attending will have the opportunity to get a real sense of all the things RBH does besides being a landlord.

“It’s also just a great opportunity to get together and natter about the things that matter.”

More information is available at the RBH website:

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