Places for People is proud to recognise the 2021 winners of the Good Neighbour Awards. We would like to shine the spotlight on our unsung heroes who have gone above and beyond to make their neighbourhoods great.Find out more
January is a time for new beginnings when people have good intentions to change their lives for the better. Keeping on top of your mental health and wellbeing is essential to living happy and healthy lives. We’ve put together some top tips to help improve how you feel and make a positive difference.Find out more
During the winter months your wellbeing is especially important. While we can’t control many of the challenges around us for example the weather, there are still things you can do to protect your wellbeing. So, here are a few tips to help you stay warm and happy this winter.Find out more
With the additional delays that occurred during the Coronavirus pandemic, a shortage of operatives in the sector, and difficulties with sourcing materials, some of our services are currently falling short of the standards we should deliver. We are looking at ways to ensure we are able to deliver the excellent standards of service you can expect from us.Find out more
We know this can be a worrying and challenging time, especially as the colder months are here and energy usage increases to keep warm. We are here to offer help and support if you need it.Find out more
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Staying warm and happy this winter
During the winter months your wellbeing is especially important. While we can’t control many of the challenges around us for example the weather, there are still things you can do to protect your wellbeing. So, here are a few tips to help you stay warm and happy this winter.