Gloucester City Homes (GCH) annual Community Impact Day is returning on Friday 13th September.
The day sees over 130 members of staff turn their hands to a range of community projects within Gloucester to support GCH’s tenants and the wider community.
Anita Pope, Director of Housing and Communities said; “We are delighted to be working on a number of community projects and demonstrates the commitment of GCH to support our communities positively. It is our way of giving back to our communities.” Those who will be benefitting this year are:
- Tredworth Infant School Creation of wildlife area
- Westgate Gardening and planting in the area
- The Cavern (Treasure Seekers) Updating the entrance and courtyard areas
- The Heritage Hub Creation of a wildlife garden
- The Spring Centre Redecorating the computer area
- Gloucester City Mission Cooking lunch and sorting donations
- Matson Rose Garden Gardening and planting
- Caridas House and Nova House Homeless Accommodation Improving the garden areas
Ashley Green, Chief Executive at GCH added “We are looking forward to making a positive impact in the Gloucester community again. This is a great opportunity for our staff and partners to give something back to the communities in which we work.”
He went on to say that “The costs of improvements have mainly been met by our partners and he thanked the following organisations for offering their help and financial support for the projects: Aqua Construction, AFA Special Projects, Slatter Electrical, The Phoenix Centre, Clarke Willmott Solicitors, Ventro Group, Nationwide Windows and Doors, Glevum Heating, Snape Contracting, Lovell Partnerships, Jewson, Graham, Gloucester Carpet Outlet and Greenfields Limited.”