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Wolverhampton Homes get together with tenants and leaseholders

Wolverhampton Homes tenants and leaseholders are being encouraged to attend local Get Togethers taking place this spring which offer them a chance to have their say on services.

There will be refreshments, a treasure hunt, children’s games, prizes and an interactive presentation. There will also be a chance to meet staff including Chief Executive of Wolverhampton Homes, Lesley Roberts.The Wednesfield Get Together takes place on  Monday 10th May, 6-8pm, at the Jennie Lee Centre, Wednesfield.

Anyone who would like more information or needs assistance with transport to attend a Get Together should call Homes Direct on 01902 556789.

Chief Executive of Wolverhampton Homes, Lesley Roberts said: “Our Get Togethers have been a fantastic success so far and we are delighted that so many tenants and leaseholders have come along.

“They are a fun, easy way for residents to tell us what they think about our services and to meet staff and neighbours. I’m looking forward to meeting more people this time.”

Wolverhampton Homes held Get Togethers in the autumn and winter and hundreds of tenants and leaseholders attended.

At the winter Get Togethers, residents had the chance to express their opinions on Wolverhampton Homes financial priorities using a ‘who wants to be a millionaire’ style remote answering device.

At the first Get Togethers in the autumn, residents overwhelmingly requested for repairs appointments slots that were more precise than simply ‘morning’ or ‘afternoon’. As a result, Wolverhampton Homes has now brought in two-hour appointment slots to meet residents’ needs.

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