Award for housing project

Aimee Phipps and Karen Bennet at Erosh awards with Esther Rantzen andRebecca Mollart, Director of Po

Aimee Phipps and Karen Bennet at Erosh awards with Esther Rantzen andRebecca Mollart, Director of Policy at Erosh. - Credit: Alliance Homes

A WESTON housing enterprise has been presented with the Older People’s Champions award for creativity.

Alliance Homes’ Life and Soul project was picked out at the Erosh Innovation and Good Practice Awards, and representative were presented with the trophy by Esther Rantzen and Guardian and Observer columnist Katharine Whitehorn.

The Life and Soul project helps equip older people with the skills to organise activities. It focuses on physical and mental wellbeing, and healthy living.

Alliance Homes’ resident activity co-ordinators, Aimee Phipps and Karen Bennet were at the ceremony and have been given £2,000 worth of materials and labour work from Keepmoat for gardening project.


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