River Clyde Homes

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(from left) Peter Reed-Forrester, managing director of CommunityUK; Ann McNab, resident; Colette Sinclair, Futureskills Inverclyde; Linda Gallacher, resident; Albert Henderson, chair of the River Clyde Homes Board Customers in the John Street area of Greenock have received an early Christmas present

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River Clyde Homes took part in the annual Doors Open Days festival for the first time this autumn. The Inverclyde based housing association opened a show flat in one of the Broomhill tower blocks in Greenock and hosted an exhibition of photographs by the popular Facebook-based Dark Side o’ Invercl

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Over 350 customers enjoyed one of the two winter parties organised at the end of November by River Clyde Homes. The afternoon events in Port Glasgow and Greenock were aimed at customers aged over 75, or who lived in one of the housing association’s eight sheltered housing complexes.

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Staff at the grand opening River Clyde Homes’ new main public access office in the town centre of Greenock is proving to be a great success with over 230 customers accessing services in its first week of opening.

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River Clyde Homes, the Inverclyde-based housing association, and its Customer Senate have won the Excellence in Customer Scrutiny Award at the CIH Scotland 2015 Excellence Awards.

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River Clyde Homes is organising beat-the-blues winter parties for its ‘more mature’ customers to cheer up the over 75's during the long dark days. For the past two years River Clyde Homes has ran campaigns to support elderly customers over the cold winter months. These have included winter help

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Albert Henderson MBE Lynn Wassell has stood down as chair of the board at River Clyde Homes (RCH) and has been replaced by vice-chair Albert Henderson MBE.

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Claire receiving her prize with Kenny Gough (left) and Albert Henderson The recently launched River Clyde Homes phone app is proving to be a great success with over 370 customers uploading and using it.

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Jenna McKinnon (centre) with Albert Henderson and Fiona MacLeod A young accounts graduate from Greenock has secured part-time employment with River Clyde Homes through a partnership with the Inverclyde Trust.

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River Clyde Homes (RCH) is holding a free family fun day on Saturday as part of its £26 million Broomhill regeneration project in Greenock. The event will take place in the car park beside Broomhill Court on Ann Street between 12pm – 3pm.

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