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Connexus is a community-focused rural housing group with over 10,500 homes across Shropshire and Herefordshire. Our focus is to provide high-quality affordable housing to the counties of Herefordshire and Shropshire through the development of new affordable homes, maintenance and improvement of our existing homes and the development of associated services to enhance the lives of our customers and communities.
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Following the UK Government's announcement of a national lockdown easing as of Monday 17th May 2021, we are continuing to offer our normal repairs service. Government restrictions do mean however that non-urgent repairs may take a little longer than usual as we try to catch up. Our offices continue to be closed and other services may be affected.
Bisexual Awareness week, also known as Bi Week is an important part of the LGBT+ calendar. This year it takes place between 19 and 25 September 2021. Bi is an umbrella term used to describe romantic and/or sexual attraction towards more than one gender. Bi people may describe themselves using one or more of a wide variety of terms, including, but not limited to: bisexual, pan, queer.
Fire doors help prevent the spread of flames and smoke up to 30 or 60 minutes in the event of a fire. They provide vital protection to anyone inside a building, giving them time to either get to safety or be rescued. External Fire Doors provide a safe passageway to escape in case of a fire or emergency. Fire doors help to save lives and prevent injury in a fire. In effective fire doors pose a risk to fire safety.
In 2021, Recycle Week will run from 20th to 26th September. The theme for this year is 'Step It Up this Recycle Week'. This theme has been chosen to rally a movement in combating the Climate Crisis. During a difficult COVID-19 pandemic where we haven’t had much control on day-to-day events, recycling is something we can have control over. The urge is for everybody to step it up this Recycle Week and join the fight against climate change!
This scrutinising project will be on Wednesday 22nd and Wednesday 29th in the evening, if you want to be part of this places are limited and to get involved contact us