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Fire safety workshops

We recently had a visit from the Avon Fire and Rescue Service who gave a workshop to staff and tenants on the importance of fire safety and fire safety prevention tips. This is part of an ongoing relationship to help our tenants and staff feel confident and safe at work or home.

No Poverty - UN SDG Goals

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals; 17 goals to transform our world. Goal 1 is no poverty and this is one of the key goals we work towards at ACH. Read more about how our work aligns with this SDG goal and how you can get involved.

Celebrating professional development in Coventry

On November 29th ACH attended the #CMIGPDAwards in Coventry, presenting an award for an excellent student assignment about how we can better promote our work in the West Midlands.

Asylum seekers employment project

Thanks to a small grant from the Quartet Community Foundation, ACH / Himilo is working with Bristol Refugee Rights to give asylum seekers experience of employment in the UK through short visits to employers across the city - including Bristol City Council, UWE and First West of England. This project began today with a workshop at St Paul’s Learning Centre.

Meet Laura

Laura has joined our team in Wolverhampton as Office Manager. Read our interview with Laura to find out about her extensive background in housing and what her hopes are whilst working with ACH.

Fair Saturday comes to Bristol

ACH are thrilled to be part of Fair Saturday 2018, which is taking place in Bristol for the first time this year. We are sponsoring the community breakfast at Hamilton House in collaboration with 91 Ways.

ACH becomes a Living Wage employer

We are delighted to announce that ACH has been accredited as Living Wage UK employer! We are committed to paying all staff the real Living Wage for the real cost of living.

Counteracting skills shortages through investing in refugees

We are currently facing a skills shortage challenge in many sectors of the UK economy, which threatens to hold back our economic growth.  We believe that harnessing the skills of our refugee population can help counteract this.

Exceptional People in Care

ACH were proud to sponsor the annual EPIC and STARS Awards held by Bristol City Council. The awards celebrate achievements of children and young people who are in or have been in care.