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Highlighting the wartime role of codebreaker played by a 93-year-old Hanover resident from Southport.
Hanover’s popular small grants scheme helps support resident groups with funding for estate projects and community activities all over the country.
Hanover residents and staff have raised an amazing £50,000 for the Macmillan cancer support charity over the past year.
Recently launched as a pilot across 15 Hanover estates, Good Neighbour schemes can help residents in need of practical help or support.
A lunch club/day centre at Hanover Court in Loughborough is a runaway success with both residents and members of the local community alike.
Extra Care Housing residents in Bristol are enjoying connecting with a group of local schoolchildren to evoke memories and extend their creativity.
To commemorate the family and friends who have lost their lives in conflicts since the outbreak of the First World War, Hanover residents have been raising memorials ahead of Remembrance Day.
As Hanover Close/Walk in Newcastle celebrates its 50th anniversary, we look at how the Chapel House Estate housing model has helped to create a sustainable cross-generational community.
On 25 August 2017 we brought together three of our estates to mark a 40-year partnership between Hanover and the London Borough of Hackney.
Tucked away next to a nature reserve in Hackney sits a Hanover Extra Care Housing estate that buzzes with regular events attended by a vibrant community of older people.
Bridging the gap – younger people meet older people at the Talent Match Academy in Nottingham.
Four Hanover residents from around the UK are enjoying a late passion for writing – with help from the digital age.
With the backing of local Tesco shoppers, delighted residents from Hanover Gardens estate in Bicester have won an £8,000 award to create a sensory garden.
In keeping with our commitment to contributing to the wider community, bumper charity donations totalling nearly £20,000 were raised by residents during September.