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A lifetime home for James

True DIY SOS effort ensures lifetime home for local family   A former Redruth rugby player who became a wheelchair user following sudden onset health problems, has settled into a new lifetime home thanks to the DIY SOS–style efforts of social landlord Coastline Housing.   James... read more

Customer away day 2017

Almost 300 Coastline Housing customers attended its annual away day to discuss their social landlord’s services.   This year it was held at Flambards in Helston, which proved to be incredibly popular with more people than ever heading along.   Customers had a chance to talk about... read more

Royal visit at Crowntown

HRH Sophie, the Countess of Wessex visited a new Coastline Housing development in Crowntown.   The Plovers Field development was completed earlier this year and comprises 12 properties for affordable rent and 6 properties for part-buy, part-rent, for local people who wished to get a foot... read more

Walk run ride for charity

Staff at Coastline Housing teamed up with friends, family, ponies and dogs to take part in a walk, run, ride event that raised £870 for Penhaligon’s Friends. Colleagues, friends and family gathered to travel along the mineral tramway from Scorrier to Portreath on foot, bikes, scooters and... read more

Redruth Regeneration

A brownfield site in the centre of Redruth is now home to ten new flats for local people in housing need.   Pengover Parc, near Strawberry Lane, was previously used for mining activities and was also the home of a former bacon factory in years gone by.   It now boasts ten flats,... read more

Children explore local archaeology site

Pupils of Nansloe Academy in Helston recently had the rare opportunity to view archaeological findings uncovered in a field next to their school. The children were able to explore the remains of what are believed to be two Bronze Age roundhouses and two Iron Age stone burial cists.  ... read more

Viva the volunteers!

Coastline Homeless Service volunteers contribute over 3,400 hours The Coastline Homeless Service has celebrated all the thousands of hours its volunteers give to the service with a sizzling summer BBQ.   Volunteers have donated a total of over 3,400 hours to the service over the past 12 months... read more

Coastline stars!

Team of the year recognised for making a difference to lives of customers in local communities Coastline’s Income and Inspiring Futures team have been crowned by their colleagues as ‘team of the year’ for the work they do to help local people back into the workplace, decreasing their reliance on... read more

Building knowledge

A group of year six children from Halwin School enjoyed a slightly unusual trip to a Coastline Housing development site in Rame Cross, near Penryn. The visit, hosted by builders 3MS Construction, was designed to give the children an overview of how, and why, new homes are built for local... read more


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