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Tenant Associate Board Member

20th May 2020

Meet our new Associate Board Member Didia Antonio who has been a tenant of Tuntum since 2012. After a long search and interview process we are very pleased to select Didia as an Associate Board Member. Didia has been attending board meetings as an observer and will hopefully soon be
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Tuntum receives £42.5 million debt facilities

29th April 2020

Tuntum has agreed a £42.5 million debt facility with Macquarie Infrastructure Debt Investment Solutions (MIDIS) which will be repayable over the next 33 years. The funding will enable Tuntum to repay some existing debts and fund the development of up to 280 new homes for affordable rent and shared ownership
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COVID-19 Scams

23rd April 2020

Some criminals are using the coronavirus pandemic to take advantage of vulnerable adults. Do not click into email links that look suspicious or give personal information to people that you don’t know. For information on how to stay safe, visit  https://takefive-stopfraud.org.uk/ Also remember to be vigilant over bogus doorstep callers who
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Domestic Violence help

23rd April 2020

We have looked at the GOV.UK website and here is their latest position on Domestic Violence: The government acknowledges that the order to stay at home can cause anxiety for those who are experiencing or feel at risk of domestic abuse. There is never an excuse for domestic abuse, no
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Mental health and wellbeing

23rd April 2020

Get help from Mind: If you are feeling anxious or worried about how the coronavirus might affect you mind mental health charity have some useful advice on how you can plan and take care of your health & wellbeing during this difficult time. https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/coronavirus-and-your-wellbeing/#collapseff1a7 Or get local help from: the
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Anti-Social Behaviour

23rd April 2020

It is important we all continue to follow the government’s instructions on how to stay safe at these times. This means staying at home and keeping your distance especially by avoiding gatherings. These are unprecedented times and it is important that we STAY HOME, PROTECT THE NHS & SAVE LIVES.
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Helping your children understand coronavirus

23rd April 2020

If you are finding it difficult to explain coronavirus to your children, Nosy Crow has just launched a brilliant book full of useful information that can help you. The book is written in simple language appropriate for primary school aged children, and includes drawings by the Gruffalo illustrator. It can
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Avoid having a clear-out

23rd April 2020

Whilst it’s tempting to have a clear out at the moment please remember: In most local authorities Household waste & Recycling centres are temporarily closed Bulky Waste collections are temporarily suspended Charity shops are currently closed. It is illegal to fly tip or burn your own waste or recycling. Offenders
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Tips for how to stay happy in troubling times

23rd April 2020

With the unfolding global coronavirus pandemic leading to people being confined to their homes, borders being shut and economic instability, it can be hard not to feel overwhelmed by the state of the world at the moment. The good news? Even in times of stress and anxiety, you can take
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Be a good Neighbour

23rd April 2020

This is a stressful and worrying time,  particularly for those who are isolated or unwell or have children at home, and for those who may work in our health and social care services. We would ask you to be a good neighbour to these people at this time by thinking
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