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Fairhome proudly supports the Diane Modahl Sports Foundation

Set up in 2010 by Commonwealth Games gold medallist, Diane Modahl, the Diane Modahl Sports Foundation (DMSF) is a registered charity helping young people achieve their potential. Fairhome Group PLC is a proud supporter of DMSF, and we value our involvement with the charity. In the following videos we showcase the important work that is […]

New homes created by Fairhome during 2018

At Fairhome Group PLC we develop, manage and maintain quality first class homes for vulnerable people and work with partners to provide exceptional care within those homes. How many homes did Fairhome create in 2018? Did you know, between January 2018 and December 2018 alone, Fairhome Group PLC created 140 properties. This equated to 1,396 […]

Building a future through sport

Strong evidence shows that sport encourages aspiration, improves health and fitness, and brings communities together. Yet despite this, far too few young people, particularly in deprived areas have access to good sporting facilities, coaches and role models.

Historic farm building rises from ashes to provide homes for people with learning disabilities

An historic 400-year-old Manchester farm building which was badly damaged in an arson attack has risen from the ashes to provide homes for people with learning disabilities.

Salford-based specialist social care developer Fairhome Group Plc and Greater Manchester-based care provider Zeno Ltd have spent more than two years working in partnership with Manchester City Council, converting 16th Century Newall Green Farm in Wythenshawe into accommodation and supported living space for vulnerable adults.

The roof of the Grade II listed building, which includes a manor house and barns, was almost completely destroyed by a devastating fire back in 2014. Before that it had laid empty for a decade and had been subjected to repeated vandalism.