Improving wellbeing

The Sewing Rooms is extremely pleased to have successfully delivered yet another project that made a positive difference to the lives of members of our local community.

Good quality housing is an essential aspect of health and wellbeing, which is why we were very happy to be asked to partner with the Liverpool Housing Trust (LHT) to help revamp some of their properties using products made by our social enterprise sewing academy.

We provided curtains and soft furnishings for two of the Trust’s hostels.  Liverpool Housing Trust owns nearly 10,000 homes in the Merseyside and Cheshire area and is “committed to house people in good quality accommodation.”

Liverpool Housing Trust is part of the Symphony Housing Group, the largest registered social landlord working in the North West, and has properties in Halton, Knowsley, St Helens, Wirral, Sefton and Liverpool.

The Sewing Rooms made curtains, roman blinds, cushions and beanbags for the hostels, and tenants expressed their thanks for the colourful and cheerful designs.

Julia Kenny, a Health and Wellbeing Officer for the Trust, said, “I recently received an excellent service from The Sewing Rooms.

“The team was polite and professional, and myself and our tenants were really impressed with the quality of the curtains they provided.

“I will definitely use them again in future.”

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