Cutting the ribbon at Keepers

It was an honour to have been invited by our friends at Wigan Council to the grand opening of our new development, The Keepers in Wigan. The Mayor of Wigan was there to cut the ribbon, and the new tenants, staff, friends and family enjoyed an afternoon tea in the sunshine!

Designing the Future!

Jonathan’s flat looks like any other at one of our local developments. But inside it’s a different story, as Jonathan has a pretty unusual hobby… Jonathan has been with My Space for around nine months now, and feels really settled in his top-floor apartment.  Previous accommodation had contributed to his mental health issues, so it…Read More

Winter Walks

Staff and their families got together during the recent wintry weather for the first in a series of My Space walks. The group enjoyed a snowy trek around picturesque Langdale in the Lake District. More walks – and runs! – are planned for the future, giving staff chance to enjoy each other’s company away from…Read More

Kicking off with new kit!

We were absolutely delighted to have the recent opportunity to help our friends at Tranmere Rovers, sponsoring brand new kit for their adult Ability Counts team.  This means that the team – who have a varying range of disabilities – have the same training kit as each other, and all now really feel part of…Read More

Up for an award

We’re delighted to have been shortlisted for this year’s Inside Housing Development Awards, for our partnership working on one of our developments in Westhoughton.  The awards ceremony is this week and we’re keeping everything crossed that we’re successful!


Our Strategic Director Pete is taking part in this year’s facial-hair fundraising fest! One of the aims of Movember is to raise funds and awareness to tackle male mental health. At My Space we work with people with a wide range of issues, so it’s a cause we really care about. Click here to find…Read More

Hallowe’en Fun

Our CEO Andy and Strategic Director Pete joined an excited bunch of vampires, zombies, ghosts and ghouls (and their mums and dads) at Everton in the Community’s People’s Hub in Liverpool on Tuesday evening. The kids had a frighteningly good time as they played games, had a kickabout and enjoyed some spooky treats!