In the 10 years since its creation, Plymouth Community Homes has dedicated itself to providing quality housing for the people of the city and the surrounding areas.

We’ll be publishing 10 new heartwarming tales on this site each day, until there are 100 stories celebrating
our role at the heart of our communities and the work, people and innovation that makes it a success.


Living in America

We acquired 89 social rent homes in Little America and three further homes in other parts of the city from a leading social housing provider.

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Duvet Donation

Duvet day

We donated spare duvets to Trevi House, a specialist facility for women with drug and alcohol misuse issues and their children.

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A common goal

Tony Dawes and his walking football team are always on the lookout for new players to help improve people’s health and make new friends.

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Luke Pollard

Luke Pollard

A decent home is the foundation for a good life, and PCH has been providing decent homes for people in Plymouth for a decade.

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Bill Bannister

Devonport is a place Bill is very familiar with. The former Navy man has been all over the world, yet here is where he calls home.

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John Cannock

John was a resident of Innes House and moved to Africa. Years later, after leaving the RAF, he opened his own satellite TV shop in Saltash.

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Grow, Share, Cook

A film produced for Grow, Share, Cook enjoyed its premiere in the city centre, with a number gathering around the big screen on the Piazza.

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Rose Hodgson

A close shave

PCH resident Rose Hodgson shaved all her hair off to raise money for St Luke’s Hospice and donated her hair to a children’s charity.

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Clowance Street

No place like home

When families moved back into the newly-refurbished Clowance Street flats, they were certainly pleased to have somewhere to call home again.

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On the ball

We’ve worked with Plymouth Raiders’ players and coaches to provide a series of free basketball coaching sessions for children in Devonport.

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