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The quality of life for thousands of vulnerable people depends on this programme and it must be properly resourced to remain effective and continue delivering strongly.Ben Collins, Chief Executive of the Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations said: Funding reductions will have a profound and expensive long-term legacy.Winners on the day included Somme Park in Derry/Londonderry, where residents won the Grow Your Own category for their vegetable plot, Abercorn Court in Portrush which won best Independent Living Scheme garden, Hezlet Court in Coleraine which won the participation award and Glenshesk Court in Ballycastle who took the top prize for most innovative garden.Felden in Newtownabbey was named Best Overall Family Development and Newtownabbey resident Colette Goodall won Best Individual Gardener.The competition is run each year by Clanmil to acknowledge and reward those tenants who take a keen interest in keeping the green spaces around their homes looking the very best they can.It also gives tenants with green fingers and a passion for gardening a chance to showcase their handiwork.

12 October 2017 Tenants are celebrating their recent success in a Northern Ireland wide gardening competition run by local housing association, Clanmil Housing Group.Brendan Morrissey, Supported Living Manager at Clanmil Housing, which operates Templar Court in Lurgan said: Supporting People has been an immense success for this area, enabling thousands of people to sustain their accommodation and live with as much independence as possible.However, increasing costs and reductions in annual funding are impacting on the long-term quality and viability of many services.Clare added: We are very grateful to the local community and their political representatives who have supported us throughout the development of this scheme.We look forward to continuing to work with them to ensure that Rosemount Mews is a great place to live.

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