There are a number of ways you can get involved in PFH’s many meetings and groups, which focus on ways to further enhance our services, combat loneliness and isolation and gives residents an opportunity to make a difference within PFH.
The ways you can get involved are:
News and Views
Are you good with words and want to play a part in our bi-annual magazine, People First? Our News and Views group meets once a month across Hull to discuss the latest at PFH and determine content to go into the next magazine. It’s a good opportunity to get up-to-date and meet new people.
Our neighbourhood panels give residents a voice about local issues happening close to them. There are meetings held every month – speak to the Scheme Managers to find out more.
Resident-led Scrutiny Panel
The Resident-led Scrutiny Panel is a fundamental group which allows PFH to determine where it can further improve its services. The panel meets regularly to assess and scrutinise details which matter to PFH residents and work together to develop recommendations for PFH to adopt.
Board of Trustees
Our Board of Trustees consists of a range of people – including two co-opted resident trustees. This role gives the selected residents the opportunity to get into the heart of PFH and get involved with the shaping of the organisation.
Our Community Pop-In Centres
PFH offers residents several Pop-Ins conveniently located nearby to their housing schemes. These centres enable residents to socialise and enjoy a wide range of activities including: craft sessions, social lunches and entertainment performances.
The seven Pop-Ins, which are run by committees of resident volunteers, can be found at the association’s schemes in Arden Court, Barrington Avenue, Broadway Drive, Hebrides Close and Westgarth Avenue.
Express your interest
If you are a PFH resident and would like to express your interest in getting involved with the association’s various meetings and groups, please complete this form and we will be in touch to advise you on the best way forward.