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  • 13/12/2022

    5,000 hours of training to help Honeycomb Group teams become the queen (or king) bee of their careers

    We’ve supported our teams with almost 5,000 hours of training so far this year and hope to increase this over the new year.

  • 09/12/2022

    Supporting local people at risk of homelessness and rough sleeping this winter

    When temperatures fall near or below freezing, SWEP (Severe Weather Emergency Protocol) is activated.

  • 09/11/2022

    New CEO at Honeycomb Group

    Julie Guildford Smith has been appointed as Chief Executive at Honeycomb Group. Currently Strategic Director of Housing at Birmingham City Council, Julie will step into the new role next month (Monday 5 December 2022); taking over the helm from Diane Thompson who has served the business for over 30 years.

  • 31/10/2022

    Building much-needed affordable homes in Staffordshire

    Statistics from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities show over 10,000 Staffordshire households were waiting for a council house in March 2021. Stoke-based Honeycomb Group is on a mission to change this by building 210 new homes by 2024.

  • 18/10/2022

    Raising support and reducing stigma on World Menopause Day.

    Recent menopause research* shows 18% of women had considered leaving their jobs because of their symptoms. 70% taking leave due to their symptoms didn’t tell their employer the real reason why and 73% felt they couldn’t talk about their symptoms openly.

  • 23/06/2022

    Transforming support services with increased lived experience

    22% of Honeycomb Group staff now have lived experience, an increase from 14% in 2020.

  • 21/04/2022

    Creating forever homes for those leaving refuge

  • 28/03/2022

    Supporting people during rising costs

    Everything is going up. From April 2022, interest rates, national insurance, energy bills, petrol and public transport are all set to rise significantly. This will affect most families and households across the UK, but how will those already struggling be able to survive the crisis?

  • 07/02/2022

    A day in the life of a Communications Apprentice

    As an apprentice Will spends most of the week with the team working on internal and external comms, design work and website maintenance. The rest of the week, Will works towards his level 3 apprenticeship. Find out what a typical day as a Communications Apprentice looks like here...