Be involved

There are many ways you can get involved with Bolton at Home.

Tap on the tabs below to learn more about some of the ways you can get involved:

Resident Voices Channel: complete surveys. Improve your neighbourhood. Get rewarded.

Decorative image displaying the Resident Voices Channel logo. Links to boltonathome.org.uk/resident-voices-channel

Give your opinion to improve the services you get from us, suggest new ideas, and get free shopping vouchers- all from the comfort and safety of your own home.

Be part of our new Resident Voices Channel (RVC) and share your thoughts to help us deliver a better service for your community.

Click here to learn more about our Resident Voices Channel.

Join our Operations Committee or become a Board Member

Our Board:

The Board is a group of appointed members who jointly oversee the activities of the organisation.

Our Board sets the strategic direction and is accountable to BH customers and other stakeholders for our overall performance in delivering housing and regeneration services to its customers. You can learn more about our board, and see vacancies when they're available at: www.boltonathome.org.uk/about-the-board.

Our Group Operations Committee:

Members of our Group Operations Committee make sure that our frontline services are working to provide the best possible services for our tenants and other customers in our communities.

At any one time the Committee is made up of around seven people, with at least half of members being tenants, former tenants or other customers of our services. You can learn more about our Operations Committee, and see vacancies when they're available at: www.boltonathome.org.uk/operations-committee-meetings.

Help us improve our services

  • If you are over 55 you can come along to our Seniors in Partnership group. Here you can share experiences and discuss local issues and service. Contact our Activities Co-ordinator Lesley Tyrer on 01204 329678 for more details.
  • If you meet the eligibility criteria, you can become a member of our Resident Voices Channel and have a say on how we deliver services (click here to learn more about our Resident Voices Channel).  
  • Complete the online form below to grade the grounds maintenance in your area. Is it excellent? Is it poor? Let us know by fillin gout the online form below:
Grounds maintenance checklist form

Please make sure you look at the photo standards beforehand: 

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Support our Grounds Maintenance Customer Panel

  • The Neighbourhood Services Team invites customers to get involved in our service by being part of our Grounds Maintenance Customer Panel.
  • This involves residents assisting us with measuring customer satisfaction of our grounds maintenance service. Checks are carried out approximately four times a year and residents can choose to take part in one or all of the checks, depending on what suits them.
  • We provide all training and then send residents out in teams of two or three to complete the checks. Residents check the quality of grass cutting, shrub pruning and weed spraying on our estates. The results influence the incentive payments that Glendale may receive as part of their contract.

Get in touch by contacting us on 01204 328000 or alternatively via email on bh_neighbourhoodservices@boltonathome.org.uk

Make a change in your community

  • Join a community group or tenants and residents association. There are a number of these across our estates and they are a great way to help improve your community.
  • If you're interested in joining or finding your nearest community group, contact the Community Investment Team on 01204 329572 or 01204  327992, or send us a text by sending CITEAM and your message to 80800 or email ceteam@boltonathome.org.uk.

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Volunteer in Europe

Foundation for the Future LogoThanks to funding from the Foundation for the Future partnership, we're able to offer all-expenses-paid volunteering opportunities abroad where you'll have the chance to work alongside charities FAST Romania or Otalom (Heated Streets) in Hungary. We also have opportunities in available in Slovenia supporting a charity called ZNI.

To learn more about these opportunities, tap here: www.boltonathome.org.uk/volunteer-in-europe.