Local engagement days
Our local engagement days are an opportunity for you to get involved, share your views on how we can improve our services, and talk to your local housing teams and partner organisations.
Our partnership days and resident engagement days are held across the country and mix family fun with valuable support and advice. Look out for posters and social media advertising events in your area.
Please note that in line with government advice we cancelled our 2020 engagement days to reduce the risks from coronavirus.
Clarion’s first virtual residents’ event
Thank you to everyone who joined Clarion’s first, virtual residents’ event.
We really hope you found the event worthwhile and enjoyed the presentations and discussions.
If you were not able to join the live event you can continue to access the portal to view a recording of the event using your email address and password for a further month.
Resident engagement days
At our resident engagement days, you’ll be able to access guidance and support while talking to Clarion staff and managers, while enjoying fun activities.
By coming along, you’ll be able to influence how we deliver and improve our services. The format of the days varies from region to region, but you’ll always get the chance to relax and enjoy yourself, while meeting other residents, learning more about Clarion and putting any questions you might have to senior staff.
Partnership days are attended by organisations that can offer guidance and support on everything from digital skills and community safety to domestic abuse and health and wellbeing.
The days are designed for fun too, offering a variety of entertainment, games and quizzes, as well as family activities such as face painting or recycling challenges.
By sharing our stories and views, we were able to help shift the perception of young people.
Meet Niomi – national ambassador
“My journey really started when I found myself pregnant at 18. After some time living in a hostel, I managed to secure my first tenancy when my son was five months old.
“My mind has always been focused on helping improve the lives of young people, so I did community volunteering placements for various youth programmes.
“As a national ambassador, we were given an opportunity to help create more positive relationships between older and younger residents. By sharing our stories and views, we were able to help shift the perception of young people.
“Coming out the other side, being a national ambassador helped me better understand my purpose and decide exactly what I wanted to do while supporting others.”