whg will provide updates about any changes to our services on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and here on our website
Our office receptions are CLOSED unless you have a prior appointment. Please do not visit us without one.
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The government has instructed us all to continue to stay alert to control the virus. You should:
We have set up this dedicated coronavirus information page to help answer any questions you may have regarding financial and practical support, whg services and any other changes.
We will keep the page updated with the latest information for our customers, so please take a look and get in touch with us if you need further advice regarding your situation.
We want to reassure you that no-one will lose their home as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
To keep you informed about the status of all our services, we have created a chart which shows each of our services and whether they are running as normal.
We will provide as much support as we can to help you through this uncertain time.
If you are currently experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse you might be worried about staying at home with someone who is harming you.
There has been an increase in the number of fraud cases since the coronavirus outbreak, so we’d like to take this opportunity to remind you to be alert and on the lookout for scams.
Please read and take notice of the advice on this page in order to keep us all safe, allowing whg and the emergency services to use our time in the most valuable way during this crisis.
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