Santa comes to Greenock
Festive cheer at Cloch
Santa came to town early, as part of Cloch Housing Association’s FACE project to examine and improve customer service.
Staff at Cloch held a Christmas Fair in the Auchmountain Halls in Maukinhill, with fun and games and a chance to survey service users about Cloch’s customer service. The association said it was a great success, with over 100 customers attending during the afternoon.
The free event had plenty of attractions, including the children of Blairmore nursery singing Christmas songs and local arts company, Rig Arts keeping the kids in festive spirit with face painting and Christmas crafts.
A range of information stalls, including Inverclyde Carers Centre, Inverclyde Advice First and Future Skills were there and a few Christmas arts and crafts stalls allowed for some last minute Christmas Shopping. The raffle was very popular, with a number of customers going home with an early Christmas treat.
The free event provided tea, coffee and mince pies for everyone and was the first of a series of events that Cloch is arranging for tenants, factored owners and Care & Repair customers.
Andy Thomson, Housing Services Manager at Cloch, said:
“We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who helped make this day such a fabulous one and to all the customers who took the time to fill in the survey. It will go a long way to helping us through the next stages of our customer services review.”