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The EAC Resident Consultation Service (RCS) is simple card game which informs managers and housing providers on how their residents value their home, the communal facilities, and the services they receive.
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Finalists will be announced in early March 2017. The winners will be declared on Tuesday 16th May 2017 at the Awards celebration in Birmingham at the Edgbaston Cricket ground
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