Berwickshire Housing Association

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has launched a new initiative to help tackle social isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic and, at the same time, improve the digital awareness of its tenants by loaning them 4G enabled iPads.

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is working with Allanbank Arts to bring a Creative Hub to those affected through isolation or anxiety by COVID-19. With financial support of £3,000 from BHA through the Supporting Communities Fund (SCF), Allanton-based Allanbank Arts propose creating a ne

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has now let the first eight of its 29 affordable new energy efficient homes at Springfield in Duns. BHA purchased the site from housebuilder Springfield Properties. The site purchase was funded by a Scottish Government grant and was supported by Scott

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National Befriending Week is celebrated every year from November 1-7 providing a great opportunity to raise awareness about the positive impact befriending makes in communities and in people’s lives. To mark the occasion, Berwickshire Housing Association’s (BHA) Lottery funded BeFriend S

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and has also reached the milestone of having built 300 new homes. Berwickshire tenants took a leap of faith 25 years ago and agreed to be part of Scotland's largest single transfer of housing stock from a local auth

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has given financial support to the Swinton-based Horse Time charity to help fund its current programme of COVID-19 response workshops. The grant of £12,000 is part of the Scottish Government’s Supporting Communities Funding scheme allocated by BHA t

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Children can now enjoy a brand new ‘timber trail’ at Windram Park in Chirnside following the installation of new modern play equipment. The ‘timber trail’ and a new see-saw have been installed thanks to a £12,500 donation from Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA). The

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Since its inception eight years ago, Berwickshire Housing Association’s *BHA) BeFriend Project has grown from strength to strength and is now an invaluable service to the lonely and isolated. Back in 2012, Seton Care was a subsidiary of BHA and, with funding from Comic Relief, it decided

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Michelle Meldrum will take over the role of chief executive at Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) when Helen Forsyth retires at the end of October. Ms Meldrum joins BHA after recently leaving Gentoo Group in the North East of England, having been executive director of operations there since 2015

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has secured support for a number of its tenants to gain access and support through working in partnership with Connecting Scotland and Scottish Borders Council.

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is to work in collaboration with The Knowledge Partnership in a move it hopes will continue to drive improvements in the services it provides to its tenants

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