Berwickshire Housing Association

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has announced the appointment of two new members to its board of trustees. Stephen Scott is a business development manager at Fleming Homes in Duns, providing a first point of contact through to sale for budding self-builders and liaising with private clients,

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) chief executive Helen Forsyth has announced her retirement after 13 successful years in the role. During her time with BHA, Ms Forsyth inspired staff to become No. 9 in the Sunday Times ‘Best Companies not for profit’ section.

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Away from the stockpiling hordes, food bank volunteers are toiling tirelessly to make sure that no one goes hungry during the coronavirus pandemic and Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is doing its bit to help.

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Helen Forsyth, the current chief executive of Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA), has been appointed to the board of the South of Scotland Enterprise (SOSE). Helen Forsyth has been the chief executive of BHA for over 12 years during which time she has inspired staff to become number 9

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Berwickshire Housing Association’s tenant volunteers are lending their support to Berwickshire Swap’s Great Toy Rescue events. Berwickshire Swap have organised Great Toy Rescue events at Duns and Eyemouth

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Berwickshire Housing Association’s tenant volunteers are lending their support to the biggest partnership action against litter on the Berwickshire and north Northumberland coastline. The event, to be held on Saturday, March 21, is being organised by Sea the Change who have brought togeth

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has created a team of digital champions to help improve tenants’ digital confidence levels. As part of SCVO’s ‘Digital Champions in Social Housing Project’, BHA staff can now support tenants to improve their digital skills, build their c

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is supporting plans to upscale and evaluate the Hygge Club’s programme in Eyemouth to deliver more groups and involve parents and children. Originating from Scandinavia, the Hygge programme is an activity-based group focusing on aspects of wellbeing and m

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