Berwickshire Housing Association

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Jane and Mary enjoy each other’s company Berwickshire Housing Association’s (BHA) befriending project for older people in Berwickshire, BeFriend, has been awarded five years’ funding by the Big Lottery Fund.

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BHA tenant volunteers presenting BHS students with a cheque for £600 Berwickshire Housing Association’s tenant volunteer group has presented Berwickshire High School students with a cheque for £600.

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A specialist service which supports domestic abuse victims with housing issues in the Scottish Borders has reached its 100th referral. The milestone for the Safe Housing Options service, operated by Scottish Borders Council’s Safer Communities team, was achieved in the space of just nine month

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Several rural housing associations have partnered on an innovative energy renewables initiative which has generated free electricity for tenants and reduced fuel poverty levels. East Lothian Housing Association (ELHA) and Berwickshire Housing Association worked in partnership with Edison Energy to i

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Steve Delaney from SFHA’s board of directors presenting Kathryn Taylor with a certificate Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) modern apprentice Kathryn Taylor has successfully completed this year’s Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) Apprentice Challenge.

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Parents and children enjoyed a fun-filled graduation ceremony at Little Reivers Childcare in Duns, Scottish Borders last week. Staff members were among those taking part in the "emotional" celebrations.

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Kathryn Taylor Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has congratulated its modern apprentice Kathryn Taylor after she gained a place at this year’s Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) Apprentice Challenge.

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Children, staff and parents came together for the official opening of Little Reivers & Kreative Kids new Playskape in Duns A child care service provided by Seton Care, a wholly owned subsidiary company of Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA), has opened a new Playskape garden in Duns.

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