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He doesn’t enjoy running, but Tenancy Manager Paul Whitehouse has managed to clock up 200 kilometres to raise funds for those in greater need than himself.
He doesn’t enjoy running, but Tenancy Manager Paul Whitehouse has managed to clock up 200 kilometres to raise funds for those in greater need than himself.
Bournemouth’s Ten St Paul’s hostel for homeless people is able to equip its new Recovery Café with a coffee machine, thanks to a £2460 donation from Verwood Masonic Lodge.
Giant banners marking October’s World Homeless and World Mental Health Day are hung on the building highlighting the fact that every hour of the day five families are being made homeless in England. While globally a person takes their own life every 40 seconds.
Growing well-being to help people face life’s challenges is the aim of a free course on offer in October. The Growth Project is organised by New Leaf Allotment, part of charitable housing association BCHA, and will be run at their allotment in Throop.
Young people taking part in the National Citizen Service (NCS) completed a sponsored walk from Boscombe Pier to Hengistbury Head on the hottest day of the year.
Bournemouth-based BCHA highlighted its ground-breaking skills programme New Directions during national Employability Day.
Boscombe Chine Gardens was abuzz with music and good vibes for the seventh annual Festival of Wellbeing.
YEAR 13 boys from Bournemouth School have raised over £915 for the not for profit registered Housing Association BCHA
New medical suite will improve access to health services for residents and rough sleepers. BCHA is appealing to the business community for help to create a medical and wellbeing suite which will both improve the health of people who find themselves homeless or in temporary accommodation and ease the strain on A&E.

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