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Enjoy a free afternoon of fun-packed activities as BCHA’s Festival of Wellbeing returns to Boscombe Chine Gardens
In October, we will be launching our next round of applications for the BCHA Community Fund.
The seeds of a new communal garden have been sown at Pathways in Yeovil after a generous cash grant gave the green light to transform an overgrown outdoor area into a flourishing horticultural haven.
A mother and two children left homeless when their landlord decided to sell, have finally moved into their ‘forever home’ thanks to BCHA.
We are delighted to announce that Lorraine Mealings has been appointed as our new Chief Executive Officer.
This community cafe has been launched by Mario Sobczak, a BCHA resident, who has lived in Swanage for the past 4 years. The cafe will be open every week on Wednesdays between 1 - 4pm for all members of the community to pop along.
The current Marchesi House, a former sheltered housing complex for older people that was designed in 1975, will be demolished to make way for a new development.
A man who found himself homeless after leaving prison has told how BCHA's Exeter resettlement project which took him in has given him a new purpose in life.
Upcycling is being taken to a new level as an innovative project breathes new life into customers' worn-out bicycles.
BCHA have been successful in their application to roll out a Pause programme in Dorset to help women who have experienced, or are at risk of, repeat removals of children from their care.

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