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Dozens of people enjoyed a craft and coffee morning at BCHA’s multi-use premises The Factory in Alder Hills, Poole, which was held in conjunction with Dorset Scrapstore.
Urgent action and greater understanding is needed to cope with the fast-growing elderly prison population, says a leading support organisation.
Sir Vince Cable, leader of the Liberal Democrats, has praised the work of BCHA during a visit to our facility in Yeovil.
A successful first event at Poole’s The Factory has provided the springboard for future occasions.
The tenancy officer is planning to run 200km of events in just one year to raise money for Bournemouth Churches Housing Association (BCHA) – starting with the Weymouth Half Marathon this weekend (March 17).
The Mayor has been shining a light on a new ‘healing’ sensory room for domestic violence survivors at Poole Refuge.
A 16-year-old City College student and her friends have helped raise vital awareness for housing charity BCHA.
Charitable housing association BCHA is celebrating its second cohort of 23 graduates following the successful completion of the 12-week New Directions programme designed to identify routes into employment or further education.
A formerly homeless teenager who lost her hair to alopecia as a young child, has been gifted a wig by a Plymouth hairdresser.
An initiative aimed at giving people the self-belief and skills to get back to work has now supported more than two thousand people.

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