BBHA

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AcronymDefinition
BBHABermuda Ball Hockey Association
BBHABristol Bay Housing Authority (Dillingham, AK)
BBHAByker Bridge Housing Association (est. 1973; UK)
BBHABroad-Band Horn Antenna
BBHABoston Braves Historical Association
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The performers, who come from Virginia House Hostel run by The Cyrenians, Byker Bridge Housing Association and the Streetwise Choir North East based at The Sage Gateshead, recorded their part of the project at St Chad's Church in Bensham, Gateshead last year.
Restaurant-goers last year raised pounds 10,000 for the homeless through the appeal, of which organisations such as The People's Kitchen, Byker Bridge Housing Association and The Depaul Trust benefited.
Marie Graham, of Byker Bridge Housing Association, which provides support for homeless and vulnerable people, said falling temperatures would mean more people using their services.
The ornate Beavans building on Shields Road in Newcastle was converted into 31 affordable flats for single people by Tyne Housing Association, previously Byker Bridge Housing Association.
Wayne Gibson, 45, of Byker Bridge Housing Association Stole two jackets valued at PS120 from TK Maxx on October 6 and padlocks worth PS65.97 from Wilkinson, Newcastle, on October 25.
Byker Bridge Housing Association hopes to build 42 flats, in one three and one five-storey blocks, on Foundry Lane underneath the road bridge.
Alexander Burns, 27, Byker Bridge Housing Association. Admitted riding a bicycle between the hours of sunset and sunrise without lights in Jesmond on May 28.
The practice has been shortlisted for the conversion of the upper floors of the former Beavan's department store in Shields Road, Byker, Newcastle, into 30 flats for Byker Bridge Housing Association.
Marie Graham, of Byker Bridge Housing Association, said: "We have decided to withdraw this application due to costs of the remedial work needed and the views of the community.
Polly explained the money will be divided between several homeless charities including the Byker Bridge Housing Association, The Depaul Trust and The People's Kitchen.
Byker Bridge Housing Association hopes to build 42 flats, in one three and one five-storey block, on Foundry Lane underneath the road bridge.
The charities to benefit this year include the People's Kitchen in Newcastle and Byker Bridge Housing Association, both of which work with homeless people.