Residents getting crafty

A huge thank you to the residents that shared their creative lockdown projects with us following the last edition of Talk magazine.

This time we’re sharing some pictures of Bedford resident Dee’s 5D diamond painting, a crafting activity that Dee describes as “fiddly but very enjoyable.”

Meanwhile, in St Neots, the Loves Farm community have come together to make a ‘Rock Snake’. Residents of all ages rolled up their sleeves to get involved in creating the snake using painted rocks. The brightly coloured installation is working its way round the children’s pirate ship play area and really is a sight to behold.

If you’d like to share your latest work with us please email your photographs to

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

bpha has always worked hard to ensure that both as an employer and housing and service provider it is an inclusive organisation and treats everyone fairly and equally.

Earlier this year, we formed a group to review our policies relating to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion which are now being considered by our customer panel via Viewpoint and a number of our staff.

As your landlord, we are determined to keep equality, diversity and inclusion at the heart of everything we do and have developed an action plan to ensure that our policies will make a tangible difference to the communities and individuals which we serve.

We will keep you updated as to the progress of our action plan in future editions of Talk Magazine.