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Brussels British Community Associaton & CHS

BBCA is an umbrella organisation which provides visibility and networking opportunities for its members and acts as an information source. Among its other activities BBCA publishes a regular newsletter. In the latest edition, Harry Pomerantz, Clinical Director of the CHS, contributes an article detailing the comprehensive nature of the service offered by the organisation.

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Welcome Support for CHS

On Thursday December 5 Jonathan Brenton, the British Ambassador to Belgium, presented a cheque for €7000 to the Community Help Service (CHS). The presentation took place at the annual Christmas Cocktail hosted by the British Chamber & Brussels British Community Association (BBCA) at the British Residence in Brussels.

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The CHS Stand...

The CHS Stand was to be found at the British School of Brussels' Christmas Bazaar on Saturday December 7, giving people a good opportunity to buy the 2014 CHS Calendar, and to pick up details of the range of different services that CHS offers. Calendar sales went well and it was good to see so many visitors dropping by our stand.

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Vote for CHS

Support ING Bank’s solidarity campaign. As an example of its belief in social responsibility, ING bank will donate 1000 euros to 55 Belgian charitable organisations in December. It is up to the public to choose which organisations will be the winners.

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Meet The BRATS at the Café Littéraire!

On Wednesday November 27 at 7pm Le Méridien hotel in central Brussels hosted the BRATS at their November Café Littéraire. The authors presented their book, Retiring in Belgium - A Guide for Expats, highlighting some of its key contents:

  • The impact of retiring, the financial aspects, aids to decision making and planning.

There was plenty of time for questions, answers and discussion and all proceeds went to CHS and the British Charitable Fund. Thanks to Waterstones for curating the event. Further copies of the Guide are available at their Adolphe Max branch.

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