Success for Outpost – Time Out Awards 2018

Our social enterprise Outpost Shop & Gallery has claimed success in the Time Out Love London Awards 2018. Outpost came in at 2nd place for Most Loved Local Shop in Holloway! This was no small feat for a small social read more

Ideas on a postcard exhibition at Kingsland Hub

Ideas on a postcard exhibition   Venue: The Coffee Shop, Kingsland Hub 242 Kingsland Road, Haggerston, London, E8 4DG Launch Date: 10th May 2018     Time: 5-7pm   In celebration of the PBHA community, this exhibition is based on ‘diversity’. The read more

Roy Appleton Farewell Exhibition

Outpost hosted a special exhibition (Not a load of Pollocks: I Told You I Was Under The Weather) celebrating the life and work of Islington-based artist Roy Appleton who sadly passed away in September 2017. Born in 1954, Roy Appleton read more

Annual Impact Report 2016-2017 is ‘Out Now’

We are pleased to announce that our Annual Impact Review Report and Value for Money Statement for 2016-2017 is now ready and available for viewing. It was unveiled at Peter Bedford Housing Association’s Annual General Meeting held Thursday 28th September read more

Kizitta Anning ‘Keep Smiling, Keep Shining’

13th April – 26th May Exhibition Preview: 13th April 6pm – 8pm Visit Outpost to view our latest exhibition, a sensational showcase of knitted sculptural garments, unique ready-to-wear pieces and textile wall hangings by Kizitta Anning. Kizitta says ‘Inspired by nature, read more

Feedback from Theory of Change workshop with tenants

In August, Peter Bedford Housing Association ran a focus group with tenants led by staff member Mandy Mansfield and theory of change expert Rosie Chadwick and Mandy looking at the difference Peter Bedford makes in our tenants lives. It helped read more

Clare Norton appointed chair of g320 Group

Clare Norton, CEO of Peter Bedford Housing Association, has been made chair of the g320 Group. g320 represents small housing associations in London – with fewer than 1000 homes – as part of the National Housing Federation London. Clare was read more