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What does BHCC stand for?
BHCC stands for Brighton and Hove City Council (UK)
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We have 26 other meanings of BHCC in our Acronym Attic
- Box Hill City Band (Box Hill, VIC, Australia)
- Balochistan High Court Bar Association (Pakistan)
- Belle Haven Country Club (Alexandria, VA)
- Bernardo Heights Country Club (San Diego, CA)
- Bettendorf Health Care Center (Iowa)
- Beverly Hills Cigar Club (Los Angeles, CA)
- Black Hills Climbers Coalition
- Bloomfield Hills Country Club (Bloomfield Hills, MI)
- Botsford Health Care Continuum (Michigan)
- Brain Health Centre Clinic (Canada)
- Brighton Hill Community College (UK)
- British Hellenic Chamber of Commerce
- Bunker Hill Community College (Massachusetts)
- Burke Health Care Center (Burke, VA)
- Burlington Healthy Community Coalition (Burlington, WA)
- Busy Hour Call Completions
- British Hobie Cat Class Association (UK)
- Black Hawk County Conservation Board (Iowa)
- Brighton and Hove Crescent Cricket Club (UK)
- Black Hawk Central City Sanitation District (Colorado)
Samples in periodicals archive:
uk Travel Business Review - 02 July 2012 Brighton and Hove City Council has given its backing to a spa resort on the Brighton seaside.
But the club cancelled the traditional event because of concerns over "treacherous conditions" for swimmers, Brighton and Hove City Council said.
Taz, a five-year-old border collie, was taken into the care of Brighton and Hove City Council after his owner, Ronald West, ignored repeated orders to improve his diet.
NCP employs 100 staff who pound the streets on behalf of Brighton and Hove City Council.
The condition was imposed this week by a licensing panel at Brighton and Hove City Council.
Brighton and Hove City Council said the new system for children starting secondary school in September next year would be fairer to pupils from less affluent homes.
Yesterday it was revealed Brighton and Hove City Council is to become the first authority in the country to allocate school places on a lottery basis to stop middle-class parents dominating the best secondaries.