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Welcome to our new
HHS Residents' Association Website

Wishing All Residents the very best for the Festive Season.
And a peaceful, healthy and prosperous New Year!

December News ... from Chesterton, Cambridge

Our Resident Association is a small band loyal volunteers who give up their time freely to help their fellow residents. Many of them have been on the committee for number of views but from time to time we have to say goodbye to one of our fellow friends. Mrs Angela Stocker has been on the committee for the best part of 50 years. We wish to thank her for all her hard work to our community. We wish her well for the future.
The Resident Association is always looking for new ways to engage with residents, we are currently underway building a new website for the residents Association. Please check it out let us know what you think of it?
Could you help Scrutiny Panel conducts a review of standard repairs at Hundred houses are carrying out we they would like to they would like to hear your feedback good or bad. The scrutiny panel is a sister group to that Resident Association who has the power to investigate matters more deeply than the Resident Association

News from HHS From September they have extended their office opening hours Tuesday 2pm to 4pm, Wednesday 10am to 12pm, Thursday 2pm to 4pm, Friday 10am to 12pm. The annual report for Residents has been published if you would like hard copy, please contact the office for one.
The coffee morning is held on the second Friday of the month for January 12TH, February 9TH  10am till 12pm it is completely free and it is open to the general public.
The Monday afternoon knitting/craft club meets at 1:30-3.30pm normally meets at the working men’s club but the venue can vary. You don’t have to be particularly crafty you could just turn up and do a crossword as it is a highly sociable event for further information, please contact Sylvia McGregor on 07546584333
If you wish to find more details about our activities and planned events, please look at Hundred Houses
Facebook page or email

Do you have news you would like to share on the Residents Wesbite? Get in touch and tell us about it.

Celebrating 90 years of
Hundred Houses Society


In the 90 years since Mrs Stevenson founded Hundred Houses Society in 1933. The design and location of the houses were important to her, she wanted them to look nice as well as being a functional home. She designed Eastfield our first estate with an area for children to be able to play in and community was to be at the heart of her vision of housing. The challenges are still as great as they were 90 years ago with many people struggling to be able to afford good quality housing in Cambridgeshire, whether in the private or the social housing sector. The government has placed more emphasis on the social housing sector to make sure that tenants/residents are actively engaged in having their say over their homes and how they would wish them to be managed. This is why your views really do count and will actively help shape Hundred Houses for your future of a modernise in order to meet the energy efficient targets which are being placed on social housing. The Residents Association aims to upheld her legacy of providing good homes that are safe and well maintained for everyone that is in need of a home. we will continue to work in partnership with Hundred Houses staff to make that possible for all our residents& or future. A massive thank you to all the past and present committee members that have deliberately given out their spare time to volunteer for our community.

If you wish to find more details about our activities and planned events, please look at our News and Events page or visit our Facebook page

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