The HHA has been in existence since 1964 and has been protecting the interests of the people who live here ever since. We care about Hampton Hill and are an independent voice for the community. Over the years we have represented and campaigned for what matters to the residents of Hampton Hill, as well as organising social and cultural groups. Our role changes with the times, but at our core, we are looking after the best interests of Hampton Hill. If you love Hampton Hill, please support us by joining today and help us to keep it a special place to live.
CREATING AND SUPPORTING THE COMMUNITY
We believe in supporting the community by holding social and cultural events. Over the years these have included: coffee mornings, a music group, an arts and crafts exhibition, lunches in back gardens, talks and organised outings. So, if you fancy starting a toddlers playgroup, a book group, holding a local history talk or something else that would benefit our community, please get in touch and we'll do all we can to promote your idea. We also produce a bi-annual magazine and e-bulletins to communicate anything and everything about Hampton Hill. If you have something of local interest that you think we should know about, please get in touch.
Can you spare a small amount of time to help us keep Hampton Hill a friendly community and a village you are proud to live in? Get in touch
Take minutes at our meetings & AGM
Arrange meeting venue bookings.
We have 4 meetings a year
Collect local information
Liaise with our partners
Provide text to publisher
Checking local planning applications to advise whether the Association should put in an objection on behalf of the community.
Arrange speakers and social occasions, eg occasional lunches.
To maintain our Wix website with relevant content and deal with incoming emails
Instagram and Twitter
Look after our social media by filling our channels with all things Hampton Hill.
Our coffee mornings are a great way to meet other members and find out what is happening in the Association and the local community.
Forthcoming dates coming soon.
Full details available from:
George Andrews has written a short overview of COP27
The United Nations has published 10 easy actions to help limit climate change
Everyone can help limit climate change. From the way we travel, to the electricity we use, the food we eat, and the things we buy, we can make a difference.