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he last shop in the Hillside Estate at School Mead will be opened within the next eight


weeks. It‘s all being finalised now at the moment. That means that for a few years, every shop is taken. Let‘s hope they all get our support. On Saturday, September 10, the naming of the


old Hillside Hall, which has been rebuilt, was done. The hall has been renamed the Tanners Wood


Hall by the parish and the ten flats over the hall have been named Hillside House by the Watford Housing Trust. To mark this occasion a fun day was held on


the School Mead Green, with a bouncy castle and sideshows. It had been decided that any money made would be donated to the Monday Club by the Hillside Residents‘ Association. It‘s a very deserving cause and we thank the committee for all their hard work. The Safer Routes to School Scheme is running


late. It should be finished before October. Hillside Residents secured a grant of £40,000


towards the redevelopment of the Southway Play Area. We are told that the building should start soon. The Hillside Residents‘ office has been upgraded to a fantastic standard by the Housing Trust and as a community, we thank them for this. Northcotts House, Long Elms, are starting to


have bingo, quiz nights and many other things for the residents and most of the time everybody is invited.


Stephen Giles-Medhurst opening new Tanners Wood Hall.


Butterscotch Row houses, in School Mead, we


are informed should be finished and the developer signs will be taken down. We are also informed that the pathway in front of the development will have been repaired by the end of September.


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