Braughing Housing Association
Braughing Housing Association came into being in October 1963 in order to raise money for building and administering housing accommodation for elderly persons in Braughing. Land for the building was donated by Mrs Stuart-Williams of Causeway House and following the award of a loan from Braughing Rural District Council, Orchard House, a block of seven flatlets, was built on The Street opposite the end of Green Lane. The first residents moved in during March 1965.
The Association is managed by a group of volunteers. Each flatlet is self contained with it’s own kitchen, hallway, bathroom and bed/sitting room and is suitable for single tenancies only. Should any become available a notice will be published in PS News and the Parish Magazine. Preference would be given to the elderly, most needy and those with a connection to Braughing.