Volunteers required!

Volunteer Road Stewards Urgently Needed. 

We have a network of volunteer Road Stewards, who each deliver the Guide to the members in his or her street, collect the annual subscriptions and act as an informal link with the Association. You could also volunteer to join our committee. Whether you become a committee member or a road steward, it’s a good way to get to know your neighbours, the area and the Association. We are now looking for volunteer Road Stewards for the following streets:
 
 
 
1.  Meadowsweet Close and ...

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In particular, if you have recently moved into:
 
2. Dowding House, Hurricane House or Spitfire House at Trinity Place, above Waitrose
3. St Catherine's Place,
4. Greenview Drive,
 
we’d really like to hear from you.

If you would like to discuss becoming a Road Steward, please click the link here to contact our Distribution Manager, Andrew Barwick, and we’ll be happy to make contact.

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Calling all local residents

Whether you already live locally, have just moved into the area from elsewhere in Merton or are a new resident from further afield, the Raynes Park & West Barnes Residents’ Association welcomes new members.  Membership of the Association costs just £3:00 per household per annum.

Established in 1928, The Association has worked continually with local Councillors, businesses and other organizations to serve the community, nurturing and preserving local amenities and maintaining the character of the area. We care about our community; our schools and colleges, history, policing, health services, public transport, roads, foot-paths, parks and open spaces. We also publish The Guide, a monthly journal with pages of local news, features and reports from our affiliated clubs and social organizations; as well as lots of other interesting information. Outings to places of interest are also arranged and are popular. The letters section usually has many contributors and is a good barometer of the local issues that concern residents.

 We also hold quarterly meetings which all Members are invited to attend - an opportunity to get to know your fellow residents from across the area.

 We welcome new members - the larger our membership the more pressure we can exert on officialdom in matters of local concern.

 If you would like to become a member, please click on the link here to contact our committee member, Andrew Barwick.

Please let us know if you might be able to help the Association in any way, or would like more information.

 

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