There are many important issues confronting us all now, such as the HS2, Housing Development, the Sainsburys Development, etc.
The Residents Association acts for all who live in Amersham Old Town, Amersham-on-the-Hill, Amersham Common, Chesham Bois and Weedon Hill.
We monitor planning applications and express our members’ views,
we provide representation at Planning Appeals,
the Millennium Flower Bed in front of the Free Church was planted by ADRA and is maintained by us,
we provide financial support for the hanging baskets in Amersham,
we provide financial support for the Christmas lights,
our committee members are in regular contact with Councils to help them prioritise pot hole repairs and the maintenance of footpaths,
our social events provide an opportunity to enjoy a convivial evening with fellow members,
we provide financial support to the campaign to Stop HS2.
Join today. It costs just £5 a year. The greater our numbers, the greater will be our standing in local affairs.
We need and would value your support. Your membership would strengthen the Association’s mandate, as we represent your views and opinions.
Please join. Help us to make your voice heard.
Click here to download an Application Form in Micorosft Word format
or Click here to download an Application Form in PDF format
We publish an Annual Newsletter:
Click Here to Download 2011 ADRA Newsletter
Click Here to Download 2010 ADRA Newsletter
Click Here to Download 2009 ADRA Newsletter
Click Here to Download 2008 ADRA Newsletter
Click Here to Download 2007 ADRA Newsletter .
The newsletter is produced in Adobe PDF format. This is a universal format. You will need to install Acrobat reader on your computer to view the file
Download the free Acrobat Reader software by Clicking HERE
If you think that you might be interested in joining the committee, we would be delighted to welcome you as a guest to one or more of our meetings before you commit yourself. Committee meetings are generally held on the third Wednesday of the month.
Bron Curley [Chairman]
Telephone 01494 724988
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