To date, the past and current outgoing committees have worked on behalf of the members to the best of their ability and knowledge.
The work of the association and its members will be recognised through the provision of a bench on St Catherine's Hill Nature reserve.
However sad and disappointing it may feel that the members have reached the decision to dissolve the resident's association,
the committee are grateful for the past financial support of its members,
that will enable us to continue to provide the community newsletter.
In view of the need to continue the newsletter and respect data protect,
we will be asking all our email subscribers to reply to the next newsletter they receive in October, to confirm their permission to remain on our data base.
Your details will not be shared with anyone else and will continue to be for the sole use of receiving the "Community Newsletter" from us.
Could I also ask that if you are aware of any neighbour or friends within Jumpers and St Catherine's Hill Ward that have an email address,
it may be that they aren't subscribed to our email newsletter.
They will no longer get a paper newsletter so it may be helpful for them to subscribe
We are run by volunteers who give their time free of charge in an effort to protect the environment that we all enjoy whilst living in this beautiful area.
Throughout this site, Christchurch Borough Council is referred to as 'CBC' and Dorset County Council is referred to as 'DCC'. The new combined Bournemouth-Christchurch-Poole unitary authority is referred to as 'BCP'.
'WCRA' means West Christchurch Residents Association, which was our name prior to 10th May 2017 when we were obliged to change our name for legal reasons. There is a company registered in May 2017 by a resident of Ringwood called West Christchurch Residents Association Ltd with which we have no connection. Any communication that you receive from West Christchurch Residents Association Ltd has not originated from us.
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