East Dean and Friston

 

Benefits of Membership

 

East Dean & Friston Residents’ Association

 

* A Voice

 

The RA speaks for the community on matters of importance linking with

outside agencies.

 

* Welfare

 

A   team of willing volunteers are available to assist with village and

individual needs.

 

* Information

 

RA members have access to regular emails regarding local issues.   A Welcome

Pack is provided for all new residents giving village information and

advertising local clubs and societies.

 

* Support

 

Funds are raised via subscriptions, activities and the Annual Village Fete.

Donations have been made to local village groups and contribute to road

gritting on the Downland Estate.

 

* Environment

 

The RA funded and   continues to maintain the Greensward, a registered

Village Green on Deneside.   Street name plates have been replaced, litter

bins provided,   trees and wildflowers   planted to enhance the village environment.

 

Residents’ Association

Join the RA today

 

Single Annual Membership         £5 

 

Family Annual Membership    £10 

 

Email to … edfratreasurer@gmail.com

 

Account Name:

 

EAST DEAN WITH FRISTON RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION

 

Sort Code:                20-27-91    Account no:   60354813

 

Please confirm payment by email to treasurer

 

Reference:   House number/Road name

 

Or by Cheque,   payable to:

 

East Dean with Friston Residents’ Association

 

Please complete your details below and return to the Barn Stores.

 

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Residents’ Association storing and using the information as set out on this website

Welcome from the Chairman   

 

The East Dean and Friston Residents’ Association (RA) is run by local

volunteers with the task of giving support to the community, representing

your views to various       authorities such as: Parish Council, WDC, SDNPA

and our local MP, plus other groups where they can influence our community’s

wellbeing. It is also instrumental in providing village activities and

addressing    environmental issues to maintain and enhance the village

atmosphere and appearance. The RA communicates effectively via a regular

email platform conveying current local information & news

 

Our aim is to enrol and represent as many members in the community as

possible, thus enabling the RA to represent a broad spread of opinion on

aspects which may require an appropriate response.

 

We believe that with the many recent property changes in the area, we are

becoming   a more diverse and    younger community and our planning for the

future must reflect this.

If you are not at present a member of the RA I hope you will join us by

completing the attached application form to ensure we can reflect as many

opinions as is possible and   keep you advised of current village news.

 

Frank Flower