The Association

How We Operate

The NRA executive committee is divided into sub-committees each with responsibilities for specific areas. The sub-committees report back to the executive committee at its monthly meeting.


 

If you happened to be in Green Lane on Saturday 7th September around midday, you would have seen two gazebos erected near the War Memorial. The blue gazebo was occupied by the Northwood Safer Neighbourhoods Team giving crime prevention advice, whilst the green one housed members of the NRA Executive Committee handing our light refreshments to passers-by. By all accounts it was a great community event with plenty of shoppers stopping for a chat, a number of whom asked when we would be popping up again - watch this space!

Thanks to committee member Emma Brown who masterminded the event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The NRA committee had great fun on Thursday 13th December. They set up a gazebo in the town centre and dispensed festive cheer in the form of mulled wine and mince pies to passing commuters scurrying on their way home. Members of Holy Trinity Church, led by Rev Ann Lynes, began their Carols@Costa evening by coming out to the gazebo and singing a selection of popular carols with us. That got the evening off to a great start - thank you Ann.

During the evening, the results of the Christmas Display Competition were announced and prizes presented

Northwood Residents' Association Annual General Meeting was held
on Thursday 11th April 2019
at Northwood Methodist Church, Oaklands Gate

There was an excellent attendance at this the 53rd AGM of the NRA with around 160 residents as well as invited guests and members of the committee present.

We hope you are enjoying this year's Christmas lights. Thanks to London Borough of Hillingdon for awarding us a grant for the lights and to Robsons for sponsoring the illuminated tree in front of Greenhill Court. The whole project was master-minded by NRA vice chairman, Miles Gillman. He decided to install the tree himself with the help of new committee member, Paul Medlycott, and Explorer Scouts Connor and Lawson. Thank you to the team!

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the end of 2018 we invited residents to nominate their good neighbours, people who help to promote a sense of community by performing small acts of kindness. We received a number of nominations,

NRA held its annual reception for road stewards on 28th April at St Matthew's church hall. The reception is the Association's way of saying "thank you" to the road stewards who collect subscriptions and deliver newsletters during the year, and without whom the Association could not exist.