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HERE FOR YOU …

Your local RA exists to ensure that the Friars Cliff area of Christchurch continues to be the warm, attractive, friendly neck of the woods that we love so much. We not only keep a look out for any developments, proposed changes or other events that might affect us but, through regular quarterly meetings and social events (skittles, quiz evenings, summer outings, etc.), aspire to create a community spirit for all to enjoy.

Look through this web-site for information on local organisations, our own events, the history and geography (including maps) of Friars Cliff, details of the local infrastructure (including planning issues), a list of RA officers and other RA matters.

If you are not yet a member but would like to join, check who is your street warden (details on the website) and contact them. It only costs £2 per household per year (this is a minimum; you are welcome to give more). This entitles you to attend the quarterly meetings and to receive our quarterly newsletter – Friars Forum.

We look forward to meeting you…


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DCC = Dorset County Council, 

CBC = Christchurch Borough Council       ]    

BULLETIN BOARD

15th May '17 - AGM minutes added (at last!) both on the FCRA page and on our notice board outside Bure Lane PO.

23rd Mar '17 - LOCAL GOVERNMENT REORGANISATION
The battle for Christchurch to retain its independence continues.  A postal ballot is to be held. Details here.

CHRISTCHURCH COASTAL CONNECTIONS. Click here for details of proposals, including Highcliffe beach boadwalk.

NEW PLANNING APPLICATIONS are in for (1) Pinebeach Home, (2) Roeshot Hill Housing and (3)  permanent timber building on Mudeford Quay. Full details under Planning.

1st March 2017 First revision of Road Wardens' List since 2013! See List on FCRA Admin page. NOTE VACANCIES!

CONCRETE WALL ALONG AVON BEACH is to remain in place through the summer. Daily Echo report HERE. Details of the proposed works are under Planning.

CBC LEADERSHIP CHANGE. Full Report HERE.. At the BY-ELECTION held on 2nd March Paul Hilliard (Conservative) was elected to replace Andy Barfield. Sheila Gray (Independent) came a close second.

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