EFRA

EFRA's Annual General Meeting 2014

All members were invited to EFRA's annual general meeting which was held on 28 May 2014.  Officers reported on a number of issues dealt with by the committee during the past year.  Afterwards members raised a number of matters for general discussion which the committee will follow up during the coming year, with progress being reported in the e-newsletters.  You can read the minutes on our website.

EFRA's Annual General Meeting 2014

Date: 
Wed 28 May 2014 19:30 - 21:30
Location: 
The new Log Cabin, Northfield Avenue

EFRA's AGM, open to all members, will be held on 28 May 2014 starting at 19:30.  Please arrive by 19:15 to allow time to join or renew your membership.

After the formal part of the meeting, EFRA committee members will be on hand to answer your questions about our work.

Minutes of AGM 2013

EFRA held its annual general meeting on 22 May and the minutes are now available to view on the website.  There was a presentation by Inspector Susan Hayward who gave a full account of the changes to the borough's policing organisation and the plans for restructuring.  This was followed by reports from EFRA committee members about transport and planning issues affecting the area during the year and an open forum where members raised matters of local concern.

EFRA AGM minutes 2013

EFRA's Annual General Meeting

Date: 
Wed 22 May 2013 19:30 - 21:30
Location: 
The Log Cabin

EFRA's AGM will be held on 22 May, starting at 19:30.  Please arrive from 19:10 to allow time to join or renew your membership.

Inspector Susan Hayward who is in charge of the Ealing 'cluster' (including our ward) will speak about the changes to local policing.  Our local councillors will also attend.

There will be a review of our activities during the year and an opportunity for residents to contribute their views or raise concerns.

Minutes of AGM 2012

EFRA held its annual general meeting on 31 May and the minutes are now available to view on the website.  Topics covered included a presentation by the Safer Neighbourhoods Team, reports from EFRA committee members about transport and planning issues affecting the area during the year and an open forum where members raised matters of local concern.

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