WERA people and organisation
- Road representatives
- Responses to consultations
- Looking after our environment
- Neighbourhood Watch
- The history of WERA
Membership costs £3 per household per year, payable to your road representative. We have over 300 members (out of about 600 households in the area).
- Baden Road and Clovelly Road: Jim and Ros Jenks (8340 3130)
- Danvers Road: Jeff Probst (8341 9517)
- Linzee Road: Alison Miller (8347 4133)
- Park Avenue North: Richard Green (8340 0725)
- Priory Avenue: Robert Giles (8340 0913)
- Priory Road (north side): Jazz Takhar (07985 524499 )
- Redston Road: Ursula and Guido Maestranzi (8340 2668)
- Warner Road: Adrian and Robyn Thomas (8348 4897)
- chair: Jim Jenks
- secretary: Joyce Rosser (8347 7684) email firstname.lastname@example.org
- the road representatives (see above)
- the WERA representatives on local committees:
WERA AGMs are generally held in July, and are advertised by leaflet to individual houses. The committee meets three times per year.
WERA produces a newsletter and various flyers each year which are delivered to member households. Past newsletters.
The WERA committee responds where possible to public consultations on local issues. If you are aware of such a consultation and would like the committee to respond, please contact the secretary; the committee may not be aware of the consultation, and in any case it is helpful to know members’ views. Some recent consultations
WERA coordinates the work of the Friends of Priory Common, a group of volunteers who look after the Common (the strip of grass and trees along the north side of Priory Road). Click here for their forthcoming activities, and to see what they’ve achieved.
WERA also liaises with the Haringey parks department over twice-yearly ‘compost giveaways’, when a lorry dumps in the nearest Ally Pally car-park a mountain of compost made out of our recycled food waste. Here’s a video of the first giveaway. We announce the giveaways via the various email lists.
WERA is a member of the Haringey Association of Neighbourhood Watches. We send representatives to their meetings, which are held in the Civic Centre and open to any local residents. In practical terms this means that we try to look after one another; for example, many of the messages on the Yahoo list are about security matters.