The Leatherhead Residents' Association (LRA) seeks to conserve, foster and promote the enhancement and development of Leatherhead for the benefit of residents. It does this by providing a platform on which residents can express their views on issues affecting them, and by promoting activities that enhance community well-being.
The LRA is not party political and welcomes all local councillors to its meetings.
» Local Government: liaising with County and District Councils on major transport and development proposals
» Planning: supporting residents with representations on planning applications, where appropriate.
» Environment: promoting the conservation of open spaces, trees, footpaths and the Green Belt.
» Transport: promoting improvements to the Town's traffic management, parking and public transport.
» Health: advocating for the proper provision of health, social service and recreation facilities.
» Fundraising: organising The Open Gardens Day, to raise funds for environmental improvements including planters in the High Street, anti- litter campaigns and the clearing of the River banks
» Community Support: liaising with and supporting local action groups (Fetcham/Leatherhead Flood Forum and Norbury Park Liaison Group)
» Membership is open to all residents of Leatherhead over the age of 18 years.
» Annual membership per household is only £2.50 or £6.00 for three years.
» Join now and help make a difference to life in Leatherhead
Meetings are held in the Letherhead Institute (Room G6).
Doors open at 7:00pm for light refreshments. Meetings commence at 7.30pm.