Leatherhead Residents Association

The Association

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.

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Political Independence:

The LRA is not party political and welcomes all local councillors to its meetings.


Leatherhead Community Association

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What we do…

» 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, Race Nights and Coffee Mornings with Plant Sales 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

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Next Meeting

Next Meeting: 7th October 2019

At 7.15 for 7.30 in the Leatherhead Methodist Church, Church Road.

Agenda for 7th Oct 2019

  1. Apologies
  2. Minutes from the last Open Meeting, 6 August
  3. Matters arising
  4. Chairman’s Report to include general comments on the Local Plan, Transform, Rubbish Collection, The Children’s Centre and Epsom Hospital.
  5. Other Reports, including one from Hilary Porter on the “Happy Health Day” she has organised for 2 November in the Institute.
  6. Our speaker, John Evans, will talk on the subject of “Dark Skies Matter”, or how continuous light affects the life cycle of birds, animals and plants and, of course, on us.
  7. A.O.B.
  8. Our next meeting will be on 4th November and will be addressed by a member of the Food Bank.