WHERE IS HAWKWELL? Hawkwell is a village in the county of Essex in the south east of the UK (map) with a population of just over 11,000.
WHY WERE WE FORMED? We were formed in 1994 in response to the proposed local golf course on green belt farmland backing onto Rectory Road adjacent to Clements Hall Leisure Centre in Hawkwell. Planning permission for the golf course was finally refused. We decided to keep the association running as a voice for the people of our area.
WHAT ARE OUR AIMS? We aim to advise and assist members on a whole range of issues. To protect and maintain local green belt. To publish and deliver to all households in the parish of Hawkwell a regular newsletter keeping residents informed of local issues and activities. To promote social events and support charities by general fund raising. To hold monthly committee meetings inviting members as necessary.
WHO CAN JOIN US? Any person over 18 and residing in the parish of Hawkwell. The current membership subscription is 50p per person per calendar year. The association is non-political and any person requesting to become a member of the Committee should not actively represent, support or work for any political organisation without Committee approval. Membership for those living outside the Parish may be granted at the discretion of the committee. Corporate membership is available at the discretion of the committee.
OUR CHAIR IS: Angela Heath (Hawkwell Parish Councillor), 2 Englefield Close, Hawkwell, Essex SS5 4LE.
OUR VICE CHAIR IS: Alan James (also vice chair of Hockley RA), 25B Belchamps Way, Hawkwell, Essex SS5 4NT.
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