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From Catherine Park Peyton - Chairman

Dissolution of Harrogate & District Neighbourhood Watch Association

At a Special General Meeting that took place on 15th June, the meeting voted unanimously to agree to the Executive Committee’s decision to dissolve the Association.

Existing Committee members are remaining in their current roles for as long as it takes to oversee the dissolution of the Association.

The Committee is now in the process of taking the necessary actions to implement this decision. However, the dissolution of the Association does not mean that there will be an end to neighbourhood watch activity in the Harrogate district.
It will simply mean that the Committee will no longer exist to provide assistance and guidance.
Individual Coordinators will still be able to continue with their activities as usual.

Once the closure has been implemented then any guidance or assistance will need to be sought from National NHW unless anyone is interested in taking over the role of Area Lead Coordinator for the Harrogate District.

Anyone who might be interested in this should contact us at info@nwatchharrogate.org.uk and the Committee will endeavour to facilitate an introduction to the role.


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