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The Wimbledon Community Association was founded in 1946 by a local group headed by Sir Cyril Black MP with the aim to promote the well-being of the broad community based around Wimbledon, to further cultural, social and physical welfare, and to foster a spirit of mutual service and friendship.

An independent registered charity, it is non-party political, non-sectarian and non-discriminatory on any social grounds.

Recently, about 100 groups used the Community Centre annually. These covered a multitude of self-help, leisure, educational, health, consultancy and sporting enterprises embracing all age groups and all backgrounds.

 

 

 

 


 

Wimbledon Community Association Annual General Meeting

23 September at Mansel Road Community Centre SW19 4AA - 7.30pm

Further to communications with previous users and members in July this year we are pleased to confirm that the 2013 Wimbledon Community Association Annual General Meeting (WCA AGM) will take place on Monday 23 September at Mansel Road at 7.30pm. Refreshments will be served from 7.00pm.

As previously indicated on the website the St Georges Road community centre had to be closed to the public in 2012. The sale of the WCA interest in the site to Merton Council was finally completed in June 2013. The building has now been demolished and the Council will be determining the future of the site.

In the meantime the new Trustees and Secretary at the WCA have been in discussion with potential partner organisations and are considering various options on how best to use the proceeds from the sale in line with the charitable objects of the WCA.

In addition to the routine items of minutes / accounts etc the WCA AGM includes an item on the agenda for the Future of the WCA.

All previous members and users are cordially invited to this yearís AGM. If you are expecting to attend and havenít informed us already it would be helpful if you could email us at wca@wimbledoncommunity.org.uk or ring and leave a message on our new shared landline 020 8542 0638.

Following the AGM we will be making further announcements and providing further information on this website about the WCA and its future plans.

If you need to contact us in the meantime we would be pleased to hear from you.

Thank you for your support.


David Hall
Chair of Trustees WCA
 



 

 

Wimbledon Community Association Limited
c/o 66 Kings Road
Wimbledon
London SW19 8QW
Tel: 020 8542 0638
Email: wca@wimbledoncommunity.org.uk

Registered Charity No 1097305

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