Welcome to the official website of the Hughenden Valley Residents Association (HVRA) representing residents in Hughenden Valley, Bryants Bottom and Cryers Hill. The Association exists to protect the interests and enhance the quality of life of residents; our aims and objectives are to:
- promote and encourage community spirit and social activities
- be aware of the interests and concerns of residents
- seek resolution and make representation to various authorities where appropriate
- achieve the broadest based representation of the community by maximising the membership of the Association
In the past HVRA has organised the annual Potter Cup Quiz, Senior Citizens Evening, tombola at Hughenden Village Hall Christmas Bazaar and Bucks Fizz stall at the biennial Hughenden Village Day. Our magazine, Hughenden News, is delivered free to all members of the Association three times per year providing news, views and information about all facets of life in our area.
Households are invited to renew membership of Hughenden Valley Residents Association annually. Membership runs from 1st July to 30th June each year. In April/May, Road Representatives visit each household to renew membership. The subscription rate is £5.00 per household. Members can bring matters of interest and concern impacting on village life to the attention of HVRA and expect an appropriate response. If you are not already a member and wish to join, please contact the Treasurer.
A copy of the Constitution of the Hughenden Valley Residents Association is available here: HVRA CONSTITUTION – RATIFIED 17.9.20
The Executive Committee of the Hughenden Valley Residents Association consists of the elected officers (Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer) and Road Representatives from each road and area. The Executive Committee meets on the first Tuesday of every month except January and August. Meetings are held in the Hughenden Small Village Hall and start at 7.30pm (Note that meetings may be held by teleconference for the duration of the Covid-19 outbreak – joining details are available from the Secretary.) All members of HVRA are welcome to attend & speak at an Executive Committee meeting, just please inform your Road Representative in advance. Becoming a Road Representative is an excellent way for members to become more involved in the community.
Hughenden News is the official magazine of Hughenden Valley Residents Association. It is published three times per year and delivered to all members free of charge.
See this page for details of how to make submissions or place advertisements for publications in the magazine.
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