A Christchurch residents association since 1944
Christchurch Citizens' Association (CCA)
Generally, the CCA meet on the first Monday of each month at the Druitt Hall, Christchurch at 7.30 pm, except in January, July and August.
We look forward to seeing as many of our members and the general public who would like to come along and catch up on what has been happening in our Borough.
There will be an opportunity for you to ask questions of your local Christchurch Councillors.
The CCA is open to members and non-members of the public, although non-members are not able to vote.
If you have any issues you would like to raise, then please come along to our next meeting and we will be happy to discuss them.
The monthly meetings are usually attended by some of our Christchurch Councillors
The CCA is a Christchurch residents association for the town of Christchurch in Dorset.
The CCA was formed in 1944 by the residents of Christchurch, for local residents and businesses. Throughout this time the CCA has been at the forefront of many campaigns.
When it began, it was the only residents association in Christchurch, but as the borough grew and the population increased, other residents associations were formed, representing other parts of the borough. However, we remain for the benefit of all residents and businesses throughout the Christchurch area.
The CCA has always been and will continue to remain non-political. We are here for the residents to air their views on large and small matters.
We have a working relationship with Christchurch Borough Council who appreciate our input.
The CCA is led by the President, Chairman, Vice Chairman and Committee who meet regularly to discuss and take forward residents views and matters concerning the borough.
Membership costs just £2 per household annually. If you are interested in joining, then please use the contact form, or speak to one of our committee members at our next meeting, where you are assured of a warm welcome.
CCA - Committee Members
We are always interested to hear from members of the CCA who may wish to serve on the committee as there is always much to do. If you are interested please let one of the committee members know. Thanks!
Public Information Meeting
I attach a leaflet giving you all the necessary details regarding the public meeting regarding Town and Parish Councillors.
This is a non-political meeting. Politics do not come into being a Parish or Town Councillor, it is all about supporting the local community.
You can come to hear what is involved, even if you don’t think the role of a Town or Parish Councillor is for you, you may feel differently once you hear more.
Existing Parish Councillors and representatives from the Dorset Association of Parish and Town Councillors will be on hand for a Q&A session, they will explain how it all works and how you can support your local community and Christchurch.
Christchurch Borough Community Governance Review: Public meeting 28 June at Christchurch Baptist Church 7pm
Proposals for Parish Councils Christchurch Council (CBC) are seeking the views of residents in the setting up of Parishes within the Borough. The setting up of a Parish is a legally constituted organisation and can influence the way Christchurch moves forward whether we merge with Bournemouth and Poole or not. This is a very important
A community governance review is a process which invites the public and other interested parties to comment on, and submit suggestions about the most suitable way of representing local communities. You can read the Consultation paper here. Several of the Christchurch Citizen’s Association committee and other Residents Associations attended the above meeting on Wednesday 31
Local Government Reorganisation in Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch The purpose of this Extraordinary meeting was to receive the result of the Christchurch Local Poll and to consider making a suitable representation to the Secretary of State (SoS), Sajid Javid. The paper is 63 pages long and you can read it here. The question on the
RUMOURS are circulating at Bournemouth Airport that an announcement is imminent about it being sold. The talk comes after it was revealed that Sir Peter Rigby, chairman of a company which owns several UK regional airports, had been seen visiting the site. It was suggested that staff will be told about a sale later today, Friday, although
There is to be a Public Meeting at the Priory Church to which everyone in Christchurch is invited to discuss the proposed merger of Christchurch with Bournemouth and Poole at 7 pm on Monday 20 November. Please tell your friends and neighbours and come along and join in the debate. This is a meeting organised
Please be aware that the tenants of the Avon Beach Café/Noisy Lobster have made another application as follows and Christchurch Borough Council (CBC) must receive comments/objections by 22nd November 2017: Application Number: 8/17/3034/FUL Location: Avon Beach Café, Mudeford, Christchurch, BH23 4AN Proposal: Construct first floor extension along with internal alterations to ground and first floors
Christchurch Borough Councillors
Meet your local Police officers
If someone rings 101 and wants to speak to a specific Police Officer they should quote the Police Officer’s collar number.
The new Police Office is at the Fire Station on Fairmile Road. There is no drop in office or telephone outside the building but if someone needs to contact the Police either ring 101 or if an emergency then dial 999, the response time will be the same as before.
The Town Centre Neighbourhood Police cover the area from Bargates Railway Bridge to 2 Riversmeet.
PC Matt Leeding (2243)
PC SO Dave Carmichael (5532)
Dorset Police - How can we help?
AskNED is a Non-Emergency Directory. It is a service that combines the questions that members of the public have asked with contact details of those that can help.