THIS IS THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE PEOPLE OF NEWTOWN AND SURROUNDING SUBURBS OF WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND .
We have worked actively for many years to make our community a thriving, diverse, great place to live. We are one of the threads that tie the Newtown area together as a community, not just a suburb.
Join in and be heard!
Association meetings are on the 3rd Monday of every month except December and January, 7.30pm at the Community Hall 71 Daniell Street. They are open to the public and everyone is welcome. Should voting be necessary on any issue, only the vote of members will be counted. Membership is available to all (16+) residents of Newtown, Mt Cook, Berhampore and anyone who has an interest in Newtown and the southern suburbs.
Membership subscription is a gold coin. If you support what the Association does then it would be great if you could endorse that by becoming a financial member – the subscription is very low because we don’t want cost to be a barrier – we don’t benefit financially, but it can add to our credibility to be able to say we represent ‘x number’ of members. You can bring your gold coin to a meeting and sign up there – or you could drop it in to Jeanie at Next Stop Earth, 76 Constable St – Jeanie’s shop is open from Wednesday – Saturday.
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The Association in Brief
Newtown Residents’ Association has been an Incorporated Society since July 1963. The Rules and Annual Accounts are available on the Companies Office website, http://www.societies.govt.nz/cms – our association is number 216729.
We are a group of residents, business owners and people who work & play locally, who care about the community and local issues. The Association represents the Newtown, Berhampore & Mt Cook area, and has a very inclusive attitude towards membership. To join you simply have to be interested in these southern suburbs.
Taking a positive role within the community, the Newtown Residents’ Association is responsible for the very successful annual Newtown Festival.