A very warm welcome to the Forest Area Residents Association website. We hold cultural events, social events and campaign to improve the quality of life for residents and visitors to our area of Leytonstone. Everyone, who supports FORA’s aims, is welcome to join. We campaign to maintain and improve the quality of life in Leytonstone.
Forest Residents Association is based in and around the Leytonstone Conservation Area, centred around St. Andrews Church on the corner of Colworth Road / Clare Road and St. Andrews Road.
The association has no political or religious affiliation
Forest Residents Association was launched on April 27 2006 at an inaugural meeting in St Andrews Church hall, attended by more than 140 people. Our aims and objectives are:
To encourage a community spirit and promote co-operation among members on matters of common interest
To protect and improve the natural and built environment in and around our area
To protect and improve the general amenities, welfare, environmental and communal rights of all members
We hope to achieve these by:
Arranging social and other events to bring members together
Keeping members informed of local developments
Acting on behalf of members when needed
Fostering links with local groups and official bodies
Involving them in measures directed towards the conservation and improvement of the area
FORA is run by an elected committee in accordance with the FORA Constitution.
We’re always on the look out for new members, so if you live in the neighbourhood why not join us.
If you would like to join FORA, then please complete a membership form and return it with the appropriate subscription (£10 per household or £5 per household concessionary rate) to June Marvin, Treasurer, 1 Dyson Road – or to your nearest Committee member.
Pro-rata rates apply after 1st September each year.
If you have any questions, you can email us at Info.firstname.lastname@example.org