Membership of PHRA
At only £7.50 for annual membership or £5 for single person households. Pollards Hill Residents Association offers a range of benefits including newsletters, events and information about the area and a discount card.
One newsletter goes to every house in the area, and there will be at least two more (delivered to members only) during the rest of the year. It is a colour production on high quality paper. We hope you will agree that this is a good publication providing interesting reading and news throughout the year. Better still, we hope you will be inspired to contribute to future editions.
Pollards Hill Residents Association pioneered the local discount card, an idea taken up and expanded by our sister local associations in ‘Love Norbury’. If you have a Love Norbury Card, offering discounts in many local establishments, it is only valid if you present it alongside a Pollards Hill Residents Association membership card (or one from any of the other residents’ associations). Using the card at our local shops will soon save you the cost of your annual subscription to Pollards Hill Residents Association.
The association has an active committee that meets monthly (first Tuesday). The committee works to plan events, keep local planning and policing issues under review, and maintain contact with members. Committee members liaise with Croydon Council, Love Norbury, and other local organisations.
Become a volunteer
Volunteers are the heart of the association young or old, busy or with time on your hands. Please join us, and get to know your neighbours better and make Pollards Hill an even friendlier and happier place to live. During the snows we had many kind members keeping an eye out their neighbours to make sure everyone was well cared for over the coldest months. This is your opportunity to do something year-round.
We always need volunteers, from the odd hour or so, to full members of the committee. If you have any time and want to become more involved please do get in touch, it is a fantastic way to meet your neighbours and really get to know your local area.