Who we are and what we do

The Rowney Green Association, known as the RGA, was established in 1988 for the purpose of coordinating villagers’ responses to expansion of Redditch towards Rowney Green and the proposed Alvechurch by-pass. It continues to look after the interests of the community, the built environment and its rural setting in accordance with its Constitution.

The RGA liaises with the Local and Highway Authorities, Worcestershire Wildlife Trust, Utilities and other organisations as necessary, to flag up issues potentially detrimental to the community and the environment, including strategic and local planning, road safety, refuse collection etc.

If it matters to the village it matters to the RGA !

Help Rowney Green remain the village that first attracted you

 

Membership of the RGA is open to all households in the Rowney Green area. Subscriptions are £4 for one year or £10 for three years.

Membership gives the right to vote at the AGM and other meetings, to offer to sit on the Executive Committee. In that way, members have a direct say in the day to day management of their neighbourhood.

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RGA Committees

Meetings are held on a bi-monthly basis at the Village Hall. All members are encouraged to attend.
In between meetings you can contact Committee Members direct as follows:

Andrew May (Chair) :  andrewmay72@btinternet.com

Andy Dunkers (Vice Chair) :  andy.dunkers@talktalk.net

Rick Chima  (Treasurer & Membership Secretary) :  rickchima@gmail.com

Sara Kitchen (Secretary) :   lskitchen@talktalk.net

Nigel Evans (Trustee) :  nre@nigelevans.co.uk

Maggie Moore (Trustee) :  maggie-moore@live.co.uk

Committee members are elected in May each year at the Annual General Meeting.
Contact the Secretary if you wish to stand or to nominate someone.

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Welcome to new villagers

The RGA extends a warm welcome to new residents by delivering to their new home a Welcome Pack prepared by the RGA.  This contains a voucher for their first drink free of charge at The Goat and Trousers pop up Friday night pub at the village hall. And to help them settle in, it also contains information about services and amenities in Rowney Green and the local area .   Of course, the pack includes an invitation to join the RGA.   If you know of a new arrival that we’ve somehow missed do please let one of the RGA Committee members know.

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Connections and Partnerships

The RGA is pleased to work closely, or to engage, with the following local organisations: