The Dorridge and District Residents Association was formed in 1961. The Association has no political or religious affiliation. The Objective of the Association is: “The protection and furtherance of the interests of the Residents of Dorridge and District and the preservation and improvement of amenities of the Area”There are 15 committee members and a smaller admin. committee which meet on a quarterly basis. We encourage local residents to join us and are looking to ensure all sections of our community are represented. One of its early activities was to raise funds for the Dorridge Village Hall, which was where Dorridge Day originated from, though now that is run as a charity event by K & D Round Table.
We have just been presented with the press release that has been embargoed until Thursday. Ben Littman from Sainsbury’s came to personally present and clarify the statement which is as follows: Sainsbury’s update re Forest Court development in Dorridge […]
We have received a response to our letter of complaint sent last month asking Sainsbury’s to take responsibility for resolving the situation at the Forest Court site. This is his response. ========= Dear Mr Spencer, Thank you […]
A local campaign group led by local resident Lynda Hatcher has set up a petition and has asked us to help publicise it ahead of a meeting Caroline Spelman has with Sainsbury’s towards the end of April. The petition can […]
You may have heard that Justin King has written to local residents to say that because of various factors, Sainsbury’s are not going to redevelop Forest Court this year. Indeed the letter (the contents are available here) does not indicate […]
The defibrillators are installed and we understand that one in Dorridge has already been used in anger. We have had massive support and encouragement from Terry Flower of FastAid and though FastAid we can arrange for training for anyone who is interested […]
June 25, 2012
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