Trying to find out more about the Upnor Residents Association? You’ve come to the right place. Here’s all information available about the Upnor Residents Association.
What is the Upnor Residents Association?
The Upnor Residents Association was a group of local residents who met to discuss village issues, developments, businesses and other matters. They used to run the Upnor Residents Association website which seems to have been dormant since 2010.
You can read past newsletters, village updates and general Upnor news on the website, but don’t expect any recent posts. But all accounts, it seems that the website, along with the association, is no longer active online.
Who is part of the Upnor Residents Association?
The Upnor Residents Association used to be comprised of a secretary, chairman and five local street representatives. You can find the previous residents on their old website, however it’s unclear whether this information has been updated for 2020. The most recent posts on the website are from 2010, so it’s unlikely these residents are still active in the association.
It’s also unclear if the Upnor Residents Association itself has disbanded or is still active. By the looks of things, it seems that it has stopped running.
Get involved with Upnor
There’s a couple ways you can get involved with Upnor – whether to meet new people or be involved with the area’s council.
Upnor Village Facebook Groups
Want to find other ways to connect with Upnor residents? A few easy options are Facebook groups! They’re free to join, easy to access and help you get involved in the village.
Currently there is one main Facebook group: Upnor Village Appreciation Group <3 This group currently has over 600 members and typically has active members. You don’t need to live in the village to join this group, either, as it’s open to anyone who enjoys the village.
Another option is Upnor Community Group with over 300 members. While this group is half the size, it’s a private group solely for Upnor residents.
If you want to support local Upnor initiatives, you can check out Keep Upnor Green with over 600 members dedicated to campaign against housing developments in the village. Want to learn more? Check out our article: Esquire Development in Upnor | The Good & the Bad
If you want to get involved in Upnor, the Frindsbury Extra Parish Council is a good place to start. The parish is part of the Medway Council and includes areas like Upnor and Wainscott, plus other outlying settlements and Medway City Estate. Getting involved with the local council is a great way to better understand what’s happening in your area and how you can help.