The Sanderstead Residents' Association welcomes new members to take part in its role in supporting local organisations for the young, the elderly and the well being of Sanderstead.
The Association which is non political and non sectarian is governed by its Constitution under which its aim is the promotion of the interests of the residents of Sanderstead.
The Association's newsletter, "Sanderstead News", is posted to all members of the Association and provides reports from our MP, the Ward Councillors and our Chairman. There are articles of local interests and advice on security matters provided by the police and Neighbourhood Watch. The magazine lists local organisations with their contacts and diaries of events. These items are also now available on this website. A youth page provides parents with information on all the Sanderstead youth activities from toddler age, to teenagers; for Scouts, Guides and sport.
How time flies! Congratulations to all who spot the "deliberate" mistake on the front cover of the Spring 2019 edition of the Sanderstead News, and apologies for the error.
From time to time the Association would like to be able to contact members via an email newsletter. If you would like to receive this news please follow this link to sign up your name and email address. Sign up here for Email Newsletter
At the Association's AGM members elect the committee and have the opportunity to question the Councillors and Committee on matters relating to Sanderstead. This year the AGM will be held at 8 pm on Wednesday 8th May 2019 in All Saints Hall, Onslow Gardens, CR2 9AB. You can Download the minutes of the 2018 meeting here.
Role of the Association
Today the role of the association is to promote the interests of Sanderstead and its residents in several ways. We are able to provide financial support to assist and promote Sanderstead based organisations perform their work within our community. We also continue to undertake the traditional role of a Residents' Association; resisting planning applications likely to disadvantage residents and raising concerns about matters such as the proposed closure of the Sanderstead Library and the Purley Swimming Pool.
Details of the Sanderstead Ward Councillors, Lynne Hale, Yvette Hopley and Tim Pollard, and the Purley Oaks and Riddlesdown Councillors, Simon Hoar and Helen Redfern, can be found on the Contacts page, along with all the officers of the Sanderstead Residents' Association.
Read the latest news from our Councillors on The Sanderstead blog.
Tuesday 19th March
Become a member
Find out about joining the SRA here.Membership
The Association has a small fund available to make grants to suitable local projects. Please follow the link to find out how to apply.Grants
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Local Organisations supported by SRA
Since 2012 the Association has funded, made donations to or provided the following:
- Remembrance poppies
- Sanderstead Library
- Signs in King's Wood
- South East Cancer Help Centre
- Sanderstead Neighbourhood Watch
- Hamsey Green pond
- 18th Purley Scouts, for flood protection work
- Croydon Carers Centre
- Friends of Kingswood
- 8th Sanderstead Brownies
- Sanderstead Neighbourhood Care
- Selsdon Centre for the Retired
- Repair of Sanderstead War Memorial vandalised by metal thieves
- Bench seat on the Gruffy by the Sanderstead Pond
- The Mayor’s Charity 2014
- Books and display stand for Sanderstead Library
- Friends of Wettern Tree Gardens
- Friends of Croham Hurst Woods
- Friends of Purley Beeches
- Christmas Lights in the Village 2012
- Sanderstead Churches Floating Shelter
- 8th Purley Scout Group "Girls enjoy Scouting"
- 16th Purley Scout Group contribution for World Jamboree
- 2nd Hamsey Green Scout Group repairs to scout hut
- Sanderstead Brownies 100th Birthday
- Selsdon Little Football League Sponsorship
- “Hear Me Speak” competition for Sanderstead Primary Schools
- Click here for the list of donations in 2018