Since 1932 the Residents Association has sought to protect the interests of the residents of Fetcham in a variety of ways. Originally established as a Ratepayers Association, it has diversified into many aspects of local affairs that include Planning, Highways, Recreation, Aircraft, Schools, Police Panels and Neighbourhood Watch schemes.
The Fetcham Residents Association is a non-political organisation whose main interest is to represent and further the interests of the residents of the village. It maintains close contact with the Councillors elected by the village to serve on the Mole Valley District and the Surrey County Councils, all of whom regularly attend both the Committee and General Meetings to better represent the views of the residents expressed via the Association. Direct contact is also maintained with our Member of Parliament Sir Paul Beresford.
An Executive Committee manages the Association and meets monthly to discuss matters of current interest or concern. The decisions and recommendations are reported to the members at the Annual General Meeting in April. All members of the Committee are re-elected each year serving on a voluntary basis, and their experience is based upon a wide variety of occupations and backgrounds.Scroll To Top