Exmouth community group could fold without new members

THE future of a group which strives to improve the lives of those living in Littleham could be under threat unless more members come forward.

THE future of a group which strives to improve the lives of those living in Littleham could be under threat unless more members come forward.

The Littleham Residents Association has revealed it is in danger of folding unless it boosts its existing committee.

The group said a number of members were stepping down at the July AGM, and appealed for new blood to join.

A Littleham Residents Association spokesperson said: "For the association to continue we are keen to have a committee of differing age ranges that can give a fair representation of the community.


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"Littleham Residents Association holds four open meetings a year where people living in Littleham catch up on the many social opportunities in the community and communicate issues to local councillors and representatives from the police."

Littleham councillor Ken Harper said: "It would be very sad if the association had to fold as the group is a great benefit to the community."

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To learn more about the Littleham Residents Association contact Sue Saunders on (01395) 265766.

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