North Camp Community group

About

The North Camp Matters Community Association (NCMCA) organise yearly events for residents to meet each other and to get to know each other, which builds a happy community. Open Forums (public meetings) are also held for residents with many different professional bodies, such as the fire brigade to give a talk on fire safety in the home, to meetings with Councillors and local Police Community Support Officers so they can take questions from residents.
The main events NCMCA organise are the Summer Fair and Winter Pantomime. Any money that gets raised by NCMCA, goes back into the Community. For up to date local news and information, please visit their website, Facebook page or the Community window within Camp Road.

NCMCA has two types of membership:
-Business Member benefits include business briefings from top industry experts, improved networking with the local community, team building events, stronger partnership with Rushmoor Borough Council and Hampshire County Council, a NCMCA Business Member window sticker, to show you are part of the team and two membership cards.
-Residential Member benefits include regular informative meetings with official bodies, special events such as craft fairs & comedy nights and yearly events such as the Christmas panto & Summer fair.

About North Camp Matters Community Association

NCMCA exists to maintain North Camp as an active and vibrant place to live, shop and work which helps maintain and expand the unique sense of community spirit that North Camp enjoys.

Good to know

User Cost/Charge Information
Business Member: £50 per year
Residential member: £10 per year

Find out more

North Camp Matters Community Association

Telephone
07956 366351

Email
northcampmattersinfo@gmail.com

Website
https://www.northcampmatters.co.uk/

Location

PO BOX 532
Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 4HL

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