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Windsor Residents Association

Registered

Charity no. 109081 Date registered. 28/09/2022

Public benefits

The direct benefits include reducing social isolation for those most vulnerable within the area, improved health and wellbeing, and enhancing the local environment. Futhermore the direct benefits from this purpose include promotion of programmes, events and services available for local people as information will be accessible through our social

media, flyers and word of mouth. The benefits can be demonstrated by the delivery and participation of the programmes and events within the community. Additionally by providing a safe space where local residents are welcomed and listened to. The community premises was established as a hub for the community, encouraging local people to engage in the programmes that we facilitate. We will also provide residents and volunteers with opportunities to learn new skills. Additionally the environmental projects provided by Windsor Residents Association encourages positive intergenerational relationships. We also complete evaluation forms for all of the programmes that we deliver and keep records of all we do. There is no harm arising from the purposes. The beneficiaries are the residents of the Windsor area of Whitehead and and Surrounding areas Our volunteers can take part in any training available which will enable them to organise, plan and deliver programmes within our community. The benefits would be that the volunteers will receive certificates which may help them in their own personal development. This is an incidental benefit.

What your organisation does

Windsor Residents Association is a community group that aims to provide the resident's of the Windsor and surrounding areas of Whitehead, with activities, services and information to improve their quality of life. The services provided include: social programmes for older people in the area. A range of Community events for all ages. Additionally

the group provide environmental programs. Other examples of the activities facilitated include, Community Clean ups, neighbourhood watch, maintaining the planters and community boat in the area. We also have a range of Health and Wellbeing projects and craft classes etc.

The charity’s classifications

  • The advancement of citizenship or community development

Who the charity helps

  • Older people
  • Tenants

How the charity works

  • Community development

Charitable purposes

The Association is established for the Advancement of Citizenship or Community Development and for the public benefit of the inhabitants of the Windsor Area and its environs. (Hereinafter referred to as ‘The area of benefit') This will be achieved through the delivery of positive community events, provision of volunteering opportunities and through regular contact meetings with relevant statutory and voluntary bodies to improve the conditions of life for local people.

Governing document

Constitution

Other name


  • 6 Trustees
  • 0 Employees
  • 0 Volunteers

Contact details

  • Tel: 07718494388

Public address

  • Windsor Residents Assocaiton, 10 Windsor Crescent, Whitehead, Carrickfergus, BT38 9SF

Trustee board

Trustee
Sandi Cass
Ms Ann Teresa O'donnell
Mrs Catherine Elizabeth Deddis
Mrs Celine Jane Rush
Mrs Sadie Robinson
Mrs Annette Gilmartin

List of regions

  • In Northern Ireland