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Apart from BARA (Barry Area Residents Association) are there any other resident associations in ED between Dunstans Road and East Dulwich Road/Lordship Lane.?


Asking as it may be productive to have a meeting with members of these associations to talk about living in ED and if we have any common concerns or ideas to improve the area/amenities


The Friern Road T & RA is newly formed, and there used to be a residents group in Crebor street

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Hello Pugwash. Not exactly a residents association but I joined the East Dulwich society as a life member back in the 1970s but haven't received anything from them for several years. Wonder what happened to them.
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solar Wrote:

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> I joined the East Dulwich society as a life

> member back in the 1970s but haven't received

> anything from them for several years.


Did you keep any newsletters?


John K

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