Harrisville Neighbourhood Watch- Rural Association Inc.

  • Date: 1st November 2017 at 7:30pm
    Repeats: Monthly on the First Wednesday
  • Location

    Name: CWA Hall Harrisville
    Address: Queen Street Harrisville
  • Contacts

    Contact
    Name: Anne S
    Email: [email protected]
    Mobile: 043 887 9416
    President
    Name: Pam
    Phone: 07 5464 6769

Welcome to YOUR Neighbourhood

The Harrisville & Districts NWH Association inc.  is a community based organisation made up of everyday people from our community. Our aim is to improve the quality of life within our community by minimising preventable crime and promoting closer community ties. NHWQ encourages residents to join together for the purpose of improving the safety of their families and other people, who live, visit and do business in the area.  Success comes from residents being actively involved.

Meetings are held on the First Wednesday of each month. February – December.

We look forward to seeing you!!

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2 Responses

  1. Cambooya Wyreema and Greenmount Neighbourhood Watch says:

    Hi, can we speak to you about your incorporation we are looking at heading down the same path with our group. We can be contacted at [email protected].

    • M Price says:

      Hi, thank you for your message to NHWQ State Office. Perhaps you might liaise with Paula, the Secretary/Treasurer of this group for details, as per an email Tuesday which has the phone and email contact for advice. Best wishes with your group!

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