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 is now online and has a Facebook page.  This is accessible on application.  Currently, Highlands Ward residents are eligible to join; with honorary additions such as those in public service to our community.
This invitation will be extended to other residents in the new Oakwood and Ridgeway Wards after May 2022.
Forthcoming events and items or developments of local interest may be posted by the Committee - and by members, subject only to scrutiny by Moderators.
WERA is also evaluating a presence on other Social Media.  
We don't expect problems but please contact us with concerns about these forums or their subject matter.

e-Mail WERA at  
e-Mail the Webmaster at: stephen.elston@btinternet.com

Non-urgent issues are addressed during our informal 'Committee Only' meetings, held each quarter and usually in a quiet corner of the Jolly Farmers pub but more sporadically by Zoom online in current circumstances.
If any matter requires immediate attention we will confer and act without delay!

Location:  our six individual Committee Members can be reached using the following numbers:



John Allan (Corresponder)

020 8363 1705

Tony Burton

020 8363 5054.

Dave Cockle (Moderator)

020 8366 2242

Stephen Elston (Moderator)

020 8366 9908

Jackie Smith

020 8366 6371

Dudley Willan

020 8363 1513 (dial full number)

Membership:  Offline membership remains a respectable 1,200 (and we are seeking to recruit more participants online through FACEBOOK).
How to join:  currently anyone living in Highlands Ward is welcome to join WERA.
This invitation will be extended to residents west of Oakwood Parade after May 2022.
If you are not yet a member simply contact our Membership Secretary (Jackie Smith).
No form filling is required, we just need your family name and first line of address.
Membership of the Association is free and for as long as you wish.

Communications:  Your Committee wants to engage residents in an open, constructive and civilised exchange of news, views and needs.
We are also keen to share useful information about everything in and around Highlands Ward through our website and on social media.
Publication will always be discretionary and regulated in terms of who will read and what we print and when it is visible.
So - if YOU believe anything you have to say would be
relevant for others in the Ward to know, we'd be pleased to hear from you.
The same applies if you have any comments about accessibility of content on these pages.
Our site is up-dated frequently.  Why not add us to your favourites list for quicker reference.

General Data Protection Regulations
WERA holds very few e-mail addresses in its records and, as a matter of policy, will not broadcast directly to members in this way. 
Nor will it disclose unneccesarily the identity of other members.
If you think we have your e-mail address and you wish to leave our list please let us know. 
Home addresses 
will never be published and are checked by the Committee only on a 'need to know' basis.

The Press:
A particular topic might be worth reporting (or a pertinent article might be quoted on this site or requoted through our Social Media).
In such circumstances we may have recourse to local newspapers.
The Enfield Independent (now available more readily on-line) is acknowledged. 
So too is the Enfield Dispatch - describing itself as the Borough's free community newspaper.

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Website Usage

The tally for visits from February 2015 to the present is shown on the counter above.  This number is a total which accumulates continuously.  While your Webmaster has been active, a significant percentage of visits will also originate from interested parties, outside the local Wards, and from a few residents who are not members of WERA.  Experts advise that ‘visits’ are more important than ‘hits’ as they show more clearly when site content is actually read.  Given the key criteria of increased membership and greater website awareness the Association will look to such metrics in demonstrating community engagement.  Developing a habit of web-use takes time and we recognise there is some way to go before we are fully part of the 'online' generation.

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