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East Riding Association of Rural Community Buildings

22nd June 2018

The East Riding Association of Rural Community Buildings was formed by Humber and Wolds Rural Action managing these buildings to:

  • Encourage and share best practice through networking, peer support, training and information 
  • Research and implement, where possible, any cost saving and income generation initiatives for the benefit of all members 
  • Influence at local, regional and national level and raise the profile of rural community buildings within the area of benefit
  • Work with member organisations and others in order to achieve these objectives.

Members find involvement in the Assocation invaluable and to enable it to grow and increase the support, it has become a charity in its own right.

Members of Humber & Wolds Rural Action's Community Building Advisory Service that are located in the East Riding of Yorkshire will automatically be provided with membership of the Association. If you are not a member, join today to start benefitting from all the scheme has to offer!

To find out more about the Association, please contact ERA of RCB on 01652 637700 or email HWRCC eraofrcb@gmail.com  Alternatively, please visit the Association's website

Rural Community Buildings website:

www.ruralcommunitybuildings.org.uk

To find out more about registering a community building on this site, please contact HWRA's Rural Community Buildings Information Officer, Fiona Turner. 

E: villagehalladvisor@hwrcc.org.uk     T: 01652 637700

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