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Local groups

We support local estate and community groups across a wide range of our schemes. Some are formally recognised associations, others are small and informal groups.

We can provide funding and training to customers who want to set up local neighbourhood forums or committees. These are groups of customers who meet to discuss and raise local issues with us and other agencies, such as the local council and police.

How a local group is run depends on the group itself, and they may decide to get involved in activities such as fundraising, street parties, estate improvement activities, and satisfaction surveying.

We can provide funding and training to customers who want to set up local neighbourhood forums or committees. These are groups of customers who meet to discuss and raise local issues with us and other agencies, such as the local council and police.

How a local group is run depends on the group itself, and they may decide to get involved in activities such as fundraising, street parties, estate improvement activities, and satisfaction surveying.

Local area forums are regular meetings to discuss local issues and service improvement. Some forums have developed into local voluntary and community partnerships. They produce newsletters and deliver community projects and involvement activities in partnership with A2Dominion.

We have a local area forum in Hampshire & Wiltshire. For information on local opportunities in other areas, please contact our Customer Services Centre at customer.services@a2dominion.co.uk.

Hampshire & Wiltshire

The South Central Forum represents A2Dominion customers living in and around Hampshire and Wiltshire. The Forum meets regularly to discuss local issues and service improvement.

If you are interested in joining the South Central Forum, or you have an issue you would like the forum to raise at the meeting, please visit the South Central Forum website.

Please note: A2Dominion cannot take responsibility for pages maintained by external groups, including residents' groups.

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