We are a voluntary organisation run by the people of the St. Peter's neighbourhood in Newcastle. We look to support and achieve neighbourhood-wide activities and solutions for the benefit all residents, businesses and people who work in St. Peter's.
Broadly speaking we set out to represent and further the interests of the St. Peter's Neighbourhood area in Newcastle, its residents and people who work there.
We encourage and promote neighbourhood-wide outlooks and solutions. We have formed close relations between residents and businesses in St. Peter's, as well strong working relationships with Newcastle City Council and Northumbria Police.
We pragmatically facilitate volunteer group activities. We also promote and work to enhance the neighbourhood where we all together live and work.
St. Peter's Neighbourhood Association Charter, recent Committee Meeting Minutes, the last Annual General Meeting Minutes, St. Peter's newsletters and event flyers/posters, can all be found below.
We are a voluntary organisation that depends upon our own fundraising initiatives and financial donations.
Many people have commented warmly about all the recent work of St. Peter's Neighbourhood Association, the volunteer groups and activities.
If as an individual, a group or a company, you wish to donate money to assist future activities in St. Peter's, then please contact email@example.com.
The Association in recent years has received project-support grants from organisations including:
The dates for 2019/20 Committee Meetings are shown below. Any appropriate matter for consideration and discussion at a Committee Meeting can be forwarded to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2019/20 Annual General Meeting planned be held Tuesday 6 October 2020 at Anzio House has been postponed owing to COVID-19 restrictions. It will be oganised again for a future date in due course. All Committee Meetings are suspended owing to ongoing COVID-regulations.
Agenda for the Annual General Meeting
The elected 2019/20 Committee members below are all volunteers. They are residents, representatives of business organisations active in the St. Peter's neighbourhood, or elected Councillors or local Police representatives:
Elected Committee Members:
Northumbria Police Members
Business Committee Members:
Ward Councillor Members: