The Clifton Village Community Association is a registered charity – 509176
Engaging the skills and talents of people of all ages to provide fun and enjoyment for everyone within the community, with increasing emphasis on bringing the community together, promoting mutual support and safety, whilst supporting local groups and their activities.
Examples of our work
We host village events and community activities to raise funds for our village. The funds raised are invested back in the community. Recent benefits include the refurbishment of the Community Kiosk, the War Memorial railings and the on-going Clifton Park Play Area project. The annual Scarecrow Festival is a fundraising opportunity for our community. We make the marquee available free-of-charge to St. John’s Primary Academy for their school disco and provide opportunities for local community groups to raise much needed funds.
Our management committee meets monthly to discuss issues of concern to the community. We work closely with our local ward Councillors to ensure the voice of the village is represented and we normally have one of the Councillors attend our meeting.
Recent campaigns include campaigning for the speed sign on Clifton Common, supporting the formation of the Clifton Village Neighbourhood Forum, liaising with our Councillors over the recent increase in crime, Clifton Clean Up and the acquisition of the old telephone box
Constitution of the Clifton Village Community Association
Notice of each such meeting must have been given in accordance with normal procedure but not less than 14 days prior to the meeting in question and giving wording of the proposed alteration.
No alteration to clause three shall be made without the consent of the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales.
If trustees have been appointed in accordance with clause 10 hereof an alteration shall not be made without their knowledge and consent, but such consent shall not be unreasonably withheld by them.
This constitution was adopted as the constitution of the Clifton Village Community Association at a public meeting duly convened at Clifton on 10th July 1978.
This constitution (point 6) was updated at the AGM on Monday 2nd September 2019.