Welcome to the  website of the Warsash Residents' Association where we will try to bring you relevant news stories and updates about village life.  The WRA is your voice in local affairs.
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2019 Photographic competition click here for full details


Matthew Hall, Chairman, made a presentation to WRA members and stated that the Forum is NOT seeking to replace or act in 'competition' with the WRA but rather work in tandem to ensure that Residents have a say in the Warsash of tomorrow.

The consultation on the Warsash Neighbourhood Area and Forum will run until Tuesday 21 May 2019. 

The webpage is live here and a press release is planned to accompany the launch.  Paper copies of the documents and a comment form are available in Victory Hall.  


‘The Vicar of Dibley’ - the latest offering from Warsash Theatre Club, is showing on 23rd, 24th and 25th May with tickets priced at £12 each including Ploughman’s and are available from Ian 01489 572079 or tickets@warsashtheatreclub.co.uk.


Saturday 1st June 11am to 4pm
The open day will provide an opportunity to show the local community what the Victory Hall is used for and highlight some of the recent improvements to the Hall.
Various user groups will be in attendance.
Free café in the Hook Room, where you can meet the Management Committee

WARSASH FESTIVAL 6 JULY 2019 on Strawberry Fields - come along and support our tombola stall

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