Barnes Community Association

Barnes Community Association

Charity information

Barnes Community Association

The BCA aims to bring residents of Barnes together to support the social life of the village and develop its character and amenities

Founded 1974

  • Mission statement

    The BCA was set up to promote the benefit of the inhabitants of Barnes and Mortlake in London SW13. We foster a sense of community in the neighbourhood bringing togther the inhabitants, the local authorities and voluntary associations in a common effort to:
    1) advance education and provide facilities for recreation to improve the conditions of life in the neighbourhood.
    2) promote the preservation, development and improvement of the character and amenities of the neighbourhood. The BCA acts as a pressure group for many environmental issues
    3) maintain and manage a Community Centre in the furtherance of the above objectives. The BCA owns a property, Rose Cottage in the centre of Barnes which acts as a community centre

  • Aims

    Barnes Community Association aims to:

    • Advance education and provide facilities for recreation to improve the conditions of life in the neighbourhood.
    • Promote the preservation, development and improvement of the character and amenities of the neighbourhood. The BCA acts as a pressure group for many environmental issues
    • Maintain and manage a Community Centre in the furtherance of the above objectives. The BCA owns a property, Rose Cottage in the centre of Barnes which acts as a community centre
  • Overview

    Established: April 1974

    Registered Charity Number: 267955

    Board members: 12

    Part time staff: 4

    Volunteers: 300

    Phone number: 020 8748 9532

    Address: 70 Barnes High Street SW13 9LD

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