70 years representing the community
In July, 2000, the North Mymms Residents’ Association (NMRA) folded. It had served the local community since 1929, with a short break for the war. The decision to close the NMRA was taken following a fall in membership and a lack of interest. The final meeting attracted just four people, including officials.
News of the closure was covered on the former Brookmans Park Newsletter, that article is embedded below. Beneath that is another embedded article published the previous year in which the NMRA appealed for new members and set out its main concerns.
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