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Upcoming Event – Surgery with TRA’s Joint Chairs

If you are a resident of Totteridge, there will be an opportunity for you to join the Joint Chairs of the TRA for an informal chat to share your thoughts and ideas.

Dates are not yet confirmed but please contact us via the website if you are interested.

Thank you, Aviva and Sarah

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Upcoming Mayor of London and London Assembly Elections May 6th 2021

  • Mayor of London and London Assembly elections will be held on Thursday 6 May 2021
  • Change to Polling Station – Totteridge Polling Station will be at Totteridge Village Hall, Badgers Croft and not at St. Andrews school as previous elections.
  • Its really important our voices are heard so please vote.

Voting by post

Voting by post is a convenient and secure way of voting, especially if you are unable to go to your polling station.  In these uncertain times we are encouraging electors to apply to vote by post.   

You do not have to vote by post and Barnet Council are making sure that polling stations will be safe. However, it will take longer to vote in person and there may be a queue. Any registered voter can apply for a postal vote and you do not need to give a reason for wanting to vote by post.

If you’re thinking of voting by post, you can apply now. This will make sure your application is processed early, and your postal vote can be sent to you more quickly.

The deadline to apply for, cancel or change a postal vote or proxy postal vote for the elections on 6 May 2021 is 5pm on Tuesday 20 April 2021.

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2021 TRA Subscription year has begun

The TRA subscription year runs from January to December.For just £5 per year you can become a member, or update your membership to the Totteridge Residents Association.

To become a member, simply click on the ‘become a member’ tab above and follow instructions. You can either pay by online banking or else send a cheque.

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Remembrance Sunday 2020

President of the Totteridge Residents Association, Eileen Eskenzi and Councillor Alison Cornelius pay their respects, as they lay wreaths at the Totteridge War memorial.