NEPHRA Good Neighbours

A gift to our community

About Us

NEPHRA Residents Association is based in New Moston, Manchester, and it is part of the Moston Ward. The first question many people ask is “What does NEPHRA mean?”  Well, it surprises many to discover that the name was just made up in a hurry, from the initials of some of the streets we represent! The ‘N’ comes from Northfield Road, the ‘E’  from Elder Grove, the ‘P’ from Parkfield Road North and the ‘R’ and the ‘A’ stand fro Residents Association.

From our humble beginnings n 2004, when a handful of local people got together to clear up a local grot spot, NEPHRA now boasts a membership of over 1000 homes and is run by a committee of local people supported by volunteers of all ages and backgrounds.

The main aim of our blog is to keep in touch and let you know what’s going on at NEPHRA and the City of Manchester in general We also want to give you, the local residents, a voice.

This is the place where you’ll be able to discuss local issues raised here and on the main site, comment on the things we post and generally have your say. But in order to be heard, you’ll need to follow this blog.  Just press the ‘Follow’ button (you’ll find that to the bottom right of your screen) and enter your e-mail address in the box provided. Then click  ‘Sign me up’.

After you’ve done that, you should go check your e mail Inbox. Look out for an e-mail from WordPress.com – there’ll be one asking you to confirm that you want to subscribe to NEPHRA Good Neighbours Blog The mail will contain an activation link – just click the link, follow it to the WordPress page and you’re done!

Once subscribed you’ll receive an e-mail alert whenever something new is posted. How cool is that! You’ll always be able to keep up to date with what’s going on in YOUR local community!

Welcome on board!

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