The Seven Stars Residents Association in Wrekenton aims to promote social welfare, advance education and relieve hardship in the area; to promote the inclusion of all residents in the area in discussing issues that affect their housing, the local environment and local services and to improve communication between local people, the local authorities and other local service providers.
The organization upholds equal opportunities and works for good relations among all members of the community, specifically prohibiting any conduct which discriminates or harasses anyone on the grounds of race, nationality, gender, age, sexuality, disability, class, religion or family status. It is also non party-political.
Membership of the Seven Stars Resident's Association is open to residents of Beamish Gardens, Boldon Gardens, Burnhope Gardens, Burnmoor Gardens, Easington Avenue, Ebchester Avenue, Hamsterley Crescent, Hedworth Place, High Street, Plawsworth Gardens, Rugby Gardens, Shincliffe Gardens, Simonside Place, Springwell Road (no's 13-63) Marlborough Crescent, Marsden Road, Waldridge Gardens, Waskerley Gardens, Washington Gardens, Westwood Gardens, West View, Wolsingham Gardens, Wolverstone Gardens and Victoria Terrace.
Meetings of the Association are held on the SECOND Tuesday of each month at 7pm at the Community Lounge (next to the Wrekenton Health Centre)