Saving the Lee Library

To find out more about the        plans for Lee Hub - Independent Community Library

Self Isolation payment and Discretionary Hardship Fund

Lee Residents Association

Supporting the local community

Welcome to the website for Lee Residents Association, also known as the LRA. 

Our website is a fresh design and we hope you like what you see. 


The committee will be adding additional content to expand the website so please bookmark the site so it's easier for you to come back and you will then see it changing and improving; so please explore the site at your convenience.

Not only has our website had a make over, our 'Members Newsletter' has too! With a new name, the first spring edition of the 'Review' can be seen here.

Making a difference

in Lee

To report anti social behaviour you should call 101, if it is not an emergency, or you can now do it all on-line, by going to the following link and complete the on-line form.


The incidents on line are recorded in the same way as making a telephone call so well worth doing.


"Taking the time to build community, to get to know your people will have long-lasting benefits."  Clifton Taulbert







A lovely place to live, what do the locals say?

“The individualistic character and history of Lee on the Solent, with a friendly welcoming neighbourhood.”

- David

“Having the accessibility to the sea and the friendliness of the residents is what I love about Lee on the Solent.”

- Emma

“I feel lucky to live in lee we have so many handy stores and nice places to walk to ”

- Jennifer

“It's like being on holiday all year round; not too far to travel to enjoy the lovely scenery.”

- Joanne

Here for the community...

Committee members hold regular meetings whether face to face or online using Zoom during the COVID-19 crisis

Feeling stressed, missing the sea then take timeout and listen here!

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Local Pictures by Local People 


Let's Connect

Our membership module will be arriving soon, if you would like join send us a quick message and we'll be touch. 

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