Saturday 27 March 2021 Time 11:00

In front of the Woodstock Town Hall, Plein/Aberdeen St, Woodstock
To stay COVID-safe, we are gathering outdoors. Chairs will be provided!
If it is a hot day, please bring an umbrella to avoid sunburn 🙂


1 – Update on WRA activities
2 – Updates from Ward Councillors Ian McMahon and Paddy Chapple
3 – Update from Woodstock Aesthetics Committee, CPF etc.
4 – Adoption of new constitution (download the proposal HERE)
5 – Election of the WRA Management Committee

Become a member of the Woodstock Residents Association.

Committee Election
Want to get more involved in your community? We’re looking for volunteers to join the management committee and specific issue-focused task teams to benefit the neighbourhood. The meeting is open to the public, to participate in the elections you need to register at the meeting or online using the above Online Membership Form.
If, ahead of the meeting, you want to put your name forward as a candidate or would like to nominate someone for the election, please email: [email protected] Please note that to be elected, you need to be at the AGM.

Membership fee and donations
Our voluntary membership fee is R50 for the year. Please also consider donating what you can. The WRA has been supporting local community kitchens since the lockdown.

Details for EFT
Bank: Nedbank
Name account: Woodstock Residents’ Association
Account N.: 1202912095
Branch code: 198765
Reference: Surname WRA 2021

For further donations please use Surname donation as reference

Or use Snapscan

If you are looking at this page on your mobile phone just follow this link https://pos.snapscan.io/qr/sdN1r51C

WRA activities
Find out what WRA has been up to since our last AGM here.

New constitution
WRA has drafted a new constitution because there were some gremlins in our 2018 constitution (mainly that it said it couldn’t be changed…) To read the new constitution draft, Download here. There is also a copy at the Woodstock Library to look at.

Councillor’s address
We have asked our ward councillors to attend. Come and meet your brand-new councillor for one half of Woodstock (Ward 115) Ian MacMahon.


Please donate food
money, or time!

We are all in this together and we are all suffering, in similar ways and to different degrees.

Call for our neighborhood
Woodstock CAN

The coronavirus reminds us that we are all connected and need to support each other

Special permits for food trading during COVID-19

Download here the information about the Special permits for food trading during COVID-19

Tool kit​

Download here a PDF guide to make masks. Booklet made by the Woodstock Sews4Safety group.

4 Ways you can help contain the spread of COVID-19

The best way to prevent the spread of coronavirus is by washing your hands and cleaning day to day surfaces. Here are 4 tips to follow.

Flatten the curve

What is the curve? The “curve” refers to the projected number of people who will contract COVID-19 over a period of time. A steep curve means an over-burdened health system.




In front of the Woodstock Town Hall, Plein/Aberdeen St, Woodstock To stay COVID-safe, we are gathering outdoors. Chairs will be provided! If it is a hot day, please bring an umbrella to avoid sunburn 🙂


Call on Salt River and Woodstock communities to co-create their neighbourhoods

The City of Cape Town is piloting a new approach where we want residents to help us co-create their neighbourhood. Woodstock and Salt River are the first areas where we are calling on the local community to help us shape the vision for future development.

Building & Renovating

Woodstock is a designated ‘Heritage Area’ – this means that the visual streetscape is seen as a cultural asset, and is protected by law. Anyone planning to renovate or build on their property is strongly recommended to contact the Woodstock Aesthetics Advisory Body for advice.