The Restronguet Creek Society was formed in 1972 in order to safeguard these amenities and to preserve the essential character of the Creek and its amenities for present and future generations.
The Society makes any necessary representations to public authorities, industrial organisations and individuals in order to ensure that the creek is not endangered by the decrease of the ebb and flow of salt and freshwater, causing further silting up of the creek; by undesirable shoreside developments; or by other factors, including pollution, which are considered damaging to the preservation of the creek. Also to offer support and collaboration with other areas and associations which have similar objectives.
Membership costs £10 per year per household and includes a free annual newsletter, access to a number of local events as well as Boatwatch membership for those who keep a boat in the Creek.
The Society's Constitution may be viewed here.