Come and see the Sea Cadets and the Royal Navy Reserve
Saturday 7th December
More information HERE
13th January 2014 (8:00pm)
In the Library, Barton Way,
10th March 2014 with AGM
12th May 2014
14th July 2014
8th September 2014
If you have a local club or event that would be of interest to residents, please email us the details. We can put onto the calendar and advertise on the what's on page.
HELP NOAH WALK
Hi, my name is Noah. I’m four years old and I live with my mummy, daddy and two sisters. I was born just over nine weeks early and spent the first five weeks being looked after by the great people in the special care baby unit. Due to my early arrival I have had a few more challenges than most children my age, however I have done very well in overcoming them. I’m a smart, happy little boy with a great spirit and have lots of love for others. The biggest challenge that I face now in my everyday life is living with a condition called Cerebral Palsy, which causes spasticity in my legs that can be uncomfortable and makes balancing and getting around hard for me.
Please donate whatever you can HERE
Please contact us should you have any ideas for local fundraising ideas
HAVE YOUR SAY
Application for designation of a Neighbourhood Area by Croxley Green Parish Council. Consultation Period 29th November to 10th January 2014
Three Rivers District Council has received an application from Croxley Green Parish Council to designate Croxley Green Parish as a Neighbourhood Area. If designated the Parish Council would be able to produce a Neighbourhood Plan. A Neighbourhood Plan can assist people in shaping how their community develops by establishing general planning policies for the development and use of land within a designated area. The content of a Neighbourhood Plan can be adapted to reflect the local situation, but is likely to include development management policies (e.g. design policies).
For more information on Neighbourhood Plans please see:
• www.ourneighbourhoodplanning.org.uk (Royal Town Planning Institute)
• mycommunityrights.org.uk/neighbourhood-planning (Locality)
YOU CAN READ THE CONSULTATION LEAFLET HERE
YOU CAN READ THE INTRODUCTION TO CGPC NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING HERE
Who is responsible for what in local government?
PLEASE COMPLETE THE CONSULTATION
Residents are invited to have their say on the future of Three Rivers District Council Three Rivers’ libraries. The consultation runs until December 31 and the results will help to shape a new library strategy to be published in spring 2014.
You can complete the consultation online HERE
There will be carol singing outside the Sportsman Public House on the Sunday before Christmas at 3.15pm on Sunday 22nd December 2013. This will follow a performance by the Croxley Mummers.
Community Plan Questionnaire Survey Results
The Community Plan is a joint initiative between Croxley Green Parish Council and Croxley Green Residents’ Association. It gives us great pleasure to publish the results of the Community Plan survey which took place in January. There was an excellent response rate (28%) which shows how much we all care about where we live. This is the first opportunity ever given to local residents and businesses to provide feedback for use in a subsequent Community Plan, a document that will be an important factor in shaping our community. Our thanks go to everyone who took the time to complete the questionnaire.
The online results can be seen HERE
Protect the amenities of Croxley Green. Prevent the erosion of the local Green Belt.
Protect and promote the identity, integrity and sustainability of the area.
Take action upon matters relating to the civic and social welfare of the area.
Improve communication between TRDC, the Parish Council and other relevant local authorities and the members of the Association.
Provide regular information to members of the Association and consult with them as appropriate.
Identify under-represented groups and try to involve them in the Association’s activities.
To include support for local youth-orientated activities, clubs and facilities, encouraging youth engagement with local and wider communities.
Work to curb unnecessary local Government expenditure.
Stimulate the interest of residents and businesses in the welfare of the area.
Provide a medium through which members may express their views on matters of local interest.
Work with existing local organisations in the locality of the area, including neighbouring Residents’ Associations.
Raise the profile of the Association