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Please note: we are updating CGRA policy to comply with the revised General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which becomes enforceable on May 25th 2018.
The next CGRA meeting will be on 14th January 2019 at the library. View the agenda here Agendas/Minutes
Residents Association meetings are held at the library 2018/19 meeting Dates:
Monday 14th January 2019 starting at 8 pm
Monday 11th March 2019 starting at 8 pm
Agendas and meeting notes
Events coming up in Croxley. More details here
Due to fantastic the response the Croxley Green History Project along with the Croxley Green Community Centre are holding a second special event on Wednesday 14th November at 7.30 pm to mark the centenary of the ending of WW1.
There will be a major display of Croxley during WW1 with many original photos and documents on Croxley during this period many from local families plus in depth presentations and films about WW1 to go along with the display.
Free entry plus free tea, coffee and nibbles.There will drinks from the bar available which will be chargeable.
Places are limited and prior booking is needed. Reserved your place by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos taken during the first event can be viewed on this online album using the link
Click on the pictures below to take you to the local links
Aims of the Croxley Green Residents Association
Croxley Green - Protect the amenities of our local area. 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