Chorleywood is as good as we make it
… or as bad as we let it become
Welcome to our new website!
Chorleywood Residents’ Association are delighted to welcome you to our entirely new website and hope that you will find it a great source of helpful and interesting information about our village.
It is designed to be viewed on mobiles and tablet devices as well as traditional computers, and to work with all modern browsers. But if you do have any problems or suggestions, please use our Contact Us page to let us know.
The main menu at the top of the page will take you to all areas of the website. The magnifying glass on the menu will let you search across the entire site, including archived material.
Throughout the site we have used buttons like those on the right to navigate quickly to useful content, and also image blocks like those below that will take you to areas of the website.
Within each area we include news items to keep you updated. These usually have a picture, title and some text along with a Read More link that will take you to the full content. Some of these news items are also shown below under Hot Topics.
This website was made possible by the dedication of the CRA Executive Committee and with design assistance from Charcoal Media.
Mike Stansfield, CRA
The consultation deadline on Three Rivers new Local Plan, which is different from the Chorleywood Neighbourhood Plan that was approved in May, has been extended to August 20th. Soon CRA will add a quick summary of the key points for each site in Chorleywood, to help...
A brand new OWL mobile app has been launched so the latest alerts can be received instantly as a notification on your phone or tablet. You will receive alerts based on your current postcode location. The OWL app also alerts you to incidents near to where you live or...
As covered in the Planning Update last week, the Local Plan is now out for consultation. This is the first formal consultation on the plan (known as a Regulation 18 Consultation) and, though there are later consultations on the plan, this is probably the best chance...
1937 coloured photo of a G-class 0-6-4 freight engine, shunting on the parallel tracks behind Chorleywood station and signal box --- The Friends of Chorleywood Signal Box (FofCSB) have made much progress with TfL who have agreed to rent the box to the Association for...
Look out for your copy of our spring/summer magazine The Chorleywood Resident which should be dropping on your doormat in the next couple of weeks. Lots of topics to peruse - and all feedback welcomed: email@example.com