Friends of Chorleywood Common

The Friends exist to conserve and safeguard the Common and to promote interest in it. To enable the Friends to continue as an independent, formally constituted, organisation, new members are required for its Executive Committee to fill the roles of Chairman,...

Chorleywood Common – Dogs on Lead

Chorleywood Parish Council request that all dogs are kept on a short, 2m long lead during the period 1 March to 31 July inclusive in specific areas of the Common. This is to promote and protect breeding birds and other wildlife.  Chorleywood Common is a designated...

Live-streamed Heron nest at Stocker’s Lake

Pictures from an active Grey Heron nest are currently being streamed live from nearby Stocker’s Lake courtesy of “Friends of Stocker’s Lake” (FoSL). To enjoy watching herons nesting, mating and (in due course) bringing up their young, all from the comfort of your...

Chorleywood Parade Transformation

As you will no doubt have seen, the flowerbeds are really flourishing. It’s been heartening to see lots of honey and bumble bees feasting on the geraniums and the lavender. It’s taken a great deal of work and watering to get to this stage, and we’d like to say a huge...

What’s the LCWIP?!

 We’ve learned some new jargon lately – thanks to the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan consultation.  If you missed our special newsletter on it last Monday click here for a copy.  The CRA will submit a detailed response.  Click here to see our...

Bug Villa

An article by Ray Krystofiak “A few months ago, I was finding spiders around our flat, ants in our borders, wild bees and wasps near our roof and beetles queuing up on our patio attempting to invade our living space. Why was this happening on an ever-increasing...