On Wednesday 18th May Chorleywood Residents’ Association hosted our 2022 AGM and Community meeting at the Memorial Hall. This was our first in person event in two years, and we were delighted that over 40 residents joined us for the evening. Wine, soft drinks...
Exciting news! Lords officially took over the running of the Post Office on Wednesday 18th May. Sadly this means we’ll no longer see the lovely, welcoming Kaye each day. We wish her well and send our most grateful thanks to Kaye for her friendly and efficient service,...
Consultation letters have just gone out, asking if Chorleywood residents want a 20mph speed limit in most of Chorleywood. Click here to read the letter. Why individually we’re voting NO to the blanket 20mph limit area: It doesn’t work. Dept of Transport research shows...
Tais Rantiuk and Pierre Bosdet are continuing their efforts to support those in need due to the awful situation in Ukraine . Over £12,000 has been raised & they are of course still hoping to raise more funds to help those affected by the war in Ukraine. Donations...
Lords are looking someone to work on our new Post Office counter. This is an exciting new venture for Lords and if this is something that interests you, please apply now to firstname.lastname@example.org Job Type: Part-time – 5 days a week 10.00-16.00. Hours are...
We’re delighted to tell you that Chorleywood Parish Council backed and on April 12th formally approved our plan to renew the very tired and drab Parade flower beds, thanks to a grant from the Government’s Welcome Back Fund secured by Three Rivers District Council....
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