Every Sunday morning in the football season there are severe traffic & parking problems on Lady Ela Drive, creating chaos for enthusiastic sports players trying to get to the CCYFC football pitches or the Chorleywood Tennis Club. There just isn’t enough space for...
Opening hours at Chorleywood Library are being increased from w/c 27th September including extending Mondays opening hours to 3.30pm and adding Thursdays 9.30-12.30pm. Thanks are due to new and returning volunteers who are making this possible – but more are...
On September 20th Chorleywood Care, a voluntary organisation founded in 1977, reopened its service which offers Chorleywood residents free travel to medical appointments. If you would like to access this service call 01923 284440 between 9am and 1pm from Monday to...
Chorleywood Community Choir is being relaunched on Thursday October 7, 8-9.30pm at St Andrew’s Church, Quickley Lane where there is plenty of parking. Fun, friendly and open to all, the fledgling choir was started in early 2020 by villager and musical director...
Chorleywood’s 2021 Cider Fest raised more than £6,500, with proceeds split between the Cricket Club, the Community Orchard and Mission EmployAble. Chorleywood Cricket Club hosted the event over the August Bank Holiday weekend, when residents bought local cider while...
The project team working very hard to create a Community Museum in the Signal Box at Chorleywood Station are looking for assistance from a resident who has a legal background and experience in developing leases. This would be a voluntary role with any expenses...
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