Our AGM was held on Wednesday 19th. We were very sorry that, like last year, we were unable to invite all residents to join us. Hopefully next year we’ll be back at the Memorial Hall for our AGM. Nevertheless, all Chorleywood residents were able to read the AGM...
For information, we have received confirmation from the TRDC Planning team that a standard advisory clause is added to all planning approvals, which states that “Care should be taken during the building works hereby approved to ensure no damage occurs to the verge or...
Three months after the wettest February on record, we are now in one of the wettest Mays on record. The River Chess is fed from the aquifer in the Chilterns, where the water-table is at its highest for some years. Consequently, the picnic area on Chorleywood House...
Chorleywood Library are pleased to announce they now have a large number of new books for borrowing, a good number of which can readily be seen on display. The Library are once again receiving new magazines which can be loaned out. It is no longer necessary to...
Our bees are in trouble. Their numbers are tumbling. So are the flowers on which they feed. Without them to pollinate our crops our food supply is also threatened. If you do spot a swarm of bees (not wasps) then please call the bee keeper on Whitelands Avenue...
Staying Safe One of the best ways of staying informed is by signing up for the excellent OWL emails from Herts Police. Sign up directly at https://www.owl.co.uk. Recent notifications include: Beware of scammers posing as Senior Police investigation officers stating...
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