Volunteering

With charities and local not for profit organisations beginning to open up there are lots of opportunities to volunteer in the community. If you would like to find out more on how you can get involved, please get in touch with Vanessa Rousseau.  See our Contact Us page for Vanessa’s contact information.

Volunteering Opportunities

Chorleywood Library

Chorleywood Library

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...

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Chorleywood Care has reopened

Chorleywood Care has reopened

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...

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Chorleywood Station Signal Box Community Museum

Chorleywood Station Signal Box Community Museum

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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Can you help us for a couple of hours a month?

Can you help us for a couple of hours a month?

Many residents have enjoyed sitting in the Memorial Garden this year, it’s been heartening to see people of all ages sitting on the bench overlooking the rose beds.  We maintain the Memorial Garden at the corner of Shire Lane and Whitelands Avenue, and also try our...

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CCSG Supporting Chorleywood – One Year On

CCSG Supporting Chorleywood – One Year On

It’s a year since our CRA colleague Vanessa set up the Chorleywood Corona Support Group, mobilising a fantastic team of volunteers to support Chorleywood as we, and the whole country, faced the harsh reality of the Covid pandemic.   My goodness, the scale of the CCSG...

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