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There is currently a vacancy in the office of councillor.
If by March 6 ten residents have not called for an election via the Returning Officer at Three Rivers District Council then the vacancy will be filled by co-option.
We will not be accepting any applications before receiving confirmation from Three Rivers District Council that an election has or has not been called.
Public nominations are now open for the Hazel Seeley Award 2020
Each year Croxley Green Parish Council awards the Hazel Seeley Award to an individual or group in recognition of the work they do for the benefit of the community of Croxley Green.
The award, in the style of a civic award, is named after former Parish Councillor, Hazel Seeley, whom served continuously on the Croxley Green Parish Council for 18 years. Hazel was the recipient of the award in its inaugural year in 2016.
Last year's award was jointly won by David Neighbour and Croxley Green History Project (represented by Margaret Pomfret and Lynn Withington).
Nominees for the award may be of any age but they should reside in Croxley Green, or their work should be for an individual or organisation based within the village.
Some examples of the help that nominees might give are:
This list is by no means exclusive. Other examples will always be considered.
The nominations will be judged by a selection of Parish Councillors.
Successful nominees will be notified by Monday 30th March 2020 and they will be invited to an Awards Ceremony in the Village Hall, Community Centre on Thursday 23rd April 2020.
Photographs will be taken during the evening.
Nominators for the successful candidate(s) will also be invited to the ceremony and will be asked to read out why they have nominated the individual.
CRITERIA FOR NOMINATIONS
The deadline for applications is Thursday 19 March 2020
Croxley Green Parish Council is very pleased to announce the two winners of the Croxley Green Parish Council Christmas Lights Competition.
Two Parish Councillors conducted the judging jthis week and we are delighted to announce that the two winners of the 2019 Croxley Green Parish Council Christmas Lights Competition are Summer & Paul Allen and the Croxley Green Community Centre.
(Summer & Paul's entry from New Road. Go and check it out !)
It was a very tough choice for the judges this year and we thank everyone who entered.
Congratulations to both for retaining their awards from 2018 !
We are already looking forward to see what you all come up with in 2020.
Dog Hygiene is the single biggest cost to the Parish Council after employing Staff.
We are looking to make sure residents are receiving value for money from the service we provide, and your feedback may help us reduce the amount we spend on dog hygiene.
Do we have the right bins in the right place ? Are there too many bins in one area ? Are there bins you never use ? Let us know to help us improve our service to you.
Please complete all sections relevant to you and provide any additional comments that you may have:-
If you are using an Apple device you may not be able to open the survey. You can view a PDF version here.
Please return completed questionnaires via email or drop off at Parish Council office. Please submit responses by Thursday 2nd January 2020.
Also attached is a list of all Dog Bins in Croxley Green.