Would you like to represent the residents of Croxley Green and help keep it special? Then why not become a Parish Councillor? A casual vacancy has arisen in Durrants Ward. However, you don't have to live in Durrants Ward to represent the residents there.
Application forms can be found at: http://croxleygreen-pc.gov.uk/index.php/information/forms
To be eligible to become a councillor, you must:
• be over 18 years of age.
• be a British subject, or a citizen of the Irish Republic, a commonwealth country, a UK dependent territory or another country in the European community.
And meet at least one of the following:
• be on the Electoral Role for the Parish
• live or work within the Parish and have done so for the last 12 months immediately before you are nominated.
• live within 4.8 kms (3 miles) of the Parish boundary.
You cannot stand if you:
• are employed by that council.
• have been declared bankrupt within the last five years if you have not repaid your debts.
• have been convicted of a criminal offence and sentenced to not less than three months imprisonment within the last five years.
• you hold a politically restricted post for another authority.
• you have been disqualified under any legislation relating to corrupt or illegal practices.
The deadline for applications is Monday March 12.
There is currently a vacancy in the office of councillor.
If by February 15 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 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 2018.
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 won by Pauline Batten & Keith Alford for all the hard work they carry out for the people of Cherwell Close & Hanover Court.
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.
Nomination forms, along with full criteria for nomination, are available from the Parish Council offices in Community Way and can be found online at:
The deadline for applications is Wednesday February 28.
Croxley Green Parish Council is very pleased to announce the two winners of the inaugural Croxley Green Parish Council Christmas Lights Competition.
The Parish Council Chairman & Vice-Chairman conducted the judging just before Christmas and we are delighted to announce that the two winners of the 2017 Croxley Green Parish Council Christmas Lights Competition are the Croxley Green Community Centre and David & Carolyn Gregory of Baldwins Lane.
Parish Council Chairman, Cllr Mark Saxon, commented, “we were so impressed by the displays of all the entrants but these two stood out to us as winners, the Community Centre provided a wonderful innovative communal display and the Gregory’s reflected on the true meaning of Christmas. We very much appreciate all those who entered in this new community competition and hope they all enter along with many more next Christmas”.
The winners will be receiving their awards at the Annual Parish Meeting on April 26. Entries for the 2018 competition will open towards the end of the year.