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Croxley Green Parish Council has elections this year.
All sixteen of the current parish councillors will retire in May and elections will be held for all the vacant seats on 2 May 2019.
The Parish Council would like as many people to stand for election as possible to give residents a choice about who will represent us for the next four years.
Ideally a range of people who reflect the full diversity of our community including different points of view, ages, gender, and backgrounds.
If you are passionate about Croxley Green and want to make it a better place for us all then please consider standing.
You can find all the information you need about the process here.
The Rangers have installed a temporary barrier around a hole in Weston Wood. The barrier will remain in place until a more permanent solution is in place.
Application forms are now available for the 2019 Senior Citizens Coach trip.
On Tuesday 18 2019, the Parish Council will be taking a group of senior citizens on a day trip to Brighton. This year, two coaches will leave Community Way car park at 9am and will arrive back at 7pm. This is expected to be a popular event and as seats are limited, places will be decided by means of a lucky draw.
If you would like to enter the draw, please complete a form with your details and the name of your guest and return the slip to the Parish Council by Tuesday 28 May 2019, when the draw will take place.
Forms can be downloaded from: http://croxleygreen-pc.gov.uk/index.php/information/forms or collected from the Council office.
Following the referendum yesterday (6 December) on the Neighbourhood Plan for Croxley Green the votes have been counted. There was a 27.4% turnout and 2,774 votes cast with 94% (2,611) voting “YES” and 161 voting “No”.
A further statement will be issued in due course.