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Vote Yes for the
Neighbourhood Plan

Your Opportunity to protect the future of Croxley Green


Referendum 6th December 2018

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Community

Yesterday we took over 100 local residents to Brighton.  In between the rain showers, they got to enjoy

 Shopping in the Lanes

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Gardens at the Royal Pavillion

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a glass of wine and wonderful food

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superbly looked after by our drivers from Barnetts Coaches

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Cannot wait for the 2020 Trip

Thank you to everyone who came to our first pre school allotment session in the rain this afternoon. Plants are in and growing!

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Click here for a sign up form if you’re interested in taking part next time.

 

We are asking the residents of Croxley Green to help name our new tractor! 

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If you can think of a name which you think would be cool for our tractor then please get in touch. We are asking for any names at all, no matter how silly.

You can submit your suggestions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Our staff will then pick out a few of their favourites from which the residents of Croxley Green will be able to vote for their favourite at our stall at this year’s Revels.

The name which gets the most votes will then be added onto our tractor for all to see.

Get your suggestions in now!

On Monday the Parish Council installed 10 bat boxes in Weston Wood. 

The bat population is under threat and some of the species native to this country has reduced significantly over recent years.

Nigel Cole, a councillor for Durrants Ward and chair of the Leisure, Events and Environment Committee, proposed that the Council should take some action to offer some protection for these unique creatures and a sum of money was budgeted to provide winter roosting. Cllr Cole said, "with advice and support from Herts and Middlesex Bat Group, the Council purchased 10 bat boxes which were installed in Weston Wood, an environment that provides water, tall trees and shelter, all needed by bats to survive until Spring. We look forward to seeing evidence of occupation in due course."

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        Parish Ranger, Anthony & a volunteer from the Herts & Middlesex Bat Group install a bat box. 

This initiative follows on from the 45 bird boxes which the Council installed throughout the village in 2016. 

If you see any bats whilst walking through the woods then get in touch and let us know. 

Follow https://goo.gl/maps/ak1PE2E6pYq for directions to Weston Wood. 

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