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Thank you to everyone who submitted a photo to the photo competition at the Peace Picnic, all the pictures showed beautiful peaceful places around Croxley and we certainly have some talented photographers.

The Winners in each category are:

Primary Secondary Adult

Anna Bramall - 1st

Issac Webb - 2nd

Luke McCabe - 3rd

Zoe Martin - 1st

Lucie - 2nd


Janet Martin - 1st

Rod Lacey - 2nd

Margaret Pomfret - 3rd


Our proud Primary winners - Anna, Isaac and Luke - came to the office to collect their Rosettes:

Anna     Isaac    Luke1

All photos submitted for the Peace Picnic Photo Competition will be displayed in the Croxley Green Library soon.




Cllr Emily Benner is a finalist in the National Association of Local Councils (NALC) Young Councillor of the Year Star Awards 2019.  The awards recognise the achievements of the local (parish and town) council sector and celebrate the positive impact that councillors make in their communities.

Cllr Benner joined the Parish Council in February 2018 and in her short time on the council, she has

  • Successfully organised a quiz night which raised £1,209 for Home Start Watford and Three Rivers and Alzheimer's Society
  • Created videos to promote the Neighbourhood Plan to local residents
  • Recruited prospective candidates to stand for election in May 2019

Cllr Benner was re-elected to the Parish Council in May 2019 and received the highest number of votes of all candidates who stood for election in Durrants Ward.

The winners will be announced at the Star Councils Awards and dinner, hosted by the Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher at NALC's Annual Conference on 28 October.

Well done Cllr Benner we are so proud of you.

Thank you to everyone who joined us at the Peace Picnic on Sunday 14th July.  The weather got better later in the day and we know that everyone who came enjoyed.......

The displays


The games



Tying Ribbons on the Trees



and what a display the ribbons made, commemerating all the soldiers from Croxley who served in WW1









Many thanks to everyone involved in making the day a success - Croxley Green History Project, The Royal British Legion, Croxley Green Residents Association, Croxley Green Community Club, Croxley Green Parish Council and all of our volunteers.


If you are in need of a tap water refill, we now offer free refills at the Parish Council Office located in Community Way


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