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Referendum 6th December 2018

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Council

Do you want your child to learn how fruit and vegetables are grown? We have set up an Allotment in Barton Way to teach pre-school children how to plant and care for fruit and vegetables. This year we have also introduced chickens onto the allotment plot. 

The first session will be on Wednesday 18th May at 1:30 p.m. and then every fortnight.

If you would like to bring your pre-school child to this event, please read and complete the Consent and Application Form (see below) and return to Croxley Green Parish Council Office

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Post: Croxley Green Parish Council Office, Community Way, Croxley Green, WD3 3SU

Places are given on a first come first served basis. 

Allotment Session Conditions Application and Consent Forms

Conditions Application and Consent Form PDF Version

Conditions Application and Consent Form Word version

Fun for everyone during the Easter Holidays

  • The Croxley Green Easter Trail is now available for you to complete at your leisure between 7 to 19 April.  Pop into the Parish Council Office to pick up a map or print one off by clicking here  Find all the 12 eggs and complete the form, then come to the Parish Council office to collect your prize.  Oops the original map had one of the egg pictures in the wrong location, we have updated the map.

  • The Croxley Green Easter Egg Hunt will take place in Stone's Orchard on Sunday 17th April at 10:30 a.m.  Please contact the Parish Council Office to register a space (01923 710250 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or turn up from 9:30 a.m. on 17th April to register on the day.

  • Don't forget, we still have the Croxley Green Treasure Trail - if you haven't completed it yet, it is a fun walk around Croxley Green, solving clues that will lead you to the password location.  Pop into the Parish Council Office to pick up a map or print one off by clicking here (FYI in the Print Dialogue Box, choose More Settings and change Scale from Default to Fit to Paper).  Once you have the password you can come to the Parish Council Office to claim your treasure.

 

Croxley Green Parish Council Opening Hours

Monday to Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Friday 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The Parish Council Office will be closed for Easter 15th to 18th April 2022 

 

Croxley Green is a thriving community and the Parish Council has a duty to keep it that way. Our overarching intention is to enhance the wellbeing of the community, its residents and other stakeholders. We are elected to care for and maintain the facilities that are essential to our community and are valued by our residents. We support social and cultural activities that benefit the community and we are mindful of the need to keep everyone safe. We aim to keep our environmental footprint small.

From time to time, we need to seek your guidance as to how we should spend your money, when doing so might conflict with other aims. This is such an occasion.

The annual fireworks display on New Year’s Eve has become a popular fixture in village life and those who take part clearly enjoy the event. The 2021 display, after two years’ absence, was extremely well attended and was praised directly and on social media. It was described as “the best yet”. We estimate that between 2,000 and 3,000 individuals were on The Green at midnight and know that other residents can watch from their own homes without venturing far beyond their front doors.

However, fireworks have their disadvantages – noise, smoke, air and land pollution – and may not appeal to all. Even with the recent advances in firework technology which have reduced the carbon emissions and the use of heavy metals to produce the light and colours, staging a display will affect the environment. Our suppliers have provided calculations to show that the display itself produced approximately 12 kilograms of carbon dioxide. This calculation does not include emissions from cars used to get to and from the display.

As context 12 kilograms of CO2 are also the result of:

• An average car travelling about 56 miles
• A moderate meat eater living for 2.04 days or a vegan living for 3.98 days
• Manufacturing 1.44kg of cotton clothing or 2.10kg of wool clothing at final point of sale
• Producing 0.43kg of beef or 12.79kg of lentils for consumption as food

Our basic question to you is simple – should we continue with the display as it is staged now, or make changes, and if so, how would you like it to change? We will use your responses to inform us for the future.

You can complete the questionnaire online @ https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdw7uu1nwgGNtq-h9JrJv8u2GXCISHn8LarCt2alUYsYhYy4Q/viewform?usp=sf_link, by downloading a Word version here or picking up a form from the Parish Council office. 

Croxley Green artists of all ages and abilities are invited to showcase their talents at the 1st Croxley Green art competition & exhibition.

Entrants are asked to submit artwork on the theme of “Life in Croxley Green”.

There are 3 categories which you can enter; painting, illustration, and photography. These will be split into 3 age ranges; Under 11s, Under 18s (11-17) and 18+.

A shortlist of 5 artworks from each age range of the 3 categories will be chosen to be displayed at an exhibition at the Croxley Green Library on April 23 2022.

Prizes will be awarded to the winners and runners up of each category chosen by the public at the exhibition. Prizes can be viewed below.

The competition is open to all those who live, work or study in Croxley Green and is free to enter.

Full details and terms of entry can be found on the competition Artwork Submission Form which can be downloaded below.

We are also seeking stall holders for an arts and crafts market to take place at the Library on the day of the exhibiton. If interested, please complete and return the application form below. 

 Please contact the Parish Council on 01923 710250 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions or queries you have.

ARTWORK SUBMISSION FORM

MARKET STALL APPLICATION FORM

Prizes

Adult

Painting & Illustration

First Place     National Art Pass (https://www.artfund.org/national-art-pass#membership)
Second Place    £30 Cass Art voucher. 

Photography

First Place     National Art Pass
Second Place   £30 Camera World voucher. 

Under 18s

Painting & Illustration

First Place     National Art Pass
Second Place   £30 Cass Art voucher.

Photography

First Place     National Art Pass
Second Place     £30 Camera World voucher.

Under 11s

Painting & Illustration

First Place     Deluxe Art Set & £25 Cass Art Voucher  
Second Place     £30 Cass Art voucher.

Photography

First Place     Sharp Shots Photography Course Voucher (https://sharpshotsphotoclub.co.uk/kids-beginner-online-photography-course/)
Second Place Sharp Shots Smartphone Photography Course Voucher (
https://sharpshotsphotoclub.co.uk/smartphone-photography-course-online/)

 

You may have noticed the Jolly Roger flying atop our flagpole - what is this for, you may ask?? 

Croxley Green Parish Council's very own Councillor Emily Benner has created a Treasure Trail.  A fun walk around Croxley Green, solving clues that will lead you to the password location.  Once you have the password you can come to the Parish Council Office (see below for opening hours) to claim your treasure.  You can complete the trail anytime between Monday 14 February 2022 and Thursday 14 April 2022.

Pick up your Treasure Map from the Parish Council Office, Community Way, Croxley Green, WD3 3SU

or print one off by clicking here (FYI in the Print Dialogue Box, choose More Settings and change Scale from Default to Fit to Paper)

TreasureMapScreenshot

 

Croxley Green Parish Council Opening Hours

Monday to Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Friday 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

 

 

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