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Notice of General Election | 8th June 2017

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This Girl Can in Herts Week | 3rd June to 11th June 2017

This Girl Can in Herts Week | 3rd June to 11th June 2017

This Girl Can in Herts is the county campaign that supports Sport England’s national initiative to encourage more women and girls to be active. Now in its third year we are keen to build on our success to date in encouraging women and girls to take part in sport.

There is a wide range of activities taking place in Three Rivers and across Hertfordshire. Click here for a list of just some of the activities taking place in Three Rivers. pdf

The full list can be found at the campaign website thisgirlcanherts.org. The majority of classes are FREE for this week so a perfect opportunity to sample a new activity. Any help or support you can give in promoting the campaign would be fantastic.

This Girl Can 2017 Postcard pdf

Wildlife Site Survey Report for Grove Wood, Chorleywood

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Chorleywood Film Club | The Light Between Oceans (2016, Cert 12)

  • Starring Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander, Rachel Weisz
  • Directed by Derek Clanfrance
  • Written by Derek Clanfrance, from the novel by M.L. Stedman
  • Running time: 133 mins
  • Screening: Friday 19th May, 7.45pm, Chorleywood War Memorial Hall
  • Poster pdf

Chorleywood Litter Pickers Scheme

A local resident from Chorleywood, Mr. Bill Griffiths, has come up with an initiative related to keeping the village and surrounding areas tidy, and he is promoting a new litter picking project. We would like to encourage as many residents as possible to get involved with the project.

Please click here for further information. pdf

If you want further information or want to get involved, please contact Bill directly. Email: contact@chorleywoodnhw.org Telephone: 01923 282507

May Bushes Clearance Work 2017

Many of the trees that have been felled on the common have been felled as part of a 'Grassland Restoration project'. By far the rarest Habitats on the common are the grassland habitats, nearly all of which are unimproved. These grasslands were formed 2 to 3 thousand years ago by prehistoric man clearing woodland to graze livestock, the resulting over grazing forming the low nutrient heathland and grassland habitats of which fragments are still remaining on the common .In fact less than a century ago the common remained in its' prehistoric treeless state. We are very lucky to have some of these precious grasslands left which enable us to restore low quality secondary woodland and scrub back to the way it has remained for thousands of years un- changed.

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School Crossing Patrol Wanted!

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Volunteering Opportunities

Do you have some time to spare? Visit the Volunteering section of this website for opportunities to help in the local community.