Welcome to the Chorleywood Residents' Association website

We are the main independent, not-for-profit voice for Chorleywood. When you live in Chorleywood you automatically become a member of the Residents’ Association. Please get in touch with us if you have any matters you’d like to discuss or would like to be involved.

CRA 100 Club

If you appreciate the work we do for our residents why not help us financially by joining our 100 Club? Unfortunately our running costs cannot be covered by sponsorship and voluntary donations alone. Membership of the 100 Club is open to all and by setting up a Standing Order with us you not only will be helping us raise much needed funds but you will also be joining in the excitement of winning monthly cash prizes where the odds of winning are quite high! See our 100 Club page for full details.

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  • News and e-Newsletters

    Below are the most recent news items featured on our website. You can find them all on our News page or click the highlighted link to see each news item in full. We also produce a regular free e-newsletter. If you would like to subscribe, see our Mailing List page. All we need is your email address which will not be used for any other purpose and you can unsubscribe at any time. An archive of recent e-newsletters can be seen on our e-newsletter archive page.
  • Neighbourhood Watch Chairperson for Chorleywood Catherine Blandford has agreed to take on the role of Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) Chairperson for Chorleywood. Catherine has been a NHW road coordinator for over ten years and has done a lot in that time to help foster a community spirit and to sign residents onto OWL. Catherine’s role will include liaising with our local police force and Parish Council and representing Chorleywood NHW at Chorleywood Residents' Association meetings.David Clark and Stuart Parish, who assist Philip Waine (our Watch Liaison Officer) by signing residents onto OWL, are exploring with Catherine and Philip ways of working together in the future.
    Posted 3 Oct 2018, 10:04 by Phil Ellis
  • Co-op Building Following discussions with the Residents' Association, the applicant for planning permission at 16 - 18 Lower Road (the Co-op building) has decided to withdraw the application to give time to properly consider the concerns of local residents and to consider the extent to which these might be addressed.In the light of this, we understand that the 4th October meeting will no longer occur. The applicant may wish to hold a public meeting when this review process is completed.
    Posted 26 Sep 2018, 13:26 by Phil Ellis
  • Apple Day 2018 Apple Day will take place at the Orchard in Chorleywood House Estate on Saturday 6th October 2018 from 11am until 3pm.A fun day out for all the family. BBQ, fresh local apple juice, cider and home made produce available. Children’s activities. Free entry and parking (WD3 5SL).All the juice is made from locally grown apples and the single variety juices (Discovery, Lord Lambourne, Kidd's Orange Red and Cox's Orange Pippin) are in limited quantities - when they're gone they're gone! There are also some delicious new preserves - damson and orange jam, apple, chilli and calvados jelly as well as apple or plum chutney - again made from local apples and plums.
    Posted 26 Sep 2018, 13:30 by Phil Ellis
  • 100 Club Winners - Future Updates We have created a section towards the bottom on the 100 Club web page where the winners of all our monthly draws will be announced once all winners have been notified. No separate News items about the monthly draws will be made as all details of 100 Club can now be found on that page.
    Posted 10 Jul 2018, 05:30 by Phil Ellis
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About Us

The Chorleywood Residents' Association (Hertfordshire, UK) is a non-party political association that is passionate about maintaining the special character of Chorleywood.  

The work of the Association is championed by the Executive Committee, a dedicated enthusiastic body of volunteers, committed to representing all residents of Chorleywood Parish and campaigning on their behalf.

The Executive Committee is supported in this work by the Resident Representatives and others who distribute items of interest to residents in the road they represent. This may include newsletters, leaflets and surveys.

We hope that this website will be a focal point for the residents of Chorleywood and with your help and support we can become a valuable source of information for the local community.

For more information
see our About Us page.

Fix My Street

Please note that we have been advised by HCC not to use Fix My Street for highways issues, including potholes, but to use their website instead. See this News item.

Currently TRDC encourages the use of Fix My Street, hence the information given below!

We continue to monitor the situation.