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Join the Residents Association at Village Day

posted 6 Jul 2011, 02:14 by Unknown user   [ updated 6 Jul 2011, 02:17 ]
Join us for a Pimms at Village Day...

This Saturday sees the annual Chorleywood Village Day take place on the Common

Many businesses, organisations and clubs from the village and surrounding areas will be represented, with fun and activities for all the family, from 12pm to 4pm.

The Chorleywood Residents' Association will be present with our own stall, so come along and enjoy a Pimms, and tell us what your concerns are, or what you would like to see the committee doing for the village.
  • Local Playground
  • Dog fouling on the common
  • State of the local roads
The Village Day will take place in the "Fire Ride" behind the cricket pavillion alongside the A404 close to Christchurch. Parking will be available at Christchurch, in Chorleywood House Estate and in the usual car parking in the area. Sat Navs can aim for postcode WD3 5SL.

Chorleywood is often infamous for is assocation with the Chorleywood Bread Process which was developed in 1961 by the British Baking Industries Research Association which were based at Chorleywood, and is now used to make 80% of the UK's bread.

As reported in the Watford Observer, as part of Chorleywood Village Day on July 9, members of the Real Bread Campaign will be spreading their message and the benefits of buying traditionally made bread as part of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Chorleywood Bread Process. Baker Paul Jones’ and his mobile wood-fired oven will give people the chance to try making traditional bread and pizzas.

We look forward to welcoming members and residents alike - see you there!

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