About Us

Chorleywood Residents' Association (CRA) is a dedicated group of community-spirited volunteers who are passionate about maintaining the special and friendly character of Chorleywood.  All Chorleywood residents are automatically members of the Residents’ Association.
CRA is run by the Executive Committee, supported Resident Representatives who welcome new residents to Chorleywood when they move in.  

The Executive Committee meets on the 3rd Monday of each month, and we hold an Annual General Meeting with a guest speaker, at which the Committee is elected and the Report and Accounts are approved.  We also hold regular meetings with Three Rivers District Council, Chorleywood Parish Council, Hertfordshire County Council and our local MP.  Click here for the archive of meeting minutes.  

Chorleywood Residents' Association is funded by voluntary donations from Residents, membership of our 100 Club, and local businesses advertising in our twice-yearly magazine, The Chorleywood Resident, which is delivered to each and every household in Chorleywood Parish.  

Volunteers are always welcome, email enquiries@chorleywoodresidents.co.uk if you'd like to get involved! 

  • We are passionate about Chorleywood
  • We are determined that the special character of Chorleywood be maintained and enhanced
  • We are volunteers who want to serve and help our fellow Chorleywood residents
  • To help Residents make the right connections to resolve issues in areas such as planning, highways, parking, our local environment, and any other local issues that matter to residents
  • To reach out to Residents through our website, monthly Newsletters, Twitter, Facebook, twice-yearly editions of The Chorleywood Resident, and of course our personal experiences and interactions with Chorleywood residents
  • To support all Chorleywood residents: children and adults of all ages
  • To connect with all Residents in Chorleywood
  • To understand Residents' needs and concerns through regular engagement with our members and other community groups
  • To enhance the relationship between CRA and local government bodies