CREWS HILL Residents’ Association

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Newsletter 2015 coming soon…


See you at the AGM

 

Crews Hill Golf Club
Thursday June 4
7:30pm



 

ABOUT CHRA

Crews Hill Residents’ Association (CHRA)

CHRA was set up in 1947 to represent the interests of the local residents
in the Crews Hill area and to foster good public relations and encourage
social activities in conjunction with other organisations in the area.

The Residents’ Association is for the benefit of all local residents, not
just the committee members. READ MORE


OUR AIM

Objectives, Management, Powers etc.


 CONTACT

Is there something we should be covering?

Working together we can keep the area as we like it.

Include a picture if you can via web@crewshill.org

NEWS

The following will be on the AGENDA at the AGM on June 4th @ Crews Hill Golf Club 7:30 onwards. If you’d like to add to the agenda, please contact us.

Parking obstructions at Rosewood & Theobalds.
Controlled Parking? Yellow Lines? Your input needed to resolve the issue.

Whitewebbs Lane Caravan
next to Museum, update.

Fallow BuckPlough Corner
update.

B&L Coaches
parking along Whitewebbs Lane, update.

Guy Lodge Farm
– Whitewebbs Lane, Environment Agency, update.

Illegal burning
of plastics and business waste

– Report it to us through this website.
Success follows your recorded input.

Chase Farm Hospital
see report by Nick de Bois MP

Containers in Strayfield Road
due to be removed by end of May

 

London Loop

Find more information about the cycle path that cuts through Enfield, Hilly Fields, Strayfield Road, Rectory Farm – an excellent day out on 2 wheels!

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download the map from london-loop-section-17.

CREWS HILL GOLF CLUB

Hold your event at Crews Hill Golf Club. Visit for Lunch. Sunday Lunches. Meetings. Evening Drinks.

Call Melanie on 8363 6674 or email events@crewshillgolfclub.com

Join Crews Hill Golf Club and Kids join for FREE!

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BEE FRIENDLY PLANTS

You can make a difference. SEE the Bee Friendly stickers on seeds. Avoid these PESTICIDES. Set aside an area to Plant these:

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Bee friendly plants

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