Vote Yes for the
Neighbourhood Plan

Your Opportunity to protect the future of Croxley Green

Referendum 6th December 2018

For more information click here


Croxley Green Parish Council is excited to announce the re-launch of its Pre-School Allotment Group, a community initiative aimed at fostering a love for gardening and nature amongst Croxley Green’s youngest residents. This unique program will take place fortnightly on Wednesday afternoons and promises to provide a fun and educational experience for children in our parish.

The Pre-School Allotment Group offers children the opportunity to learn about gardening, sustainable practices, and the natural world, all while enjoying the fresh air and tranquillity of the Barton Way allotment. The sessions will be led by the Parish Council rangers.

The children will have the chance to grow their own fruits, vegetables, and flowers, encouraging healthy eating habits and a sense of pride in their accomplishments.

The Pre-School Allotment Group will commence on 7 June and will meet fortnightly from 1.30pm at the Barton Way allotment. Spaces are limited, and interested families are encouraged to register in advance to secure their child's participation. Registrations can be made by completing the form available from the Parish Council Office and below.


Croxley Green Parish Council announces the Planting of a Commemorative Oak tree celebrating King Charles III Coronation.

The planting of the tree will take place on Tuesday 9th May 2023 at the entrance of Stone’s Orchard on Croxley Green at 11am and will be carried out by representatives from the council and local community groups.

Rich in tradition, the planting of commemorative trees on Croxley Green began in 1897 when the first tree was planted in celebration of Queen Victoria’s Diamond jubilee. Following this an addition 13 trees have been planted in celebration of all sovereigns taking the throne thereafter and stand proud till this day.

Croxley Green History Society have compiled information on all the trees located on the green and can be found at https://www.croxleygreenhistory.co.uk/trees_on_the_green.html

Croxley Green Parish Councillors are proud to continue this tradition in conjunction with Three Rivers District Council and Hertfordshire County Council, adding to what is our finest asset of natural beauty, and hope residents of Croxley Green can enjoy it for many generations to come. 


Croxley Green Parish Council is pleased to announce that the Senior Citizen's Summer Coach Trip this year is to Eastbourne on Wednesday 12th July 2023.  Two coaches will be leaving Croxley Green at 9 a.m. and returning at 6 p.m.

Complete the Nomination Form and return to the Parish Council Office, Community Way by Monday 19 June to be entered into the draw.



Croxley Green artists of all ages and abilities are invited to showcase their talents at the 2nd Croxley Green art competition & exhibition.

Entrants are asked to submit artwork on the theme of “Earth Day”.

There are 4 categories which you can enter; painting, illustration, photography, and non-recyclable collage*. These will be split into 3 age ranges; Under 11s, Under 18s (11-17) and 18+.

A shortlist of 5 artworks from each age range of the 4 categories will be chosen to be displayed at an exhibition at the Croxley Green Library on 13 May 2023. In a change to last year's event, the artworks will be displayed for 1 week in the library prior to May 13. Voting will also be open for 1 week  Winners will be announced on 13 May.

Prizes will be awarded to the winners and runners up of each category chosen by the public.

The competition is open to all those who live, work or study in Croxley Green and is free to enter. Artwork must be submitted by May 2.

Full details and terms of entry can be found on the competition Artwork Submission Form which can be downloaded below.

Please contact the Parish Council on 01923 710250 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions or queries you have.


* Please use only non-recyclable materials in any collage. This will help raise awareness about how many materials can still not be recycled and prevent any recyclable materials from becoming non-recyclable.


© 2018 Croxley Green Parish Council

Site designed and built by KVA Digital