Environmental Forum - 8 November 2017
For a meeting to be held in the Penn Chamber, Three Rivers House on Wednesday 8 November 2017 at 7.30pm.
Councillors Chris Lloyd (Chairman), Martin Brooks, Heather Kenison, Angela Killick, Stephen King, David Major, Reena Ranger, Phil Williams and one representative from each of the following organisations: -
Abbots Langley Parish Council - Parish Councillor Liz Burns
Batchworth Community Council - Parish Councillor TBA
Chorleywood Parish Council - Parish Councillor Tony Edwards
Croxley Green Parish Council - Parish Councillor TBA
Sarratt Parish Council - Parish Councillor Nick Mortimer
Watford Rural Parish Council - Parish Councillor Yessica Gould
Rickmansworth and District Residents’ Association and Rickmansworth Society - Peter Waters
Countryside Management Service - Tony Bradford/Isabel Crozier
Farming Community - Sally Findlay
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust - Matt Dodds
Watford Friends of the Earth and Friends of Croxley Common Moor - Graham Everett
Groundwork Herts - Daniel Du Gard
Spokes (South West Herts Cycling Group) - Peter Loader
Herts Environmental Records Centre - Martin Hicks
Friends of Chorleywood House Estate - Janet Anders/Doug King
Affinity Water - Daniel Cooper
Oxhey Woods Conservation Volunteers - TBA
Curtis Conservation Group - Yvonne Stirling
Maple Lodge Conservation Society - Keith Pursall
Campaign for the Protection of Rural England - Dudley Edmunds
Friends of Carpenters Wood - Barbara Green
Chorleywood Residents’ Association - Jon Bishop
Eastbury Residents’ Association - Neelima Payne
Abbots Langley Transition Town Association - Ian Bond
Rickmansworth Waterways Trust - David Montague
Steven Halls, Chief Executive
25 October 2017
1. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
(a) To receive the Notes of the Meeting of the Environmental Forum held on Wednesday 12 July 2017.12-july-2017-action-table-1.doc (doc)
(b) Matters arising (if not covered elsewhere on the agenda).
3.PRESENTATION BY GRAHAM CLARK, FROM THE FRIENDS OF CROXLEY COMMON MOOR – PART ONE
‘Birds of Croxley Common Moor’
The first part of a talk by local ornithologist, Graham Clark, about the birds on this special, local site deriving from his spring survey work there in 2016 and 2017.
Croxley Common Moor has been traditionally grazed for centuries, which gives it its unique character. And plenty of anthills! Although the site is principally important for its botanical interest there are plenty of interesting birds too. Some of the birds you may be familiar with, but some maybe not so much and it might surprise you to learn how rich the ornithological interest is as well.
4.BIODIVERSITY PROJECTS OFFICER REPORT (Kay FitzGerald)bio-diversity-report-8-november-2017.docx (docx)
5. MEMBERS’ INFORMATION EXCHANGE
News, Issues and Environmental Progress Reports.
6. ANY OTHER BUSINESS (to alert the Chairman in advance of the meeting, please)
If any member wishes to speak, please advise Kay FitzGerald on 01923 776611, or e-mail email@example.com or the Chairman, before the meeting. Thank you.
7. SPEAKERS FOR FUTURE MEETINGS
8. PRESENTATION BY GRAHAM CLARK OF THE FRIENDS OF CROXLEY COMMON MOOR – PART TWO
Conclusion of the talk by local ornithologist Graham Clark.
9. NEXT MEETING
Wednesday 7 March 2018
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