Pensioners in Three Rivers chance to have their say

30th January 2017

pensioners-forum.jpgThree Rivers is welcoming residents to the Pensioners’ Forum on 24 February 2017, from 2-4pm in the Penn Chamber at Three Rivers House in Rickmansworth. 

On the agenda will be the Abbots Langley Leisure Project, which when completed will offer a lively and full spectrum of cultural and leisure facilities, development programmes and opportunities in Abbots Langley.

The next presentation will be the Maple Lodge Nature Reserve, where the speaker will help you understand more about this wonderful 40 acre nature reserve consisting of lakes, marsh, hedgerows and wooded plantation. 

In addition, you will be able to find out more about the Chiltern Open Air Museum, which has a collection of historic buildings situated in a working traditional farm. You can also discover the reconstructed buildings they have worked on.

Lastly, you will be able to learn about the transformation of Basing House (Rivertech), which is now home to entrepreneurs, freelancers and homeworkers, who now used the previously underused space. You can also hear about the Council’s economic development strategy.

The Pensioners’ Forum is a great way for residents in the district to meet and have their say on a range of issues and find out what’s happening in their area. It is also a good chance to have some tea, cake and a chat! The ever-popular forum has a high recorded attendance and they are able to listen to the wide variety of speakers at Pensioners Forum, and then hold a question and answer session with the speakers.

To be added to the mailing list, receive details of future meetings, help with transport or any other information, residents can contact 01923 776611 or

The Three Rivers District Council address: Penn Chamber, Three Rivers House, Northway, Rickmansworth, WD3 1RL.

***The Council building is fully wheelchair accessible and there is a hearing loop in Council Chamber.