Northwood Hills Residents Association

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Welcome to the

Northwood Hills

Residents Association

Our Mission Statement:

To assist residents to preserve the environment of Northwood Hills and campaign on local issues such as planning & development, anti-social behaviour and healthcare.

To promote a sense of community and belonging, organising and providing information on events and other activities with the provision of details via social media, the website and magazine.

To act as a conduit for residents into organisations that represent them (eg councillors, police, surgeries, schools) and to have good relations with them so that useful dialogue/advice can take place/be given.

Membership only costs 3.00 per year per household and for this fee you get:

2 copies of 'The Hills Echo' delivered to your door.

Entitlement to attend the Annual General Meeting and Committee meetings.

If you would like to become a member please e-mail
Trevor Dixon

Our new header has been reproduced by kind permission of the artists Gordon Collett and Cosmo Sarson

The next Committee meeting will be held on
Wednesday 27th January 2016 at 7.30 pm.
at Fairfield Church, Windsor Close.

Northwood School Redevelopment

The new building is on schedule to be opened in September 2016.
Farrans Construction will be issuing regular bulletins to inform residents of progress.

Click here to see the latest bulletin.


Northwood & Pinner Hospital

NHS Properties is intending to sell the site, as surplus to requirements.

Click here to sign the on-line petition to keep it as a Community Asset.


Christmas Lights

The annual concert and switch-on of the Christmas lights took place on Saturday 14th November 2015.

Click here to see some photos


Cheques for Charity

A collection for charity was taken at the Christmas Lights Switch-On.
Your generosity raised 300.
A cheque for 150 was presented to the staff of The William Jolle for their chosen charity, Clic Sargent. The remaining 150 will be divided equally between two local charities:
Northwood Live at Home and WRAP (Watford Recycling Arts Project).

Click here to see the presentation.


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