Shenley Village & Parish Council

Shenley Village & Parish Council


Parish Council Office

The Hub, London Road,
Shenley, Radlett,
Herts WD7 9BS

Telephone 01923 855865

The office is open each weekday between 8.30am and 12 noon, unless otherwise stated on the door.








Forthcoming Events

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Welcome to Shenley


November 2014 Meeting Report

We started the Meeting with the usual review of the minutes of October's Meeting and a brief discussion with a resident over a planning application.
We then talked about the success on Remembrance Sunday of our Exhibition of First World War photos and histories of the fallen soldiers. Many people have thanked us for this, and we would also like to give a special thanks to John Butchart for all his painstaking and meticulous research, and for mounting the exhibition together with Amanda Leboff. It was decided to hold a repeat exhibition in the future. A member of the public who came to our meeting also commented on the success of getting the village together over a cup of tea in the Village Hall. We decided that we would like to offer refreshments every Remembrance Sunday in future. We are also very grateful for the help and support we received from the WI.


I am a researcher working at the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London. I am involved in a research project that traces the lived experiences of people who worked at Shenley Hospital. The research study is historical in nature and will include the analysis of archival material as well as interviews with former hospital workers. I do hope that this advert will raise local interest in the project and reach out to community members who are willing to talk about their experiences of working at the hospital or about what it was like to live in close proximity to one of the country's largest and most cutting-edge institutions dedicated to mental health.

New Parish Councillors

The Parish Councillors list has been updated following the recent elections

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Explore the World - Exclusively for Shenley babies!

Free drop-in under 1’s session with Heuristic play and sensory activities
Children instinctively investigate objects that interest them, making discoveries through taste, touch, smell, sound and how they look.
Through heuristic and sensory play, your baby can discover and explore the world around them.

Shenley Village Children’s Centre
London Road,
Thursdays 2-3pm
(Starts 24th April. Not on 29th May)

Shenley Village Matters - Spring 2014

Clore Shalom School

HM The Queen Responds to School’s New Year Peace Project
Clore Shalom School launched an innovative and hopefully peace inducing learning project for Rosh Hashanah this year - and it has even reached Her Majesty the Queen!
Shenley Village Children’s Centre

Children’s Centres offer the best start in life for every child, providing a place where under 5’s can get involved in a range of both play and early learning activities. Parents, grandparents and carers can benefit from better opportunities with access to child care, family support, health services, outreach services, training and employment advice.


David Wass made his second visit to Shenley W.I. in November. He came to tell us about shoplifting and, having been in the police force for over thirty years, he had much experience to draw upon and we learned some surprising facts. For instance, a big store in a shopping mall can suffer a loss of over £2 million a year, a loss that is covered by the prices charged to the honest cus- tomer! Shoplifting is very prevalent and a very well planned occupation.
Helping you prepare for the cost of care

The cost of social care and how we pay for it is an issue that isn’t going away. We are all living longer and we need to think about our future and how we want to be cared for.

Minutes of Council Meetings


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