A COMMUNITY arts group is offering free membership to boost its numbers.
Northwood Community Arts, which meets at St John's Church, Hallowell Road, Northwood, runs a series of activities and workshops for artists young and old.
It was set up in 2005 and since then has organised a host of children's theatre workshops, a programme of circus skills for children, a scheme for older people including dance and textiles classes, and a visual art project that involved creating a community mural.
A FLASH new community hall is about to open and community groups are needed to fill it.
The wrecking ball moved in on Northwood Dining Club, High Street, Northwood, last year, bringing to an end 13 years of wrangling over the site.
Now the finishing touches are being put on its replacement - Kate Fassnidge Community Hall.
A SCHEME to help elderly residents live at home has launched its second branch in Northwood Hills.
The popularity of Northwood Live At Home saw the new 'friendship group' established at the United Reformed Church in Joel Street.
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Profits will go towards St Edmund's Church, and light refreshments will be available.
Where? St Edmund's Hall, Pinner Road, Northwood Hills, HA6 1QS
When? Wednesday February 15, 2-5pm
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A NEW Scouts group in Northwood has seen numbers swell in the week since it was formed.
The 2nd Northwood Scouts met for the first time on September 13, with seven members.
At least nine were expected at its meeting last night (Tuesday) and emails and telephone calls about joining have been flooding in.
The original scout group for the area closed five years ago and there have only been cubs and beavers meetings, for younger children, since.
IT HAS taken about 40 volunteers several hours of their free time but finally the last strokes were added to Northwood's first ever piece of community artwork on Saturday (30).
Northwood Community Arts launched the project earlier this month after scooping funding from the Heathrow Community and Environment Awards 2011.
It was designed to bring together the many different organisations the group works with, as well as residents who wanted to brighten up their area.
BIRDS of prey, dance demonstrations and music performances were among the star attractions at the annual Revels on the Green festival.
About 10,000 people descended on Croxley Green to attend the hotly-anticipated event, held on Saturday (18).
PHOTOGRAPHY fans are invited to attend a taster evening hosted by Croxley Camera Club next Thursday (23).
TEN thousand people are set to descend on Croxley Green for the annual Revels on the Green Festival this Saturday (18).
The hotly-anticipated mid-summer celebration will begin with a procession in front of Croxley House, on The Green, at 1.30pm, before South West Hertfordshire MP, David Gauke, will officially declare the event open.
Attractions include a falconry display, maypole dancing, the annual schools pushball tournament, football, mini rugby and tae kwon do demonstrations.
A CHURCH in Northwood is hosting a holiday club to keep children occupied during the summer break.
Mission Rescue, at Holy Trinity Church in Rickmansworth Road, is aimed at youngsters aged five to 11, especially those who are not yet part of a church community.