We are committed to making your neighbourhood a safer place to live, work and visit. We listen and talk to our communities, and find out what affects your quality of life and feelings of security. Our priorities are then set by the local community and we work with you and other agencies to find a lasting solution.
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Creative Cricklewood is a diverse group of writers, artists and supporters, helping to make our town a vibrant and creative hub. We support and publicise arts, writing, music and performance meet-ups and events in Cricklewood and Northwest London and run regular thought-provoking events in unusual locations on Cricklewood Broadway.
Childs Hill School is a diverse, vibrant learning community where expectations and standards are high. Our children make huge progress in terms of learning, creativity and their understanding of themselves and others. We are very proud of what they achieve and we are relentless in our efforts to ensure that they are academically, socially and emotionally prepared for the future.
NorthwestTWO is a residents’ association that’s open to everyone living in Cricklewood, established in 2007. We are non-political, and aim to promote residents’ interests and improve our community. We’re a completely independent not-for-profit group.
The Cricklewood Millennium Green Trust owns the Millennium Green at Claremont Road and the Vale, NW2. The green is used by local residents, schools and other parties for environmental and recreational activities. We are always welcoming new volunteers! Please contact Pauline on 020 8455 6527
Claremont Free Church has been established in this zone since 1900s and on its present site since 1931 as a Christian community worshiping within the Baptist tradition. Most of its members and congregation live within the zone but come from a variety ethnicity/countries including England, Wales, Spain, Hungary, Ghana, Nigeria, Armenia, Iran, Colombia, Thailand, China, Japan, Korea to name but a few! As well as the Scout Group, the Church hosts mother and child groups and after school activities plus a drop in centre. In addition other external groups use the premises to run yoga, judo, wrestling, language and numeracy classes, traditional dancing, a Muslim session during Ramadan and a weekly Ghanian church plus the Scout Association run regular First Aid classes for Scout and Guide leaders from throughout North London.
3rd Golders Green Scout Group provides Scouting training for 6-18 years olds boys and girls with members from all faiths and ethnic backgrounds offering fun, friendship and diverse activities. This is within a uniformed structured training programme designed to develop these young people into young adults able to cope with many of the problems and challenges they are likely to face in their adult lives. It is the only Scout Group within the NW2/NW11 area of London Borough of Barnet.
Our aim is to encourage community development and to be a forum for the community to share information, news, concerns, ideas and plans.
Our membership is made up of individuals, groups and organisations in and around Cricklewood. All who live and work in the area are welcome to come along and take part.
We welcome and value the participation of our local councillors from the Childs Hill and Golders Green wards and the local police safer neighbourhood team.
The aim of the Waterloo Road Neighbourhood Watch is to bring neighbours together to create strong, friendly, active communities where crime and anti-social behaviour are less likely to happen.
Their vision is that of a caring society that is focused on trust and respect in which people are safe from crime and enjoy a good quality of life. They also aim to make sure that no one feels afraid, vulnerable or isolated in the place in which they live.
The Fordwych Residents Association (FRA) is a long-established and active group in the local area, representing the views of members and residents in its immediate area and the wider West Hampstead community.
The area covered by the FRA is essentially Fordwych Road and its adjoining streets. This means we cover a diverse area, from Maygrove Road and Kilburn in the south – up to Richborough Road and Cricklewood in the north.
Photo from Community Liason Group meeting