Meet the people who are contributing to Cricklewood’s present and future. Everything you find in this section is grown from the bottom up, full of great ideas and vision, and managed by local people in Cricklewood’s neighbourhood. If you would like to get involved, get in touch.
The Cricklewood Town Team(CTT), is working with the Clayton Crown, to spearhead an initiative to continue the excellent work of CTT over the years by inviting local businesses to become a key partner in consolidating the current improvements and developing… Continue reading
Businesses, residents, Safer Neigbhourhood Teams from Child’s Hill, Mapesbury and Fortune Green wards as well as councillors agreed a Community Safety Strategy for Cricklewood Broadway and meet quarterly as Cricklewood Joint Action Group with meetings hosted by Cricklewood Town Team (previously CIP). In response to the feedback from traders… Continue reading
The Marketing & Publicity sub group of the Cricklewood Town Team is made up of creative people who are interested in the arts and culture, live or work in Cricklewood. The group represents professional and non professional: makers, creators, participants… Continue reading
Businesses, residents, Safer Neigbhourhood Teams from Child’s Hill, Mapesbury and Fortune Green wards as well as councillors agreed a Community Safety Strategy for Cricklewood Broadway and meet quarterly as Cricklewood Joint Action Group with meetings hosted http://content.met.police.uk/Team/Camden/FortuneGreen http://content.met.police.uk/Team/Barnet/ChildsHill http://content.met.police.uk/Team/Brent/Mapesbury A dedicated Joint Action Group to resolve key concerns in… Continue reading
www.clitterhouse.com firstname.lastname@example.org The Clitterhouse Farm Project’s mission is to secure the future of these historic Victorian farm outbuildings and to transform them into a vibrant and creative hub that supports our community and small businesses. We want to provide a compatible… Continue reading
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.
Cricklewood Town Team in Partnership with Govia Thameslink Railways are proud that Cricklewood Station platform is hosting a legacy typographic mural by artist Lakwena in a tribute to pilot Amy Johnson, the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia in 1930. She… Continue reading
Welcome to Cricklewood A significant boost to Cricklewood in these difficult times is the unveiling of a sign painted on the railway bridge outside the station to offer a welcoming entrance to the town announcing Cricklewood as a place in… Continue reading