Welcome

Welcome to the website of Croham Valley Residents’ Association.

The Association was set up in the early 1970s for the benefit of the local residents in the Croham area. It is a small organisation run by the local residents to provide information and support as needed. We produce a quarterly newsletter to all members and look forward to the continued support of all the local residents.

News

The latest news concerning our area is included in Local News.  As of January 2019 we are looking at the changes the Council is proposing to the 2018 Council Plan. Please click for details.

Work on developing the website is constantly in progress. If you have any suggestions on what you would like to see please do Contact Us.

Newsletter

CVRA newsletter is published in Spring and Autumn and is distributed to all members of the Association.

Spring 2019
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Autmn 2019
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Membership

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Representatives

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Area

Our area is divided in to 3 zones, as shown here

We cover the area shown below; of the Croham Valley from Spencer Road to Farley Road and the Ballards Farm Estate through to the top of Ballards Way.

CVRA Area

CVRA membership area ( https://www.google.co.uk/maps)

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