Great Kingshill

Residents' Association

This section of the website is intended to give you a guide to facilities and resources in the local area; further information is available in this leaflet.

In addition to the information on the pages in this section, please click on these links below

Neighbourhood Watch is a community based organisation, and most roads in the village are covered by a road co-ordinator. Membership is free, and members are encouraged to receive the police ‘Ringmaster’ messages via the co-ordinator and to display the door stickers to assist in keeping the village a low crime area. Success has been achieved in most areas of crime: burglary, anti-social behaviour and car crime are rare, and thanks to the ‘no cold calling’ stickers, doorstep crime is also rare. We want to keep it this way!

If you do not receive a visit from your road co-ordinator, but wish to become involved, please contact one of the two area co-ordinators who live in the village: Stan Jones on 01494 716278 or Terry Williams on 01494 712265.

 

Fireworks

Friday 3rd November 2017. Corner of Cockpit Road and Missenden Road,  Gates open 6pm.  More info

PLEASE KEEP YOUR DOG ON A LEAD ON FARMLAND

GKRA have been asked by the local farming community to ask owners to think before releasing dogs off the lead on farmland. More info

GKRA Newsletter

wins BEST EDITOR in National award   More info

VILLAGE BOOK

Want to know more about Great Kingshill?

Fully illustrated and REVISED Great Kingshill in Words and Pictures  More info

CRYERS HILL AREA GKRA NEWSLETTER DISTRIBUTOR WANTED

HELP!! We need someone to volunteer to deliver the Newsletters in the Cryers Hill area. Please get in touch with Rose on 712207 if you would like to be part of the Newsletter team of distributors, thanks.