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last update 22nd September 2007
Keep Cuffley Rural
The committee was formed primarily to fight the Tesco planning application, so the planning meeting decision to enable Tesco to move into the village has effectively removed its primary goal. There were a number of initiatives under discussion, principally designed to support local and family businesses by encouraging residents to shop locally. It was therefore agreed that the Northaw and Cuffley Residents Association was the best placed organisation to continue this work, so from the meeting of the 6th September, Keep Cuffley Rural committee members who wished to continue this fight were co-opted onto the Residents Association. All fighting funds to transfer to this body.
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Keep Cuffley Rural was launched on May the 18th 2007
The campaigning committee was established by 'public demand at the meeting on May 18 attended by over 300 people at the Cuffley Hall.
Our village has a mixture of shops and services that have served our local community well for many years and we do not want the tranquillity of our village to change just to meet the sales growth target of any new multiple retailer. We hope you understand and like the name.
SIMPLY PRINT YOUR OWN WINDOW POSTER
For the bigger window poster, please go to Wacketts Newsagents while stocks last
We are a SINGLE-ISSUE PRESSURE GROUP. We are totally NON-POLITICAL. We have one aim we are opposed to the specific development of converting what was the Harvester into a Tesco Express store. We at Keep Cuffley Rural say No to Tesco or simply No Tesco.
Keep Cuffley Rural Community first
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