Engaging the skills and talents of people of all ages to provide fun and enjoyment for everyone within the community, with increasing emphasis on bringing the community together, promoting mutual support and safety, whilst supporting local groups and their activities.
We host village events and community activities to raise funds for our village. The funds raised are invested back in the community. Recent benefits include the refurbishment of the Community Kiosk, the War Memorial railings and the on-going Clifton Park Play Area project.
The annual Scarecrow Festival is a fundraising opportunity for our community. We make the marquee available free-of-charge to St. John’s Primary Academy for their school disco and provide opportunities for local community groups to raise much-needed funds.
From helping out at our Scarecrow Festival to providing support to our Committee, we’re delighted for all offers of help
We welcome all offers of help, not everyone can (or wants to) attend meetings – we don’t mind! Committee members do commit to attending a minimum number of meetings throughout the year
We are a registered charity with the aim of preserving and enhancing village life; the projects we undertake, together with the events we stage help us to achieve our aims – everything we do is for the community benefit
We’re working on a page to list all our officers and committee members – more available soon
Take a quick look at the projects we’re working on (and have delivered), have a read of our Committee minutes and you’ll realise the range of skills we need to complete our work – you’ll be able to help and we’d love to see you get involved
We’re working on improving our communications (remember we’re all volunteers). You can join our mailing list, follow us on social media or join us at our next event.
We don’t charge! The most valuable thing you can donate is your time – it doesn’t have to be a lot, but any help you can give will help us to continue to improve our village
The CVCA encouraged the formation of The Clifton Village Neighborhood Forum (CVNF). The CVNF has a constitution and officers; there is close engagement between the organisations and we have representatives attend both meetings.