Oxhey Village Environment Group | www.oveg.org


OVEG (Oxhey Village Environment Group) is your local non-political, non-profit residents’ group run by volunteers since 1974, whose main objectives are to:

•  maintain the character of Oxhey Village and its surroundings
•  foster the community spirit in the village
•  maintain and improve the environment of, and services to the area
•  record the history of the area

We do this by organising local events such as the Summer Fayre, Picnic on the Green, Oxfest, and Big Breakfast. We also offer community grants to fund initiatives that will contribute to life in Oxhey, and keep a close eye on all planning developments within the village.

If you’re already one of our 600+ members thank you for your continued support, if you’re not yet a member please join us today. Membership starts at only £2.50 for two years and includes our quarterly newsletter to keep you up to date on all things Oxhey and OVEG related. As a member you’ll be supporting your thriving local community and strengthening the collective voice of its residents.

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3 comments on “Welcome

  1. Heather Stewart
    4 October 2015

    Hi, I’m a resident of Lowson Grove and wondered if anyone has noticed an increase in the light aircraft traffic from Elstree Areodrome? There seems to be constant circuits flown over the area week days and weekends. There are two overhead as I write! I’m wondering if they’ve changed their flight path.
    Any other views would be welcome.
    H Stewart

    • Kim Baxter
      23 October 2015

      Yes heather I and a number of other residents have noticed the same. In particular low flying helicopters. This issue was raised at our last committee meeting. I will raise with our local councillors and see what can be done thx Kim

  2. D Young
    3 November 2015

    I am disappointed to see the monstrous iron fence that has been erected around the allotments (paddock road) it complete destroys the lines and views that gave this area a unique and ‘open’ village feel. It completely clashes with the attractive wooden fencing that has been replaced and makes the whole area look like you are walking along the side of a secure compound. Which I assume is the intended effect.. Tools and shed’s can rest easy… another nail… shame.


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