Welcome to the Northaw & Cuffley Residents Association Committee
Michael Green – Acting chair
I have lived in Cuffley since 1962 and have always been a member of the association and its forerunner. My other local interests include Committee Member of the Cuffley and Goffs Oak Medical Practice Patient Participation Group, Committee Member of The Kidston Institute at Northaw, Volunteer for the Age UK Hertfordshire Visiting Scheme, and Volunteer at the Epilepsy Clinic, Harlow Hospital.
Trevor Scammell – Vice Chair
I have been a resident of Cuffley for forty nine years commuting to the City for over 50 years. I have also been a member of the Residents Association Committee for several years, a Committee Member of Cuffley Industrial Heritage Society and a member of Cuffley Horticultural Society. I am a Member of the U3A in Potters Bar and Broxbourne and a bowling member of Hatfield Bowls club.
Susan Ashby – Membership Secretary
We moved to Northaw in 2012 and became involved in NCRA when we realised the extent of the proposed building on the Green Belt. We started by delivering the annual leaflets and I am now the Membership Secretary. Four generations of our family live locally and we see how local issues affect all ages in the community.
Diane Draper – Treasurer
I have lived in Cuffley for over 20 years and been a member of NCRA for most of that time and am now the Treasurer. I am interested in planning applications for our two villages and review them for the area on a weekly basis on behalf of NCRA. I am a Committee Member of the Patient Participation Group for Cuffley & Goffs Oak Medical Practice. I am also a volunteer at the 60 Plus luncheon club in Potters Bar and for Enfield & District Veteran Vehicle Trust at Whitewebbs Museum of Transport.
Anna Sharkey – Secretary
I have been a resident in Cuffley for 7 years – a new resident compared to others! In that time I have become focused on keeping the village spirit. Previously I lived in Goffs Oak for 12 years. I joined NCRA in 2015 in the hope that I can assist and influence the current concerns of residents. In the past I have been involved in Parents Teachers Associations and local community groups.
My family has lived in Cuffley since the 1970’s. During that time I have helped our local school and other Parish organisations through both voluntary work and fund raising. I was elected Chair of NCRA in 2015 serving until January 2019. My wish is to continue to collaborate with Members to ensure that NCRA has an even greater relevance in influencing the future of our Parish. Maintaining a strong community spirit and campaigning to protect our rural environment are my key interests.
We moved to Northaw in 2012 and became involved in
NCRA when we realised the extent of the proposed building on the Green Belt. Four generations of our family live locally and we see how local issues affect all ages in the community and we are concerned about the long-term effects of planning and environmental issues etc. My hobbies are mainly rambling and fishing, and I am a member of the Barnet Angling Club.
I have lived in Cuffley since 1966 and in that time have primarily been involved with sports clubs. I helped to arrange the merging of Tolmers Youth FC with Cuffley FC to form Cuffley Youth FC. I have coached Junior, Senior Saturday and Sunday teams and for a few years was Chairman of the Sports and Social club. I am now a member of the tennis club.
I have lived in Northaw most of my life, and attended Northaw Primary School as my Mother did before me! I joined NCRA as a committee member in 2017 and have a nominated responsibility for developing and maintaining the web site.
I have lived in Cuffley and Northaw since 1982 and recently joined NCRA and The Kidston Institute as a committee member. My local voluntary interests are running a community micro gallery in Northaws’ phone box and maintaining Northaw village pond.
My family and I moved to Cuffley from neighbouring Enfield in 1999. I am a recently retired secondary HeadTeacher and National Leader of Education and still have some involvement with local schools and other educational establishments. I also have an interest in planning and conservation issues and am a long standing member of the RSPB.