Storrington & Sullington and Washington Neighbourhood Plan
8 WEEK PUBLIC CONSULTATION
10th July to 4th September 2017
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO
HAVE YOUR SAY - YOUR VIEWS
Copies of the plans can be viewed online at www.storrington-pc.gov.uk by clicking on the link for Neighbourhood Plan at the top of the page, OR in hard form at Storrington Library, OR by prior appointment with Storrington
& Sullington Parish Office.
All comments must be in writing to the Parish Clerk at The Parish Hall, Thakeham Road, Storrington, W.Sussex, RH20 3PP or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Parish Meeting 2017
Thank you to all those who attended the Annual Parish Meeting on 24th May. About 52 people packed the Washington Village Hall to hear about the Council's work for the last year, and to enjoy a talk by guest speaker Charlie Cain, lead ranger for the National Trust, on its valuable work in the area. Report to follow.
NEW PARISH COUNCILLOR
Washington Parish Council gives a warm welcome to new councillor Dominic Glithero, a resident of Milford Grange who represents the Washington Ward. For contact details, please see the list of Councillors published on this website
Washington Children's Play Area has been re-opened to the public following a £40,000 make-over by Surrey-based HAGS-SMP. Works on installing new play equipment, fencing and gates at the recreation ground site began in March. It has been funded using Section 106 contributions from local development, and by the Parish Council. The project was completed just in time for the Easter Bank Holiday.
Date of public consultation on the revised Storrington, Sullington & Washington Neighbourhood Plan to be announced shortly. Horsham District Council is providing valuable assistance and advice which will hopefully result in a successful second examination later this year.
For further information, please click on the Neighbourhood Plan in the drop-down menu to the left of this notice.
PLANNED ROAD WORKS 2017
Notifications of planned road works in the area will be published here.
HORSHAM DISTRICT EVENTS LISTING
Click here for the latest listing of events in Horsham District.
BEAUTIFUL OUTDOORS CAMPAIGN
Weekly prize draw for residents of West Sussex who send in their favourite walking /cycling route - click on link for details www.west-sussex-weekends.com
SUSSEX POLICE UPDATES
Please see below for links to local police team:
Chantry and Thakeham local team
MUGA Bookings and Availability
Click here for latest copy of booking sheet
ALL INCLUSIVE HISTORY
'Engage- Any Age - In Their Heritage. Washington Parish Council agreed to support a number of external funding bids for projects that will benefit this Parish. All Inclusive History , a non-profit making social enterprise(founder Kevin Newman) is committed to engaging people in the history of Washington and the surrounding local area.
Washington historical walking tours - 'Lost Washington', Washington A-Z
Tour' and 'WWI Washington' provided by All-Inclusive History can all now
be booked for personalised, pre-booked tours only - £7.50 per ticket for
adults/children - minimum group of 10. 07504 863867 -
email@example.com or All Inclusive History | Just another
WordPress site for more details.
ST MARY'S 1ST EXTENSION GRAVEYARD - The Street, Washington, RH20 4AS
Rectification works have been completed on a number of gravestones which have fallen into dis-repair. The Parish Council has maintained the trees and grass of this lovely place since 1993 following its closure as a burial yard.
The Diocese of Chichester granted permission for the Council to undertake the remedial work which was completed in 2016.
THINK - ROAD SAFETY CAMPAIGN - Rural Roads
Motorists in rural areas are being urged to slow down before approaching bends as part of a new Government backed road safety campaign.
The THINK! campaign also calls on drivers to anticipate potential hazards, drive at a speed that allows them to stop within the distance they can see ahead and to give cyclists and horse riders plenty of space when overtaking.
The Department of Transport statistics show that an average of three people die every day on rural roads, accounting for 60% of Britain's total road fatalities.
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