The Chidham & Hambrook Village Calendar 2018
Functional, decorative looks good on your wall and makes a nice present: Order a copy now Price £7. You can order two copies for £12 (and £6 for each additional copy.)
Full colour. One page per month, Approx A3 size.
To order tel 572059 or 574074 or you can order by email to the website
Cash, or Cheques to 'Chidham and Hambrook Website Association'
A celebration of our beautiful village - Scenes from around Chidham and Hambrook - Photographs taken by talented local photographers
NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of the provisions of Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, as amended, the use of (and parking on) Broad Road, Chidham from junction with Flatt Road to junction with Kiln Drive is temporarily prohibited from 02/12/2017 23:00
This closure is necessary to allow Network Rail to carry out works on the level crossing.It is anticipated the works will be completed in 5 days. Emergency vehicle, Residential and Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times. The alternative route for traffic will be signed via Broad Road, Main Road, Stein Road, Cooks Lane, Priors Leaze LaneWEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION
KITCHEN ASSISTANT required Every Saturday & Sunday 8 am – 4 pm to help with morning drinks trolley and assisting residents with meals and drinks
CARE STAFF required for various shifts including weekends, RNs required for days and nights. GOOD RATES OF PAY AND CONDITIONS
For more information please contact Mandy at Pinewood, Cot Lane, Chidham, Chichester, W. Sussex. PO18 8ST
Telephone: 01243 572480 Email: mandyrudland@Pinewoodnursinghome.co.uk
Chichester Harbour Conservancy announces that three new Dark Sky Discovery Sites have been designated in the Harbour. The sites were all identified as excellent places for stargazing due to their impressive levels of darkness, excellent lines of sight and good accessibility year round.
Maybush Copse is one of the locations. The others are in West Itchenor, and at Eames Farm on Thorney Island.
The nominations were approved by the Science and Technology Facilities Council. This is despite concern by Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) that other parts of Chichester Harbour had high levels of light pollution for an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Conservancy hopes that by raising awareness of the issue, these levels of ‘night blight’ can be reversed.
Preserving our dark skies has many benefits for us. Dark skies are beneficial to our health and wellbeing. They are also important for education and astronomy, for nocturnal animals, astro-tourism and development management.
Chichester Harbour Conservancy will be organising a number of stargazing events in partnership with the South Downs Astronomical Society as part of the activities programme for 2018.
You can find out more about Dark Sky Discovery Sites at www.darkskydiscovery.org.uk.
Work installing a new fence at the end of Maybush Drive where it borders Maybush Copse was recently completed by Georgie one of the Rangers from Chichester Harbour Conservancy in partnership with the Volunteer Rangers.
They cleared some of the plant growth and added the new post and rail fence. Thanks to Richard Austin and to Georgie and her team.