Chidham and Hambrook (in the county of West Sussex)

Chidham and Hambrook - News

Chidham and Hambrook Website Association

FORTHCOMING EVENTS
Sunday August 14
3pm to 5pm
Vicarage Gardens
Chidham Churches
Afternoon Teas in the Vicarage Garden
There will be Cream Teas
a cake stall, a Raffle, Croquet on the lawn
Games for the children
posted July 29
Tuppenny Barn Events in Aug/Sept
starting with Tue Aug 2 - Children’s Holiday Activity
Frolics for Fairy Kings and Queens 10am / 2hrs
plus Events throughout August and September
Tuppenny Barn ,
Main Road, Southbourne
PO10 8EZ
Posted July 28
What's on at Hamblin Hall

Monthly Meditation - Monthly Practise Group for Mindfulness with Barbara Boxhall- New Vision Light Workers - Empathic Decluttering as a Spiritual Practice - Sounding Workshop with Russell Stone - Heathly Living Network - Heathly Living Network

and much more
Posted July 27
Saturday
Sept 6
2.15pm
St Wilfrid's, Broad Rd
The September meeting will be held on September 6th at St Wilfrid's Hall. This is a change to our usual date as the hall is unavailable on September 13th. The works are continuing at the Village Hall.
posted July 27
Saturday
Aug 6th

10am - 12

by Maybush Copse
,
Cot Lane
Chidham Orchard visit.
A Chichester Harbour Conservancy event
Discover the wildlife that is found in an orchard and what can be made from the orchard's fruit.  This event is based in a private orchard, with access given by kind permission of the owner.
Meet: Initially by Maybush Copse, Cot Lane , Chidham, PO18 8SP.  Roadside parking.
posted July 27
Fee: £10, advance booking is essential - phone 01243 513275 to book a place
St Wilfrid's Hospice Charity Shop on the Chidham Garage site?
The Parish Council was surprised and disappointed to learn recently that St Wilfrid's Hospice was negotiating a 15-year lease for the retail unit in the Chidham Garage Site development. see article by Parish Council Chairman Cliff Archer (Text revised July 22).
posted
June 24
Rev July22
Sun
Aug 21
7.30 for 8pm
Village Hall
Guy Davis US acoustic bluesman at Chidham & Hambrook Village Hall ...blues musician, and Broadway actor, has thirteen albums to his credit and appears at the hall at the end of his 20th UK tour. Promoted by'The Eclectic Music Club'
Tickets are £12.50 from Harbour Records, Emsworth 01243 371415,
and online at wegottickets.com More details email Jane. Licensed bar
posted July 21
A27 Chichester Bypass scheme consultation starts today
This consultation will take place between 14 July 2016 and 22 September 2016
Full details of the proposals will be on the Highway Agency's website from July 14. The first public exhibition will be at The Assembly Rooms in Chichester on Mon 25th July from 10am to 8pm.

posted
July 14
Maybush Drive Bungalow - Re-development opportunity
Guide Price: £200,000 agent Cubitt & West - property details
Open House viewings 16th and 23rd July 2016
Closing bids 25th July 2016
posted
July 11
Thursday
July 14
10am
Maybush Copse,

Cot Lane
Work Party - Maybush Copse .
with Friends of Chichester Harbour and Conservancy Rangers. Everything is growing fast. We want to cut back the vegetation to keep the paths clear. We also need to remove thistles/ragwort from the grassy area. Don't forget Gardening Gloves and appropriate clothing and footwear.
posted July 10
Wed July 6
7pm
Village Hall
Extraordinary Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council Meeting
Agenda to consider proposals for surface water drainage projects in
the Parish and to agree those to be submitted to West Sussex County Council for Operation Watershed 3 funding.
 
..
Thur July 7
7pm
Village Hall
Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council Meeting
Agenda Threats to the seabank footpaths at Cobnor. Suggestion that Greenacres Nursery, Main Road be developed. Suggestion that a house be built in the style of a signal box at Nutbourne Station. New Homes Bonus, Waste Management proposals, Retail Outlet at Chidham Place, updates on School Parking, and more. Minutes of previous meeting
 
..
If you are attending any of the Parish Council Meetings entrance to the Village Hall during refurbishment works will be by the Terrace Doors on the southern side which is accessible from the Village Hall car park.
A27 Chichester Bypass improvement scheme consultation
This consultation will take place between 14 July 2016 and 22 September 2016
Full details of the proposals will be on the Highway Agency's website from July 14. The first public exhibition will be at The Assembly Rooms in Chichester on Mon 25th July from 10am to 8pm.

posted
June 30
Saturday
July 2
10am
Maybush Copse,

Cot Lane
Work Party - Maybush Copse .
We need a special effort this month. Everything is growing fast. Please bring shears and loppers/ secateurs to cut back the vegetation to keep the paths clear. We also need to remove thistles/ragwort from the grassy area. Don't forget Gardening Gloves. Children should be accompanied by a responsible adult. Do wear appropriate clothing, gloves and footwear.
posted June 29
St Wilfrid's Hospice Charity Shop on the Chidham Garage site?
The Parish Council was surprised and disappointed to learn recently that St Wilfrid's Hospice was negotiating a 15-year lease for the retail unit in the Chidham Garage Site development. see article by Parish Council Chairman Cliff Archer (Text revised July 22).
posted
June 24
Rev July22
Saturday
June 25

12 - 3pm
The School, Chidham Lane
Chidham School PTFA Summer Fair
Raffle prizes, Tombola, Lots of stalls, Bouncy Castle, Chidham School Bake Off, Arena show starts rom 1pm, Dog show, Theatre Arts Dance, Tug of War at 2:30pm. BBQ, Refreshments and Secret Garden tea room. 
posted
June 23
Friday June 24
7pm
St Wilfrid's Broad Rd
Hambrook District Residents Assoc.
Quiz Evening

Come along and test your brains.. Make up a team with friends or family or come along on the evening and join a team.
Tickets £2 for HDRA members. £2.50 for non members.
posted
June 23
Wed June 29
7pm
Village Hall
Extraordinary Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council Meeting
To consider
Projects for New Homes Bonus Funding 2016/17
Agenda, draft minutes of the June meeting
posted
June 23
Wed July 6
7pm
Village Hall
Extraordinary Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council Meeting
to consider proposals for surface water drainage projects in
the Parish and to agree those to be submitted to West Sussex County Council for Operation Watershed 3 funding.
If you are attending any of the Parish Council Meetings entrance to the Village Hall during refurbishment works will be by the Terrace Doors on the southern side which is accessible from the Village Hall car park.
Thurs 7 July 4pm – 7pm
St Wilfrid’s Hall, Broad Road,
Development Consultation Event
56 Homes for Nutbourne West

Pallant Homes are holding a community consultation event in St Wilfrid's Broad Rd on proposals for a mix of affordable and open market homes with adjoining open space and allotment area.
posted
June 23
Village Travel - The History and Gardens of Dublin, 25th September 2016. posted June 22
Would you like to join a small, friendly group of local people for an Autumn Break in Dublin?  We travel by executive coach from Chichester to Gatwick for our flight to Dublin, 5 days in a luxury 4* Hotel in the centre of the City and will visit Trinity College and the Book of Kells, Wicklow Mountains and Powerscourt House and Gardens, National Gallery of Ireland (guided tour) National Botanic Gardens and a private view of the Award winning garden of Helen Dillon.  5 places available (single/double) deposit required by the end of the month, balance due six weeks prior to departure. £599pp inclusive. 
For further details or Booking form, contact :- Denise Bowerman   01243 576981  d.bowerman@live.co.uk
Significant Planning Application for Hambrook Holiday Park
Application for change of use of disused former touring caravan field to accommodate 26 static holiday homes. For more, see 16/01862/FUL
Application dated Thu 16 Jun 2016
posted
June 20
Saturday July 16
1pm
St Wilfrid's
CANCELLED
Hambrook District Residents Assoc.

Summer Fair
(Theme Mad Hatters' Tea Party) planned for July 16
Regrettably HDRA have had to cancel their Summer Fete for this year.
posted
June 20
Thanks for your support.
Thanks to the money earned from the sale of calendars the Village Website Association made a donation to the School to pay for jackets for their sports teams. (see picture) So please get out with your camera soon and take the photos we need for the 2017 calendar.
posted June 20
Friday June 24
7pm
St Wilfrid's Broad Rd
Hambrook District Residents Assoc.
Quiz Evening

Come along and test your brains.. Make up a team with friends or family or come along on the evening and join a team.
Tickets £2 for HDRA members. £2.50 for non members.
posted
June 20
Thur June 23
Tuppenny Barn Events
Plant sale 10am - 4pm
A fantastic variety of plants will be on sale on Thursday.
You can even have a coffee and cake in the centre.
Tuppenny Barn ,
Main Road, Southbourne
PO10 8EZ
Posted June 20
Freecycle

Two large green plastic compost bins.
Contact - Steve Tanner on 01243 574980.

posted
June 20
Sussex Police Domestic Abuse advice: It is not acceptable in any circumstances
Friday
June 17
3.30pm
St Wilfrid's
Chidham Churches
Queen's 90th 'Street Party' style Tea.
Everyone welcome - afternoon tea served both inside and outside -Table quiz for adults - piano accordion music - Bouncy Castle and other entertainment for the young people
And Birthday Cake
posted June 15
Wed
June 15
7.30 for 8pm
Village Hall
Lil' Jimmy Reid and the Bobby Blue Band ... One of the last great Bluesmen plays Chidham & Hambrook Village Hall ...shared a stage with B B King - was awarded the Alabama Blues Treasure Award. .... Blues Harmonica Player of the Year ...., with Bob Hall ... widely regarded as the UK’s finest blues and boogie woogie exponent .... more info here Tickets are £12.50 from Harbour Records, Emsworth 01243 371415,
More details email Jane. Licensed bar
posted June 10
Sunday
June 12th
12 noon
to 3pm Maybush Copse, Cot Lane
Cancelled - rain
Big Lunch Picnic

and community games - a family event
Tractor rides - wellywanging and French cricket - and more. (it's free!) Bring a picnic and a blanket to sit on, and have fun for all.
posted June 9
Saturday
June 25

12 - 3pm
The School, Chidham Lane
Chidham School PTFA Summer Fair
Raffle prizes, Tombola, Lots of stalls, Bouncy Castle, Chidham School Bake Off, Arena show starts rom 1pm, Dog show, Theatre Arts Dance, Tug of War at 2:30pm. BBQ, Refreshments and Secret Garden tea room. 
posted
June 9
A message from the Community Safety Officer, Chichester District Council (June 7)
A group comprising approx. 3-4 vehicles and caravans currently on land at Chichester College are likely to be leaving grounds this afternoon direction of travel unknown. Please make sure that all land and buildings are as secure as possible.
posted
June 9
Good news! The seat has now been recovered
Alert: Wooden Seat Stolen from Hambrook Meadows Care Home

A heavy solid wooden bench seat has been stolen from the front garden of the Hambrook Meadows Care Home in Broad Rd Hambrook. The seat commemorated the millenium and is marked '2000'. It was seen on Saturday on Nutbourne Station, but has now disappeared.
posted June 8
Hambrook District Residents Association Latest Newsletter
posted June 2
June 2016 County Councillor Report
from Sandra James

County Councillor for the Bourne Division
posted June 2
Friday June 24
7pm
St Wilfrid's Broad Rd
Hambrook District Residents Assoc.
Quiz Evening

Come along and test your brains.. Make up a team with friends or family or come along on the evening and join a team.
Tickets £2 for HDRA members. £2.50 for non members.
posted
June 2
Thursday June 2
7pm
Village Hall
Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council Meeting
Agenda

New Homes Bonus, Waste Management proposals, Street Naming of the Pynham Manor Development, WSCC Walking and Cycling Strategy response, Bus Shelters, updates on School Parking, Neighbourhood Plan, and more. Minutes of previous meeting
posted
June 1
New Homes Bonus
Chidham and Hambrook Parish Council wants residents views spending priorities for approx £19K New Homes Bonus funds
see more details here.
Send your views by email to The Parish Clerk or by letter to: Mrs Caroline Davison, Parish Clerk and RFO, Chidham and Hambrook Parish Council, Appledram Lane South, Apuldram, West Sussex, PO20 7EG by Friday 10th June 2016 latest.

posted
June 1
Fri/Sat/Sun Jun 3/4/5
at Cobnor
posted June 1
A fabulous family weekend of live music, camping, delicious food, real ale and cider on Chichester Harbour. see poster
book at www.cobnor.com Ticket price same as last year!
All profits go to our charities for young people: Cobnor Activities Centre Trust and Christian Youth Enterprises Sailing Centre.
Saturday
June 4
10am
Maybush Copse,

Cot Lane
Work Party - Maybush Copse .
As you will know, everything is growing fast. We need a special effort at Maybush Copse to cut back encroaching vegetation. Also we need to remove thistles from the grassy area ahead of the Big Picnic on June 12th
Wear Gardening Gloves, bring tools - shears, weeders, etc if you can. Children should be accompanied by a responsible adult. Do wear appropriate clothing, gloves and footwear.
posted June 1
What's on at Hamblin Hall
New Vision Light Workers - Talk: You are What You Believe - Sounding Workshop with Russell Stone - Workshop: How to bring more compassion and connection into our relationships - Cygnus café discussion group - Healthy Living Network and much more
Posted June 1
Sat July 9, - 7.30pm
Donnington Parish Hall
Stckbridge Rd, PO19 8QT
The Mikron Theatre Company
'
Pure '
-
The business of Chocolate

Tickets £12
(Concessions £10).
phone 01243 576701
posted
June 1
Theatre anywhere for everyone by canal, river and road - more details here
Alert: Wooden Seat Stolen from Hambrook Meadows Care Home
A heavy solid wooden bench seat has been stolen from the front garden of the Hambrook Meadows Care Home in Broad Rd Hambrook. The seat commemorated the millenium and is marked '2000'. It was seen on Saturday on Nutbourne Station, but has now disappeared.
If you have information, phone Sussex Police on 101, or email
posted May 31
Bar-headed Geese spotted.
Two unusual geese were spotted on the Catchpond (Chidham Lane) today. They are bar-headed geese which originate from Asia. They are the worlds highest flying birds and can fly higher than Mount Everest. In order to breed they head for high altitude lakes where they are safe from predators. Not sure what they are doing on the Catchpond - altimeter failure?
Thanks to Mike Bulpett for the photos.

Posted
May 30

Sunday
June 12th
12 noon
to 3pm Maybush Copse, Cot Lane
Big Lunch Picnic
and community games - a family event
Tractor rides - wellywanging and French cricket - and more. (it's free!) Bring a picnic and a blanket to sit on, and have fun for all.
posted May 30
Planning Application for 39 houses north of Aviary Close refused.
Development considered contrary to CDC Local Plan and our Neighbourhood Plan
see link to the decision notice here

Posted
May 30

New Homes Bonus
Chidham and Hambrook Parish Council wants residents views spending priorities for approx £19K New Homes Bonus funds
see more details here.
Send your views by email to The Parish Clerk or by letter to: Mrs Caroline Davison, Parish Clerk and RFO, Chidham and Hambrook Parish Council, Appledram Lane South, Apuldram, West Sussex, PO20 7EG by Friday 10th June 2016 latest.

posted
May 28
Thursday June 2
7pm
Village Hall
Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council Meeting
Agenda

New Homes Bonus, Waste Management proposals, Street Naming of the Pynham Manor Development, WSCC Walking and Cycling Strategy response, Bus Shelters, updates on School Parking, Neighbourhood Plan, and more. Minutes of previous meeting
posted
May 28
Police Officer injured in Chichester after police called to fight -
A man has been arrested after a police officer was seriously assaulted in Chichester on Saturday 14th May. see more details here. Inspector Neal Harvey said: "Thankfully my colleague who was injured has been released from hospital and is recovering well. "Anyone who saw the fight in Whyke Road is asked to contact the police quoting Operation Merrion." If you have information, phone Sussex Police on 101, or email
posted May 25
Wed May 25
7.30pm
Boxgrove Priory
Concert
The Shopwyke Singers
Purcell, Mozart, Elgar, Parry
Directed by Alexander Dichmont
Tickets £12 inc refreshments (Children under 14 free)
phone 01243 572322
more details
posted
May 25
Sussex Fete
June 11
DETAILS
Scouts Celebration Tea
June 12
DETAILS
Bourne Concert
July 2
DETAILS
Lions Fete
July 23
DETAILS
posted
May 19
Pinewood Nursing Home Full time Carers required
Posted May 19
NVQ/ EXPERIENCE PREFERRED
GOOD RATES OF PAY AND CONDITIONS
For more information please contact Mandy on Tel: 01243 572480
or email info@pinewoodnursinghome.co.uk
Pinewood Nursing Home, Cot Lane, Chidham, Chichester, W. Sussex. PO18 8ST
 
Birdsong: Chidham/Cobnor Sat 21 May, 7.30 - 9am
Chidham 5 mile walk, Sat 21 May, 10am - 1pm
Managing for Wildlife, A stroll at Nutbourne - Sun 29 May, 5 - 7pm
Cobnor Point 1mile gentle walk - Fri 3 June, 10am - 12pm
Nutbourne & Prinsted 2 mile gentle walk - Fri 5 August, 10am - 12pm
Local Orchard in Summer, Cot lane - Sat 6 August, 10am - 12pm
Local Orchard in Autumn, Cot Lane - Sun 11 Sept, 10am - 12pm
Hedgerow Walk, Cobnor - Tue 20 Sept, 10.30am - 12.30pm
Canoe Safaris
from Cobnor
Sat 28 May
Sat 25 June
Sat 9 July
Sat 13 Aug,
Sat 27 Aug,
All 1pm - 4pm
posted May 19
What's on at Hamblin Hall
Healthy Living Network - Wed 18th May - 12.15pm – 1.30pm
Talk: Traditional Thai Massage with Jenny Dodd - Wed 18th May 2. to 3.30 p.m
and much more
Posted May 17
Tuppenny Barn Events
May 16th to June 17th
Fri 20 May: 10am – 11.30 Tuppenny Tots: Sing-a-long
Sun 29th May: 11am – 4pm Herb Festival
– Tuppenny Barn’s partipation in the Chelsea Fringe
Wed 1 June: Family Theatre: 7pm Much Ado About Nothing
by the HandleBards. Tuppenny Barn’s 1st theatrical production

and much ado about much more - see here
Tuppenny Barn , Main Road, Southbourne PO10 8EZ
Posted May 16
Sunday
June 12th
12 noon
to 3pm Maybush Copse, Cot Lane
Big Lunch Picnic
and community games - a family event
Tractor rides - wellywanging and French cricket - and more. (it's free!) Bring a picnic and have a lovely day out in the fresh air!
posted May 14

Have Your Say, Household Waste Recycling Sites -
A public consultation is running from Monday, May 16 to Sunday, June 12
a package of five proposals have been put forward
Myles Cullen reports that the measure to 'Cease the Mobile Household Waste Recycling Service' would mean the loss of the weekly amenity facility at Marlpit Lane.

Posted
May 14
Other proposed measures are - Reduce daily opening hours at all sites. - Reduce the number of days some Household Waste Recycling Sites open each week. - Introduce charges for non-household waste disposal (e.g soil, hardcore, DIY, plasterboard, car and van tyres) and refuse commercial type tyres (LGV, tractor and mobile plant tyres) - Restrict trailers to those sites with ‘Large Vehicle Bays’ only. You can have your say (May 16 - June 12) here.
New Parish Clerk
Chidham & Hambrook has a new Clerk to the Parish Council
Caroline Davison started work as Parish Clerk on Monday 9 May 2016. Caroline replaces David Siggs, who retired from his former position as Clerk due to ill health. see more, and contact details here
posted
May 13
Saturday
May 14
10.30 - 2pm
St Wilfrid's
Plant Sale, Coffee Morning,
Light Lunches and Raffle

Stock up your garden, and enjoy food and chat with friends.
Queries, offers of plants or help, phone Alyzn Tel 572059

posted May 11
Friday May 13
8pm
Village Hall
C&H Film Society
'Bridge of Spies ' - see trailer
posted May 11
Directed by Steven Spielberg, Starring Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance and Alan Alda. During the Cold War, an American lawyer is recruited to defend an arrested Soviet spy in court, and then help the CIA facilitate an exchange of the spy for the Soviet captured American U2 spy plane pilot, Francis Gary Powers. Licensed bar, Doors open 7.30pm, Film screens at 8pm Tickets: 576580/574074 or email Jane
Wed
June 15
7.30 for 8pm
Village Hall
Lil' Jimmy Reid - One of the last great Bluesmen plays Chidham & Hambrook Village Hall ...shared a stage with B B King and the Bobby Blue Band ... was awarded the Alabama Blues Treasure Award. .... Blues Harmonica Player of the Year ...., with Bob Hall ... widely regarded as the UK’s finest blues and boogie woogie exponent .... more info here Tickets are £12.50 from Harbour Records, Emsworth 01243 371415,
More details email Jane. Licensed bar
posted May 10
Saturday
May 7
Maybush Copse
Spring Gathering - Report -
a lovely day, lots of good work done.
Cold drinks, cakes and strawberries! Also heard in Maybush Copse on Saturday Morning -
Cuckoo (the first of the year for me), and Turtle Dove.
Buzzard overhead
and 34 slow worms counted in various locations
posted May 8
Saturday
May 7
10am
Maybush Copse,

Cot Lane
Spring Gathering - Maybush Copse .
This is a fun work party with activities for all ages, and cake.... Various tasks for young and old. We need your help for general tlc and tidy up of paths, grassy areas, and vegetation control etc. Just come along.
Bring tools - Loppers, weeders, barrow and spade, etc if you can. Children should be accompanied by a responsible adult. Do wear appropriate clothing, gloves and footwear.
posted May 5
What's on
at Hamblin Hall
Posted May 5
ActionFraud is the UK's national fraud and cyber crime reporting centre
see website
for alerts, warnings and information about fraud and cyber crime.
Wed May 25
7.30pm
Boxgrove Priory
Concert
The Shopwyke Singers
Purcell, Mozart, Elgar, Parry
Directed by Alexander Dichmont
Tickets £12 inc refreshments (Children under 14 free)
phone 01243 572322
more details
posted
May 5
Tuppenny Barn
Sunday May 7th
10am - 1pm
Local Food Market
Posted
May 3
Sunday May 8th
10.30am - 2pm
Wedding Fair
Tuppenny Barn , Main Road, Southbourne PO10 8EZ
Thursday May 5
7pm
Village Hall
Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council Meeting
Agenda

Election of Chairman, Vice Chairman, Appointment of members to Working Groups /Committees, updates on School Parking, Neighbourhood Plan, and Parish Development Plan, and more. Minutes of previous meeting
see also Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council Finance AnnualReturn
posted
May 3
Fri/Sat/Sun Jun 3/4/5
at Cobnor
posted May 3
A fabulous family weekend of live music, camping, delicious food, real ale and cider on Chichester Harbour. see poster
book at www.cobnor.com Ticket price same as last year!
All profits go to our charities for young people: Cobnor Activities Centre Trust and Christian Youth Enterprises Sailing Centre.
Friday May 13
8pm
Village Hall
C&H Film Society
'Bridge of Spies ' - see trailer
posted May 3
Directed by Steven Spielberg, Starring Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance and Alan Alda. During the Cold War, an American lawyer is recruited to defend an arrested Soviet spy in court, and then help the CIA facilitate an exchange of the spy for the Soviet captured American U2 spy plane pilot, Francis Gary Powers. Licensed bar, Doors open 7.30pm, Film screens at 8pm Tickets: 576580/574074 or email Jane
Thursday May 5
7pm
Village Hall
Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council Meeting
Agenda

Election of Chairman, Vice Chairman, Appointment of members to Working Groups /Committees, updates on School Parking, Neighbourhood Plan, and Parish Development Plan, and more. Minutes of previous meeting
see also Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council Finance AnnualReturn
posted
Apr 29
Saturday
May 14
10.30 - 2pm
St Wilfrid's
Plant Sale, Coffee Morning,
Light Lunches and Raffle

Stock up your garden, and enjoy food and chat with friends.
Queries, offers of plants or help, phone Alyzn Tel 572059

posted Apr 29
Saturday
May 7
10am
Maybush Copse,

Cot Lane
Spring Gathering - Maybush Copse .
This is a fun work party with activities for all ages, and cake.... Various tasks for young and old. We need your help for general tlc and tidy up of paths, grassy areas, and vegetation control etc.
Bring tools - Loppers, weeders, barrow and spade, etc if you can.
Do wear appropriate clothing, gloves and footwear.
posted April 29
Thur April 28
7 for 7.30pm
Vilage Hall
Refreshments from 7pm
Chidham & Hambrook Annual Parish Meeting - Agenda
posted
Apr 27
incl. Q & A with Louise Goldsmith, Leader WSCC
Recently, Louise Goldsmith wrote (see here) on behalf of WSCC to the Secretary of State Nicky Morgan to express the concerns of the Council about the Government's Education policy. If you are interested in education and the Government's policy on Academies you can ask Louise Goldsmith about it (or any other matter of interest to you).
See her Blogspot here (April 20th) , and Chi Observer article here.
Tue
May 10
8pm?( tba)
Village Hall
Don Gallardo - Travis Stock and Thomas Collison
Acoustic Country Blues - Americana - Country - Folk -
Tickets are £12.50 from Harbour Records, Emsworth 01243 371415,
More details email Jane. Licensed bar
posted Apr 26
Sunley Homes- Appeal REJECTED
Planning permission for 120 homes off Broad Rd was turned down.
Now the Appeal has been rejected by the Secretary of State.
See decision notice here. See statement by Cliff Archer
One of the principal reasons for the decision was conflict with our emerging Neighbourhood Plan - see message from Andy Collins

Posted
Apr 26

QUEEN’S 90th BIRTHDAY BEACON at Cobnor Thur April 21
see photos
posted
Apr 25
Wed
Apr 27
8pm
Village Hall
The Eclectic Music Cub in association with Wemfest present
'HATFITZ and CARA'
Aussie Bluesman, Irish Songstress, ' shabby hill country blues oozes cool ..'
Tickets are £12.50 from Harbour Records, Emsworth 01243 371415,
More details email Jane. Licensed bar Doors open 7.30pm
posted Apr 22
Sun
April 24
4pm
St Mary's
Songs of Praise Style Service
celebrating the Queen’s 90th Birthday
Followed by tea at the vicarage.
posted Apr 22
Thur April 28
7 for 7.30pm
Vilage Hall
Chidham & Hambrook Parish
Annual Parish Meeting
Q & A with Louise Goldsmith, Leader West Sussex County Council
Refreshments from 7pm

posted
Apr 22
Thursday
Apr 21st

10am

Maybush Copse
Cot Lane
Maybush Copse Work Party
This is a Friends of Chichester Harbour Work Party supervised by a Conservancy Ranger. All welcome. Please bring gloves, appropriate clothing and stout footwear.
posted Apr 20
Thur
21 April
7- 8pm
Cobnor
QUEEN’S 90th BIRTHDAY BEACON
The Bonfire on the Cobnor foreshore will be lit with other Beacons around the country, to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday.
Free entrance for all residents. Parking at Cobnor as directed.

This special event is by courtesy of Diana Beale.

Posted
Apr 16

Please help! Do you have a megaphone/loudhailer that the Parish Council could borrow for the Queen’s 90th Birthday Beacon Event at Cobnor this Thursday evening, 21 April?
If you do, please contact Cliff Archer, Parish Council Chairman, on 01243 572839 or at cliffarcher@btinternet.com
There will also be a beacon near the Scout HQ on the shore at Prinsted organised by Southbourne Sea Scouts - all welcome - beacon will be lit at 7.30pm
Friday Apr 15
8pm
Village Hall
C&H Film Society
'Carol' - see trailer
posted Apr 15
Starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara & set against 1950s New York, Carol is a beautiful depiction of love against the odds, adapted from the novel by Patricia Highsmith.
Nominated for six Oscars and eight BAFTAs
Licensed bar Doors open 7.30pm, Film screens at 8pm Tickets: 576580/574074 or email Jane
Sat April 23
7 for 7.30pm

Village Hall
Sea Shanty Evening
Tickets are now available for this popular event.
Contact 01243-576580 or 01243-574074 Numbers strictly limited.

Tickets £10 includes Fish & chip supper or alternative in the interval
Posted Apr 15
Sat Apr 23
12 - 2pm
St Wilfrid's,
Broad Rd

Hambrook District Residents Association
St George's Day Jumble Sale
Come along for a bargain-range of items including the kitchen sink!
If you have jumble to donate, please contact a committee member or email  Lynn Boyns.
posted
Apr 15
Update
New planning application in Chidham and Hambrook
Main Rd Nutbourne - new application for 5 (net 4) houses
keep up to date with the cricket score here

Posted
Apr 13

Thur
April 14
7.30pm
St Wilfrid's
Broad Rd
Annual Parochial Church Meeting
The meeting will elect Church Wardens and receive the Annual Report about the work of the church. There will be drinks and nibbles afterwards.
Our thanks to Harry Bates and Carole Holmes who are standing down after twenty one and six years service respectively
posted Apr 11
Wed
Apr 27
8pm
Village Hall
The Eclectic Music Cub in association with Wemfest present
'Hat Fitz and Cara '
Aussie Bluesman, Irish Songstress, ' shabby hill country blues oozes cool ..'
Tickets are £12.50 from Harbour Records, Emsworth 01243 371415,
More details email Jane. Licensed bar Doors open 7.30pm
posted Apr 6
Friday Apr 15
8pm
Village Hall
C&H Film Society
'Carol' - see trailer
posted Apr 6
Starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara & set against 1950s New York, Carol is a beautiful depiction of love against the odds, adapted from the novel by Patricia Highsmith.
Nominated for six Oscars and eight BAFTAs
Licensed bar Doors open 7.30pm, Film screens at 8pm Tickets: 576580/574074 or email Jane
Wed
6 April
Reminder
Reminder

Dog microchipping is now compulsory across UK
Dog owners who have not had their pets microchipped could face a fine of up to £500, as a new law comes into force.

Posted
Apr 6

Thur
21 April
7- 8pm
Cobnor
QUEEN’S 90th BIRTHDAY BEACON
The Bonfire on the Cobnor foreshore will be lit with other Beacons around the country, to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday.
Free entrance for all residents. Parking at Cobnor as directed.

This special event is by courtesy of Diana Beale.

Posted
Apr 6

Chichester Speakers Festival
Fri April 8th, Sat April 9th
St Paul's Church, Churchside, Chichester
Dan Cruikshank, David Aaronovitch, AC Grayling, Roger Scruton, Diane James, Denis MacShane, Norman Baker, John Plender and more
www.chichesterspeakersfestival.com

Posted
Apr 6

Holiday to Murcia, Spain
21st – 28th May 2016
with local yoga teacher Anna
Anna teaches yoga in Southbourne, is a Spanish speaker and is organising this holiday for local people to visit a beautiful and little known area of Spain see www.holidays.freebeing.co.uk
 Accommodation in luxury villa, with private pool
 Small group from West Sussex & Hampshire
 Home cooked food
 Gentle yoga and tai chi classes
 Walks and excursions to local sites
 Airport transfers in Spain included
 From £550 per person (excluding flights)
Tel 07952 861 916 for more details

Posted
Apr 6

Saturday 9 April
9.30 - 12.30
International Hall
The Square Emsworth
Southbourne Lions Bric a Brac & Book Sale
Loads of bargains -more details 01243 431183 www.southbournelions.org.uk

Posted
Apr 6

Update
Properties for sale in Chidham and Hambrook
with a link to the estate agent details
(see also the link on the left hand side of the News page)

Posted
Apr 4

Thursday
April 7

7pm
Village Hall
Chidham & Hambrook
Parish Council Meeting
Agenda
Minutes of previous meeting
Taylor Wimpey will make a short presentation to the Parish Council
If you haven't been to a Parish Council Meeting recently, note the new start time. Also do read the minutes of the last meeting with the reports and annexes
posted
Apr 1
Thur April 28
7 for 7.30pm
Vilage Hall
Chidham & Hambrook Parish
Annual Parish Meeting
Q & A with Louise Goldsmith, Leader West Sussex County Council
Refreshments from 7pm

posted
Apr 1
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Spoof News section

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2 A hoax.
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Thur 4 Aug
7pm
Parish Council Meeting
Village Hall
Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council
Sat 6 Aug
10am
Work Party
Maybush Copse
Maybush Copse Friends
Sat 6 Aug
10am
Chidham Orchard Visit
by Maybush Copse
Chi Harbour Conservancy event
Sun 14 Aug
3-5pm
Cream Teas in the Vicarage Gardens
opp
St Mary's
Chdham Churches
Sun 21 Aug
8pm
Guy Davis
- Acoustic Blues
Village Hall
Wemfest
Sun 29 Aug
10.30 -5pm
Emsworth Show
Emsworth Recreation Ground,
Emsworth Horticultural Soc
Thur 1 Sept
7pm
Parish Council Meeting
Village Hall
Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council
Sat 3 Sept
10am
Work Party
Maybush Copse
Maybush Copse Friends
Tue 6 Sept
2.15pm
WI Meeting
St Wilfrid's
Chidham WI
Sat 1 Oct
10am
Work Party
Maybush Copse
Maybush Copse Friends
Thur 6 Oct
7pm
Parish Council Meeting
Village Hall
Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council
Thur 3 Nov
7pm
Parish Council Meeting
Village Hall
Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council
Sat 5 Nov
10am
Work Party
Maybush Copse
Maybush Copse Friends
Thur 1 Dec
7pm
Parish Council Meeting
Village Hall
Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council
Sat 3 Dec
10am
Work Party
Maybush Copse
Maybush Copse Friends

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