Consultation : Chichester Harbour Management Plan (2019-2024)

The Management Plan guides how we all use and look after Chichester Harbour. The consultation draft of the next Management Plan is now finished and the PDF can be downloaded from this link, along with a summary document listing the main changes from the current Plan. http://www.conservancy.co.uk/page/management-plan
The public consultation stated on 15 August 2018 and will last for two months, closing at 0900 on 15 October 2018.
People can respond by writing, emailing or telephoning the Harbour Office, or completing this form here: http://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/chichesterharbourmp  We would positively welcome your feedback. Thank you.

Maybush Copse Apple Day, Saturday September 22nd, 10am

apple day event in chidham near chichesterCome and make fresh apple juice in the fresh air. Bring a container so that you can take some juice home. A pork bap Lunch for the workers!  Accompanied children are very welcome. It is a free event, but contributions would be welcome.

But we need your donations of apples!
If you have surplus apples/windfalls you are happy for us to have, please email stephen johnson. We will come and pick/collect on Thur/Friday Sept 20/21.

Chidham Film Society, Village Hall, Friday Sept 21st, 7.30 for 8pm – ‘The Shape of Water’

After the Summer break, the first film in the Autumn programme is ‘The Shape of Water’ – Winner of 4 Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director. see Trailer  .  Tickets from David 01243 574074 , or Jacky 01243 573467, or on the door.

You can also visit The Barleycorn for a pre viewing meal – Bring your film ticket along to receive 2for1 on the set menu, or get your tickets on the night at The Barleycorn.

Maybush Copse Bat Walk , Saturday September 1st, 8pm

bat walk at maybush copse in chidhamFind out how amazing bats are. The event if free, but numbers are strictly limited. Please book by email to stephen johnson pskjohnson2000@gmail.com No dogs. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Please bring a torch. Meet at the Cot Lane entrance to Maybush Copse for 8pm start. We will use bat detectors to listen for the ultrasonic echolocation calls.
The event is weather dependent – Bats don’t like wind or rain.