Pallant Homes Development Proposal Exhibition, Village Hall, Friday March 1st. 2.30pm – 7pm

 There will be a Public Exhibition & Community Engagement Event at the Village Hall arranged by Pallant Homes.
Chichester District Council expect the P
arish to find space for a minimum of 500 new homes in the revised Local Plan. The Parish Council has challenged this figure through the Local Plan consultation process.
Ahead of this Pallant Homes will show the development plans they have independently put forward. Residents are encouraged to attend. See Pallant Homes poster

Local Plan Consultation, Thursday 10th January, Village Hall, 3pm – 8pm

Organised by CDC. The CDC preferred option for reviewing the Local Plan, which will involve building 500+ homes in the village in addition to recent developments already agreed. Come and see what is involved and quiz Council officials about the plan.  It is anticipated that the land for the additional houses will be identified in the revised Neighbourhood Plan that the Parish Council has agreed to undertake.  The plan also proposes 1250 homes in Southbourne parish, and 250 in Bosham (Highgove Farm). The Public Consultation started on December 13 and will be open for 8 weeks. Follow the Link to the CDC Consultation   see also CDC Flier

Cinderella – A Modern Day Story

Glass Slippers are so back!

The Chidham & Hambrook Players present A Modern Day Cinderella Story at Chidham Village Hall (contains adult humour)!
Thursday 24th to Saturday 26th January 2019 at 7.30pm.

All tickets £7.00. Raising money for Dementia Support, Tangmere, England.

Book on-line through a secure booking site and choose your own seats (59p payment per seat by this method).

Visit or go directly to and follow the instructions OR contact the Box Office Manager, Tony Hudson on 0758 202 3163 to request a booking form.

CHANE RA Race Night at the Village Hall, Saturday, 19th January. 7pm for first race at 7.30pm.

Once again CHANE RA is hosting a racing event with wooden horses – first race at 7.30pm. It’s a great evening full of thrills and spills, Fish and Chip Supper and a Bar! Oh, and prizes! You can wear your cloth cap but leave your Whippet at home. Tickets from Clive and Beth Buss, 01243 572311, or Colin Turton, 01243 574021. £8 for members, non-members £10.

Friday January 18th Film Society in the Village Hall: ‘Blackkklansman’

Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman is a broad satirical comedy of the 70s American race war– based on the true story of Ron Stallworth, the black Colorado police officer who masterminded the infiltration of a local KKK chapter by posing as a white bigot over the phone and sending in white officers for face-to-face work. Doors open 7.30pm film shows 8pm, Licensed Bar, Tickets: £5/6 01243 574074/576580 [email protected]
Special Offer: buy your tickets at the Barleycorn and get a 2 for 1 main meal pre- film