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Let’s tidy the place up, cut back some of the vegetation, and replenish the woodchip on the paths. We have plenty of woodchip.
Everyone welcome. Bring tools if you can, gloves, stout footwear, and appropriate clothing.
The District Council Local Plan is currently undergoing a review. As a consequence the Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council have agreed to review our Neighbourhood Plan. A working group will carry out this work. To form the group, we need a mix of Parish Councillors and members of the local community with people from all parts of the Chidham & Hambrook. If you would like to volunteer to be on the group please email the Parish Clerk or Tel 07986395253 or Andy Collins Tel No. 572976. For more details see here
7.00pm Wednesday 24th October, All Welcome!
Introduction by the Chairman. Election of the management committee for the forthcoming year.
The AGM will be followed by the regular monthly meeting.
From October 1st, along with police forces nationally, Sussex Police will no longer record reports of lost property. Chief Inspector Roy Hodder, Communications Department said: “Although lost property will no longer be recorded by police, we are accepting items of found property.” Our website has comprehensive information on where lost property reports can now be made. You can find out more here on our lost property page.”
It can take as little as 10 seconds for a thief to steal something from your car. The best way to protect your belongings is to lock your car whenever you leave it. Police advise:
The application process for children due to start school in September 2019 will begin on Monday 1 October 2018.
Meet Cobnor, 10am. Details contact Sarah Chadwick.
Meet at the entrance to Maybush Copse (Cot Lane) at 6pm for a 30 minute brisk walk on our beautiful peninsula. Free event, open to all – a Community walk. Everyone welcome. Dress accordingly! (National Fitness Day)
A medium size parrot, thought to be a Macaw has been seen in Maybush Copse and surroundings.
Would the owner like to try to catch it?