Featuring: Lil Jimmy Reed, The Bob Hall Band - one of the all-time great US blues guitarists along with pianist Bob Hall, and bass player Hilary Blythe.
Bring your own picnic and, we suggest, something to sit on/blanket. Bring your friends - it is a FREE event. We will provide gentle entertainment and community games. There will be real live Owls, KTROO, rides, Tug'o'war, the Ukulele band and more. And the sun will shine. We are celebrating Maybush Copse - 10 years of community effort and pleasure (with nature doing the really difficult stuff).
Come and help tidy up Maybush Copse ahead of the Big Picnic. Cut back vegetation. All welcome. Wear Gloves, stout footwear, and bring tools eg shears, loppers, weeders, if you can.
Meet your Parish, District and County Councillors. Find out what has been going on in the Parish. An opportunity to raise your concerns. Also a presentation from Sarah Hughes, Chichester District Council Community Wildlife Officer on wildlife corridors. There will be light refreshments. Agenda
The work is to improve highway drainage in order to avoid rainwater ponding and freezing on Cot Lane outside Pinewood in winter. Ice has been a problem for pedestrians and vehicles alike for several years at this location. The Parish Council has obtained funding for the work and appointed B&M Plant Hire Ltd as the contractor. The revised date they intend to start work on is 17th June but external factors may again make it necessary to change the start date. The work will take a few days. Cliff Archer , Drainage & Sea Defence, Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council .
Starters: Smoked mackerel pate on toast £6.20, Meat filled bubble and squeak cake with poached bantam egg £6.20
Main: Slow braised mutton with minted new potatoes and veg £14.95, Grilled salmon with creamy mash and sautéed veg £14.95 Pudding: Jam roly poly and custard £5.95, Homemade rice pudding with jam £5.95.
Please book in advance
Special Offer: buy your film tickets at the Barleycorn and get a 2 for 1 main meal
Residents and visitors of Chichester District are being encouraged to help provide vital information on local wildlife in the area by reporting sightings through a dedicated phone app and website. It’s easy to report any sightings of wildlife by visiting www.brc.ac.uk/irecord, or by downloading the iRecord app on to a smartphone. “Whether you spot a hedgehog in your garden or a water vole whilst you’re out on a walk, recording the sighting will help us to understand the state of nature in our district. "