The latest news on the Roads and Footways survey, the plans for the open spaces by Hawthorne Meadow and Pynham Manor, and a meeting to help you avoid cheap soma online being scammed. Read More See poster about the meeting to help you avoid being scammed.
There is no 8am service this week. (Do come to the 10am service)
Cut back vegetation and tidy up. All welcome, children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Wear appropriate clothing, stout footwear, gardening gloves. Bring tools eg shears if you can.
Find out how amazing bats are. The event if free, but numbers are strictly limited. Please book by email to stephen johnson [email protected] No dogs. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Please bring a torch. Meet at the Cot Lane onlinepharmacytabs 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.
Raise funds for St Mary’s Church – All you have to do is visit as many local churches as you can on Saturday 8 September and get your friends and family to sponsor you.
See details here
CHANE (the residents association) is organising a Barn Dance at the Village Hall.
There will be a licensed bar and free nibbles. TICKETS: priced at £10.00 for members, buy ambien online (£12,00 for non-members,) are now available from Colin: 01243 574021, or Richard: 01243 572699.
CHANE RA is the acronym for Chidham Hambrook And Nutbourne East Residents Association
No decision has yet been made by Chichester District Council on the planning application which could result in 16 or so houses being built in Chidham on the edge of the harbour opposite Bosham. The application 18/00900/ELD depends on whether a decision dating from 1937 is valid and can override current planning law. CPPG (Chidham Peninsula Protection Group) is campaigning to get the application refused, which if permitted would be a devastating blow to the landscape and unique environment of Chidham and the Chichester Harbour AONB, and set a dangerous precedent for significant future development in similar locations.
If you would like to support the campaign, email CPPG at: [email protected] Alternatively visit, comment and follow CPPG at www.facebook.com/CPPGuk
Annual Show Report August 2018 See report
The next meeting is on Thursday September 13th . The talk is called “Unusual plants for the British Gardener” – speaker Mr Roger Hirons