FINCH Coffee Morning with AGM and Visiting Speaker, 10.30am on Saturday 16th March 2019 at St Wilfrid’s Church & Hall, Broad Road, Nutbourne

After a brief AGM the Guest Speaker will be Canon David Nason who will tell us about his fascinating and varied life entitled ‘From Pedagogue to Preacher’.  Now living in Hambrook, he is well known for his entertaining and erudite talks. Please come along, have a cup of coffee, some home-made cake and, of course, join in the raffle. We expect to finish at mid-day. Call 07775 942399 if you can give a lift to someone or need a lift yourself

Film Society, Friday March 15th, Village Hall, 7.30pm for 8pm, ‘The Rider’

Based on his true story, a once rising star of the rodeo circuit, warned that his competition days are over after a tragic riding accident, undertakes a search for new identity and tries to redefine his idea of what it means to be a man in the heartland of America.
See Trailer Films shown in Chidham Village Hall, Doors open 7.30pm film shows 8pm, Licensed Bar, Tickets: £5/6  01243 574074/576580   [email protected]

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Barleycorn Special Offer: buy your tickets at the Barleycorn and get 2 for 1 on selected main meals pre- film. Booking essential. see menu

Action Group Meeting Wednesday 13th March 7.30pm

Following the public meeting at St. Wilfrids Church Hall on 28th February it is clear that those present felt that an Action Group should be formed to campaign against the proposal by the District Council to build over 500 homes in the parish. The first meeting to set up the group will be on Wednesday 13th March at Chidham Village Hall at 7.30pm. Anyone wishing to join the action group is welcome to attend.

Public Meeting – Neighbourhood Plan Review, St Wilfrid’s Church Hall, Thursday Feb 28th, 7.30pm

The Chichester District Council is reviewing its/our Local Plan because the Government requires us to accommodate more houses. CDC want us to take 500 new homes. This will make a dramatic change to the parish. We have to make a plan in conjunction with, and accepted by, Chichester District Council. If we don’t, developers will have freedom to push through their plans regardless of residents concerns.
Do come to the meeting. We want to hear your views.