Residents with a green bin can put their tree directly into it, as long as the lid closes firmly. Alternatively, you can take your tree to Rushfields from Saturday 30th December 2017 until Friday 12th January 2018.
There has been an update to the agenda of the Quarterly Parish Council Meeting on Thursday 4th January 2018 to include a new planning proposal for extension and remodelling of Barn Cottage (previously withdrawn) in addition to that for a new dwelling on land at Cannonberries
Fulking Parish Council will hold their quarterly meeting at 7.30pm on Thursday 4th January 2017 at the Village Hall
Members of the Press & Public are welcome to attend.
A G E N D A
Public Participation There will be a period of 15 minutes set aside at the beginning of the meeting for the public to ask questions or make comments on items on the Agenda. Comments on items not appearing on the agenda can be made at the chairman’s discretion. Once the meeting is in session there will be no further public participation.
- Chairman’s Welcome.
- Declarations of Interest.
- Approval of minutes of 12th October and 12th December
- Reports from MSDC Councillors & WSCC Councillor Joy Dennis
Matters arising from the above minutes not on the agenda:
HGV sign update-Miles; Proposed parking measures West of Lady Brook Spring update-Mark.
- Village Hall status-Miles
- Freedom of Information/Transparency-All
- Operation Watershed update-Miles
- Yellow lines proposal(s) full discussion-All
- Financial Matters (including Cheque List & Stubbs, Income & Expenditure to date, Budget v’s actual, quarterly bank reconciliation.
- 2018/19 Precept approval for submission to MSDC.
Date of next meeting: Thursday, 12th April.
Clerk to Fulking Parish Council
01273 846186, 22 Kymer Gardens, Hassocks, West Sussex, BN6 8QZ
The Argus writes:
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings won an ecclesiastical court case earlier this month to stop works, including installing under floor heating, being carried out at the Grade I listed Holy Trinity church in Poynings.
Robbie Norman and Rachael Thomas will be returning to Newtimber Church at 3:30pm on Thursday 28th December for another concert. They will be playing violin and viola duets by Handel, Mozart and Bach. Please contact Steph or Lucy for tickets in advance. Tickets cost £10 each for adults and will include a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie.
[You should also be tempted by the Pyecombe Carol Service which is tonight at 6:00pm with the Mid Sussex Band in attendance.]