Home-made cakes are urgently needed for ‘Teas-in-the-Village-Hall’ at Fulking Fair on the Sunday 30th July. Please deliver your creations to the Village Hall between 10:30am and 11:00am on the day, otherwise contact Pam (271), or Tricia (255) to deliver in advance.
The Cabbage Patch
- Clappers Lane Fulking BN5 9NH
Ref. No: SDNP/17/03246/HOUS
The Dales Poynings Road Fulking BN5 9NB
Note: This is an amendment to a previously considered proposal
Ref. No: SDNP/17/02025/FUL
Hillbrook Clappers Lane Fulking BN5 9NH
Note: this an amendment to a previously considered proposal
Ref No: SDNP/17/01505/HOUS
Members of the Press and Public are welcome to attend.
By prior appointment with the Parish Clerk, a maximum of 2 people may speak for up to 5 minutes each in favour, and a maximum of 2 people may also speak for up to 5 minutes each against the application.
Derek Blackhall, Clerk to Fulking Parish Council
01273 846186, email@example.com
22 Kymer Gardens, Hassocks, West Sussex, BN6 8QZ
Fulking Parish Council will hold their quarterly meeting at 7:30pm on Thursday July 13th 2017 in the Village Hall — agenda.
PARISH COUNCIL AGENDA
- Chairman’s Welcome.
- Declarations of Interest.
- Approval of minutes of 6th March, 11th & 13th April, and 11th & 18th May, 2017
- Reports from MSDC Councillors & WSCC Councillor Joy Dennis
- Comments from the floor.
Matters arising from the above minutes not on the agenda: Ladybrook Spring maintenance update-Michael; Drainage along Edburton Road update-Michael; Hillside drainage-Miles; HGV sign update-Miles; Proposed parking measures West of Lady Brook Spring update-Mark; Preston Nomads entrance-Miles.
- Clappers Lane Update-Miles/Linda
- Operation Watershed update-Derek
- Transparency update-Derek
- Proposed annual review of procedures-Derek
- NTF insurance update-Miles
- Playground inspection/maintenance update-Derek
- Proposed 2018 meeting dates approval; 11th January, 12th April, 12th July, 11th October, AGM 3rd May-all
- Financial Matters (including Cheque List & Stubbs, Income & Expenditure to date, Budget v’s actual, quarterly bank reconciliation.
- Date of next meeting: 12th October, 2017.
Members of the Press and Public are welcome to attend.
At Fulking Village Hall on Saturday 15th July at 7:00pm, duration about 65 minutes, tickets are £8 (£5 concessions) and available on the door only.
Larry is a play by Mark Burgess, directed by Daniel Finlay and starring Keith Drinkel as Sir Laurence Olivier. It tells the story of Olivier in his declining years making a new career for himself in film and television. He remembers his career running the National Theatre and his five years of stage fright. It tells of his determination to keep on working and his final performance of King Lear for television.
Larry has been previously performed in London and at Brighton Festival. Keith Drinkel’s own career spans fifty years on stage.
[N.B. the date for this event that appeared in the paper version of the July Pigeon Post was incorrect.]
Depending on the weather this year’s FULKING FAIR on Sunday 30th July from 12 till 5pm has all of the attractions necessary to make it one of the best yet. We might even repeat our 2014 Argus award of the ‘Best Community Event in Sussex’. Parking and admission are both free. The various attractions that your Social committee has brought together are:
- MUSIC will include various local bands including the highly successful ’Sold as Seen’, ‘What the Funk’, ‘Stone Dark Night’, Jack Woodhouse, Mr Motown, Dave Gee and the Pyecombe choir.
- FOOD: Punjabi Street Food, Rushfields’ pies, Fish Story fish & chips, Ellie’s Biscuits , Wilderness honey, Gourmet Nuts, Fudge & Cheese and Peggy’s Pantry. There will be Teas and Cakes in the village hall and garden (see below). Ice cream will be available in The Street and the field.
- CHILDRENS GAMES: Bouncy castle for those kids who will not sit still, Stocks to torture Dads, Pony Rides for budding equestrian stars, Bubble Pop to amaze everyone, Puppet show by the renowned Sheila Marshall, Coconut shy for bashful kids, Hook the Duck for young crooks, Smack the Rat for the blood thirsty and Tattoo Painting for extrovert kids.
- DRINKS: The Shepherd & Dog will be running a bar in the marquee which they have generously donated. There will be plenty of chairs and tables.
- DEMONSTRATIONS: HART, National Trust, Sussex Wildlife, Henfield Spinners and Knitters and Twineham Timber will all be there. Latest news is that Geoff Crane’s Burrell Traction Engine will be operating.
- STALLS including A Chip off the Block, Tropic Skin, Saxon Stickmakers, All That’s Wood, Indigo, Emma’s Jewellery, Decoupage Delights, Presence Decor, Iron Railway Vineyard and Bric a Brac.
- GAMES: Tug of War, including a challenge from Poynings, and two Tombolas including one for children. We need prizes for both of these; please be generous and deliver a bottle or other prize to Louise at 13 Clappers Lane or Bob at Furzefield.
CAKES!, CAKES!, CAKES!
Due to the success of ‘Teas’ in the village hall & garden last year The Teas Team have agreed to repeat the exercise! So, once again they are desperate for cakes. It is important to let Pam (271) or Tricia (255) know if you are able to donate a cake (last year you were all amazing!) so that they have some idea of how many they will receive. All cakes can be dropped off (not literally!) in the hall after 10.30 on the day or given to Pam or Tricia by prior arrangement.
CALL MY BLUFF
Not many tables unreserved for Friday 28 July at 7pm in the North Town Field. Places are £15 or £100 for a table of 8. Pay on the night but book through Bob (271) or Emily at the Shepherd & Dog.
Residents of Clappers Lane will hold a meeting in the Village Hall on Friday 7th July at 7.30pm to discuss parking at the southern end of Clappers Lane. All villagers are welcome to attend and contribute to the discussion. The aim of the meeting is to look for solutions to ease parking for those without off-road parking — specifically residents between 5 and 27 Clappers Lane.
Most of us are aware of a number of recent incidents because of too many cars parked along a very narrow stretch of Clappers Lane and very large vehicles travelling regularly along the lane causing obstructions and accidents. It has also had a knock-on effect for parking in The Street.
Do come along with comments and suggestions. If you can’t attend and want to contribute your ideas, please email Linda Dyos at firstname.lastname@example.org or pop a note through her letterbox at number 11 in advance of the meeting.
Miles Firth and Linda Dyos