Green Resolutions 2

HadCET

Green Resolutions for Fulking, Edburton and Poynings on Climate Change
At 7:00pm in Fulking Village Hall on Sunday 8th March

Over pot-luck snacks, join the second inter-village consultation on what we can each do individually and together locally to make a practical difference towards reducing our impact on the environment. Bring pencil and paper and practical ideas.

Any ideas or questions please contact Samantha.

Minutes of the first meeting: Environmental Impact and Green Resolutions 11th January 2020 [PDF].

Seedling Sunday

Seedling Sunday 2018

Plant sale on May 3rd, 11:00–2:00 in the Village Hall

Flower and vegetable seedlings; refreshments; conversation. Chris will grow flowers but other folk will need to contribute vegetable seedlings, and plant cuttings. Help also needed on the day itself: moving furniture, serving tea and coffee and, of course, baking cakes. We will also have a craft and local produce stall with artworks and also jams, chutneys, etc. for sale. Do plan on coming to this friendly village event.

Chris G (552)

Fulking Social Committee AGM

Social Committee Meeting January 2020

At 7:30pm on Friday 31st January 2020 in Fulking Village Hall
Agenda

  1. Election of Chair
  2. Election of Treasurer
  3. Minutes of last AGM
  4. Financial Report
  5. Annual accounts year ended 31 December 2019
  6. Review of activities 2019
  7. Consideration of any requests for financial assistance
  8. Activities in 2020 including Fair
  9. VE Day 75 (8th May to 10th May) anniversary celebration
  10. Date of Christmas Party 2020
  11. Any other business

New Year’s Resolutions

paleoclimate

New Year’s Resolutions for Fulking, Edburton and Poynings on Climate Change
At 7:00pm in Fulking Village Hall on Saturday 11th January

Over pot-luck snacks, join an inter-village consultation on what we can each do individually and together locally to make a practical difference towards reducing our impact on the environment.

To get the ball rolling, we will start by watching a couple of short David Attenborough videos on climate change. Then we’ll open the floor to consultation on what we can do, on the basis of which we will make new resolutions for 2020 and beyond. Bring pencil and paper and practical ideas.

Any ideas or questions please contact Samantha.

Minutes of the meeting: Environmental Impact and Green Resolutions 11th January 2020 [PDF].

Bobservation No. 63: Which Party to Support

Which party to support
On Saturday December 7th from 6 till 8pm all villagers and their families are invited to the annual Fulking Christmas party in the village hall.
Forget the election on December 12th, ignore all the other parties that are canvassing for your support and come along to enjoy mulled wine and other drinks, meet County and District councilors, other guests and bring a plate of savoury nibbles.
This event has been put together by members of the Social Committee and it would be good to think that politics and Brexit will be taboo for the evening. It is on occasions like this that we can all appreciate how fortunate we are to live in such an idyllic village.
It would be good to have as many teenagers as possible come along to meet up and perhaps have regular meetings in the form of a young peoples’ club. Oh! and I nearly forgot; we are going to have a raffle with exciting locally donated prizes so bring lots of dosh.