The first bulletin newsletter of 2020 is ready for viewing, residents should receive a copy through their letterbox soon. If you’d like to view online you can see it, and previous newsletters, here.
One or more dog owners are failing to clean up after their dog on the footpath leading to the schools on Thakeham road (see map below). If you see someone fail to pick up after their dog please report them to Horsham District Council here.
Until early January the Parish Council had been led to understand that revised proposals for Abingworth Phase 3 would be available for comment in January, prior to decision making by Horsham District Council (HDC) Development Committee in February. However, this has been delayed by several
The parish council (PC) is very aware that residents in most of our semi-rural parish face the issue of poor public transport links to access facilities and onward connections, to Storrington as the local ‘hub’ village, and in other directions. This forces over-reliance on private
Tesla Engineering is working with the Woodland Trust to plant 4000 trees at their site in Water Lane. Students at Thakeham Primary planted trees in December and were joined by parish councillors and the Parish Clerk. Going forward the parish council (PC) is looking at
As one of many local parishes to raise concerns about West Sussex County Council’s November proposals to reduce their gritting and snow clearance commitment, the parish council was relieved when these proposals were withdrawn in December, but this will likely remain an area of funding
There is now funding available to other groups who wish to hold their own community events within the parish. If you are a potential event organiser and would like further support or funding, you can contact Thakeham Community Events by email at email@example.com.
These works are now expected to begin in March, and as an early warning there will be likely be temporary traffic lights in place for at least some of the timeframe. Monaghan’s have been very proactive with trying to remedy the problems caused by some
ADVANCE NOTICE: further refurbishment works at the High Bar Lane playground will start in w/c 6 January 2020, meaning that the playground will be closed until at least the end of January. This phase of improvements will result in the changes set out below. Older
WSCC Highways advise today (16 December): The contractor has programmed work so that it will be possible to remove the temporary traffic lights, and revert back to a mini roundabout operation, over the 2 week Christmas shut down. The site will be left safe and