Come and visit this fantastic local Museum. First opened in April 2000 to mark the Millennium, the Museum houses local archaeology, articles from local churches, domestic history, details of local people, their memorabilia, artifacts and articles from the two world wars.
The Council for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) has organised this initiative Just 3% of people in England experience ‘truly dark skies’, and 61% of us live in areas with severe light pollution. That’s why we need your help to map the nation’s view
This year please consider putting up some seasonal decorations that everyone can see and spread some joy! St Mary’s church, Thakeham supported by Thakeham Community Events has these great ideas. ADVENT DOORS Each day in December one building in Thakeham village will be the nominated
The Horsham District Older Peoples Forum (HDOPF) is pleased to announce that it will be hosting (supported by Horsham District Council and Age UK Horsham) their highly popular annual ‘MP Question Time’ event for local older people* on Friday the 6th of November. This year, Covid 19
Find Our FluFFy Friends! 20 fluffy toys are hiding in windows around Thakeham for our younger residents to find. Grownups, help your little-ones spot them by looking out for posters like this in windows around the village. Snap a photo (from the street) & send
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no urgent business that requires either the full parish council or the neighbourhood planning committee to meet on 16 December, both meetings have therefore been cancelled. The next meetings will be Monday 20 January: environment committee meeting at 6:15pm and full parish council
After another successful event the organisers of the Halloween Firework evening would like to say: “Thank you so much to all that attended for your support, it was amazing. And a massive thank you to all the helpers that made it happen, without you it
Sussex Green Living, in partnership with One World Living, are holding a pop-up event, known as a kilo-sale. The sale is free to enter, with refreshments on sale by the PTA and the clothing is sold by weight, at £10 per kilo. Clothing for women,
Monday 14th: Environment Committee meeting will now be held at Abingworth Cricket Pavilion, time is unchanged so the meeting will run from 6:15pm – 7:15pm. Full council meeting date has now changed – see below. Monday 21st: Planning Committee meeting will start at 6:30pm in