The Parish Council is recruiting a new Parish Clerk to replace Owen Richards, who is retiring in September 2022. Full details are below. Thakeham Parish Council – Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer Full-time – 37.5 hrs/week (including scheduled evening meetings) Salary range – LC2
Allotments update September 2021
As a result of the improved design we are happy to announce we will have a few more plots available. Please contact the clerk to submit an expression of interest should you wish to be added to the list.
Horsham District Council, as part of a consortium of 21 local authority partners, led by Portsmouth City Council and AgilityEco has launched a new grant funded scheme for domestic energy efficiency improvement which will be known as Warmer Homes. The scheme is available to homeowners
Everyone is cordially invited to the Annual Parish meeting on 23 May, starting at 7:30pm. This is an informal meeting which will include the Parish Council’s Annual Report, a short talk with Q & A by Barbara Walmsley on local recycling options and initiatives, free
THAKEHAM PARISH COUNCIL Local Government Act 1972 The Local Elections (Parishes and Communities) Rules 2006 NOTICE OF VACANCY IN THE OFFICE OF PARISH COUNCILLOR 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that due to the resignation of Councillor Christine Noble a vacancy for a parish councillor exists.
THAKEHAM PARISH COUNCIL Local Government Act 1972 The Local Elections (Parishes and Communities) Rules 2006 NOTICE OF VACANCY IN THE OFFICE OF PARISH COUNCILLOR 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that due to the resignation of Councillor Thomas Janus a vacancy for a parish councillor exists.
Following a well-attended public planning meeting on Tuesday 8 March, the Parish Council agreed and has now submitted a Strong Objection to the proposals lodged under HDC reference DC/22/0080. The full text of the PC’s submission to HDC planners can be read and downloaded below.
Given the virtually non-existent bus service in central/northern Thakeham, the need for a community transport (CT) scheme is high on the PC’s agenda. Over the last couple of years we have secured funding for this via the Abingworth development – £91K is now due to
As many residents will already be aware, a proposal has been submitted to HDC planners (DC/22/0080) to build 30 new houses in a field to the south of Furze Common Road. Thakeham Parish Council’s response to this scheme will be agreed at a public meeting
Fireworks October 31st 2021 Volunteers Needed