As advised by the safety auditors in March 2019 (see here for recent history) Abingworth Homes commissioned a further Traffic Calming Speed Study, comparing traffic speed and volume data in the Abingworth 30mph zone of the B2139 Storrington Road. This data was re-measured in week of 29 April – 05 Continue Reading →
Andrew R. Murphy, the author of the new book “William Penn: A Life” will be coming to Thakeham Village Hall on Monday 3 June at 7:00pm. This is another fantastic event for the community, tickets are free but must be pre-booked at this website.
Fantastic community event – the opening of the Abingworth cricket pavilion and pitch. This Friday 24th May, from 5:30pm Come and see the fabulous new pitch and pavilion, meet members of the West Chiltington & Thakeham Cricket Club and enjoy a a hog roast/BBQ dinner, live band and fully licensed Continue Reading →
This year’s Thakeham Flower Festival will be run over the weekend from Friday 14 – Sunday 16 June 2019, more information can be found on the St Mary’s Church Website. Or, you can download a copy of the programme to see all the exciting events. Lis Bingham will be collecting Continue Reading →
Residents are asked to note that, following the Parish Council nomination process, Horsham District Council have confirmed that, as the number of nominated members for Thakeham Parish Council equalled and did not exceed the number of Council vacancies (11), the list of validly-nominated candidates are duly elected without contest, as Continue Reading →
Brinsbury Campus (part of Chichester College) is holding taster days on Tuesday 19 February, and Saturday 9 March. At these events you can learn about the opportunities at Brinsbury to pursue interesting subjects including agriculture, animal/equine care, arboriculture, blacksmithing, engineering & motor vehicles, furniture making, horticulture & landscaping. Find out Continue Reading →
WSCC have announced further cuts to subsidised bus services, including to the 74 service which is the only current daily service through central Thakeham and rural areas along the B2139 corridor. We now think that the residual 74 service in central Thakeham will look like this (probably effective sometime in April Continue Reading →