No urgent business has arisen and so neither the full Parish Council meeting or the Planning Committee meeting on 19 August are required. The next meetings will be: Monday 16 September 7:30pm: Parish Council Meeting Monday 23 September 6:30pm: Planning Committee Meeting
A vital part of making our roads safer is the regular presence of members of the Thakeham Community Speedwatch group, set up by local resident Ian King. Please follow the link/steps below to find out more and join this group: 1. http://www.communityspeedwatch.co.uk 2. Click register 3.
We needs volunteers for an upcoming firework event to be held on 31st October. If you have any time to give please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Update regarding the park on High Bar Lane. The Parish Council agreed on 17 June that recently received CIL funds could be spent on further refurbishments of the park on High Bar Lane. This includes a new rubberised floor surface to replace the current wood-chipped
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
Residents are asked to note that the scheduled Neighbourhood Planning Committee meeting of Monday 20 May 2019 has been cancelled, due to the need for the committee to be formally re-appointed at the full Parish Council meeting of the same night. The normal meeting schedule
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
Everyone is cordially invited to the Annual Parish Meeting this coming Monday 15 April, at 7.30pm in Thakeham Village Hall (Chesswood Room). This informal annual meeting offers a great opportunity to engage informally with experts in issues that are important to the future of our community.
Do you want to do something new, meet new people and be more involved in your local community? Our clubs and groups rely on volunteers to help local residents in many ways. Below is a list of groups/clubs currently looking for volunteers. Please contact the group/club
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