Thakeham Village Hall is a collection point for the special recycling scheme run by Sussex Green Living for processing as part of their Single Use Recycling Scheme. See below for the full list of items accepted. How and when can I drop off recycling I’ve
We are seeking your feedback on some potential projects that the Parish Council has been considering, to improve our facilities and enhance the quality of life in Thakeham. You can also use it to tell us about other ideas. We aim to end up with a short-list of achievable projects that will make a real difference.
Unfortunately the timetable for relaxation of Covid lockdown restrictions on public meetings does not allow the Parish Council to hold its traditional informal Annual Parish Meeting this April. But we expect to be resuming in-person PC meetings in the Village Hall during the summer, and
A big thank-you to Rob Lewis, owner of the Bacons Land woods, for confirming that the permissive route off the footpath, through the spectacular bluebell woods, will be available again to local residents in April and May. (Subject obviously to everyone observing the social distancing
Sixteen successful applications have already received funds through the £100k Winter Crisis Grant since the start of 2021. The county council is working with Sussex Community Foundation in supporting community groups providing local activities helping families financially impacted by the pandemic. This grant is available
The census is coming. By taking part, you can help inform decisions on services that shape your community, such as healthcare, education and transport. The census is a unique survey that happens every 10 years. It gives us a snapshot of all the people and
The first spotlight of 2021 is on : Taania Wood Permanent Cosmetics – a micropigmentation specialist offering permanent make-up, scalp micropigmentation, and paramedical micropigmentation. Find out more about Taania and her business here: Local Business Spotlight.
Readers who aren’t already familiar with our biodiversity improvement project for the Glebe Field are recommended to start by reading the initial 2020 report produced by Sussex Wildlife colleagues (see the bottom of this page). Since then, latest updates are: Follow-up survey of June 2022
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
Residents are asked to note that the formal application for development of this site on High Bar Lane has now been submitted. Full papers are available via the HDC planning portal link below. DC/20/2577 Demolition of existing buildings and erection of 25 residential dwellings including