Annual Donation applications for services that benefit the Thakeham Community
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.
Our next business spotlight is on The Pamper Hut, a beauty and massage salon in Thakeham offering high quality beauty and holistic treatments in a tranquil and serene environment. Find out more, including contact details here: Local Business Spotlight
76% of shopworkers say that incidents of violence, threats and abuse have been worse during COVID-19. That’s why the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne is running a national campaign 1st – 8th December all about #KeepingChristmasKind and encouraging people to consider their interactions
The latest local business to feature in our spotlight is The Meadow Box run by Sam Aldrich, a Thakeham based Florist. Find out more here: https://thakehamparish.co.uk/local-businesses/
Do you make and sell homemade wares at fairs and exhibitions? Or do you have an Etsy or Ebay shop for selling? We would like to feature our talented residents and their homemade wares. From baking to painting, woodwork to knitting or sculpting to photography,
We know that local residents will be delighted to learn that the new ‘Meadows Stores’ shop at the Abingworth development will open at 8.30am tomorrow (Wednesday 22nd April). After many delays and the challenges of fitting-out the shop during the current CV-19 situation, shop owner
Finally we can share some good news about the shop and veterinary practice! The long-standing disagreement between the building owner and developer has been resolved and all the legalities finalised. Building work has resumed and, all being well, the target date to have the shop
The first bulletin newsletter of 2020 is ready for viewing, residents should receive a copy through their letterbox soon. If you’d like to view online you can see it, and previous newsletters, here.
These works are now expected to begin in March, and as an early warning there will be likely be temporary traffic lights in place for at least some of the timeframe. Monaghans have been very proactive with trying to remedy the problems caused by some