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Following three particular incidents in Hurstpierpoint earlier in January, the Police have increased their patrols in the village, and these will continue for at least the next month.
If you believe that you might have any information relating to any of the three attacks which took place then please contact the Police investigating officer:
DC Michael Wyborne
Tel: 101 Ex 535261
Quoting case: CAD 1132
All members of the public are always encouraged to report to the Police any incidents or suspicious behaviour, as this might be helpful in building a picture and gathering evidence to solve crimes. Reports should be made to:
Tel: 101 Ex 535261
9 February 2018
The Albourne Road allotments has a short waiting list at the moment. Therefore, it is a good time to put your name on our waiting list. If you are interested, please contact the Parish Council office on 01273 833264 or email: email@example.com .
The Parish Council operates a grant aid system providing small sums (up to £500) to local non-profit groups that meet the needs of the Parish's residents. Grant applications are considered at the Community Affairs Committee meetings of the Council, 6 times per year. The next Community Affairs Committee meeting will be on 15 March 2018; therefore the deadline for grant applications to be received will be on Mon 5 March 2018.
Please contact the Parish Council office on 01273 833264, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org, or look on the website under the Parish Council tab, for more information.
PCSO Stephen Low and PCSO Dan Gale will be holding a street surgery in the foyer of Hurstpierpoint Village Hall 1530-1630 Thursday 1/2/18 and Friday 2/2/18 in relation to the recent knife crimes in the village.
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The Secretary of State had allowed permission for 120 houses at Kingsland Laines, Sayers Common. This follows a lengthy process in which the Parish Council argued against the application, saying that this number was more than required by our Neighbourhood Plan. Planning permission had previously been granted for 40 houses on the same site, so this latest decision permits a further 80.
We are planning to install some flower baskets on posts along the High Street in Hurstpierpoint, and some flower beds at Fairfield Crescent, Iden Hurst and College Lane. This part of the Council's work to improve the appearance of our villages and we hope to have them in place next Spring. Click here for some sketch details.
The first part of the new Hurst Meadows parkland is now open to the public.
The 9 acres north of Highfield Drive in Hurstpierpoint, can be approached from either St Georges Lane/Latchetts Lane, or from the St Georges footpath, near College Lane. The area is a mixture of open meadow, hedgerows and woodland and is available to everyone for their quiet enjoyment.
We are expecting that the second stage, some 40 acres of meadow at Little Park will be available in the early Spring 2018.
Click here for more details.
During the week commencing 20 March 2017, tree surgeons will be removing the 8 large conical shaped trees located in the Garden of Rest, South Avenue Cemetery. Access to the Garden of Rest during this time will be limited. If this causes any problems, please contact the Parish Council Office on 01273 833 264 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hurstpierpoint Village Centre Association have changed the way they manage room bookings at the Hurstpierpoint Village Centre. You are able to manage booking requests using the online system on the Hurstpierpoint Village Centre website: www.hurstvillagecentre.org . On this website, using the links in the top right-hand corner, you will be able to see information about the rooms available, the diary/calendar of availability and contact details for more information.
If you are a new user to the system, please go on the link for 'booking enquiry' and submit your information. If you are a previous user, please go onto the Diary page and click on Customer Login.
The short-term section of Trinity Road carpark has increased its parking time allowed from 2 hours to 3 hours; the hours of operation have also increased and are now: Monday - Saturday from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm , excluding bank holidays. That means that showing your parking disc in the car, you can now park there for up to 3 hours, between 8 am - 6 pm. Discs are on sale for £1.00 at a number of locations in the village.
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