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The Councillors and Clerk of West Grinstead Parish Council are deeply saddened at the news of the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this time.
If you would like to add condolences to the official condolences e-book please visit www.royal.uk
Government’s Rural Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme
This scheme aims to upgrade rural households with a current speed of less than 100Mbs to faster broadband internet connections offering a free voucher entitlement of up to £4000 per household. If groups of residents come together then installation costs are minimal. Please contact the Clerk if you are interested who will collate nearby residents into groups for this purpose.
A VACANCY EXISTS FOR A PARISH COUNCILLOR FOR THE DIAL POST WARD
Please contact the Clerk if you are interested. Clerk@westgrinstead-pc.gov.uk
West Grinstead Neighbourhood Plan (Regulation 16)
The submission draft West Grinstead Neighbourhood Plan is currently out for the Regulation 16 consultation. The consultation is open from 10th July for 8 weeks concluding at midnight on 4th September 2020.
To view the West Grinstead Neighbourhood Submission draft plan and how you can make comments please click the link below:
If you have difficulties in responding to the consultation online please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the following number 01403 215398 at the earliest possible opportunity so that we can take this into account. Each enquiry will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
Consultations will be kept under close review and please observe current COVID – 19 government guidance.
COVID -19 Where to find the latest information:
WSCC COVID-19 pages
Updates on COVID-19:
Travel advice for those travelling and living overseas:
PUBLIC MEETING AT DIAL POST VH TONIGHT 16th MARCH 7.30pm IS GOING AHEAD SEE BELOW FOR INFORMATION
PUBLIC MEETING ON HORSHAM DC LOCAL PLAN 9th and 16th MARCH 2020 DOCUMENTS FROM THE MEETING AND INFORMATION BELOW:
To request a hard copy of a comments form email: email@example.com or telephone 01403 215 100
To view the draft Proposed Revised Local Plan (If the link breaks, from the HDC home page go to “planning and development). You must register before you can make online comments.
IMPORTANT PARISH EVENT CONCERNING DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE PARISH
The Parish Council is holding two public meetings regarding the Horsham District Council’s proposed revisions to its Local Plan. Horsham is currently consulting on these revisions and the Parish Council will be explaining the implications for this Parish of proposals for this area. The meetings will also inform residents of how they are able to comment during this consultation.
Meetings are on:
9th March 2020 Partridge Green Village Hall 7.30pm
16th March 2020 Dial Post Village Hall 7.30pm
Parish Spring Clean – Save the date
Saturday 7th March Meet at 10am at the Partridge Green Village Hall Car Park. Equipment supplied. Please let organiser know by 2nd March if you are able to help 01403 710148 firstname.lastname@example.org
PUBLIC TALK ON COUNTY LINES – Speaker WSCC Officer Guy Pace.
30th January 2020 at 7.30pm Partridge Green Village Hall
The Parish Council invite you to a talk on Serious and Organised Crime such as “County Lines” —What do we mean by the term “County Lines”?
There is currently a high media profile for issues around many types of Serious and Organised Crime (SOC) including a phenomenon known as “County Lines” … but what really lies behind this term for this most hidden of high-harm crimes?
County Lines refers to the dedicated phone lines used by drug dealers, drug users and the young (often children) drug couriers that carry illegal drugs from large cities to rural and coastal locations. The children and young people who are involved in County Lines are often amongst the most vulnerable in our communities and are prone to being criminally exploited; that is, they are coerced and threatened and suffer abuse at the hands of the organised crime gang members. In many cases, the young people may approach gangs, offering to transport the drugs, believing that they will receive large financial rewards for their work – but once ensnared, they find it impossible to escape the cycle of exploitation perpetrated by the gang members….
Proposal for Development at Buck Barn (Wealdcross).
Chairman: Mrs O. Izzard.
Clerk: Ms. J. Bromley
The Parish Office Village Hall, Village Hall Lane, Partridge Green, West Sussex. RH13 8HX
Normal Parish Office Hours:
* Mondays 10am – 2pm
* Tuesdays 10am – 2pm
* Wednesdays 11.30am – 2.30pm
* Thursdays 2pm – 5pm
* Fridays CLOSED
These times are subject to change due to illness, meetings and other appointments.