There are still place at the Yoga class in Poynings village hall. Tuesday evenings at 7.45-8.45. £5 drop in, run by BWY qualified Caroline Delacour. (It won’t be on when council meetings are on)
Mid Sussex District Council (MSDC) has been working closely with Highways England to ensure the A23 is as clear of litter as possible. MSDC is responsible for removing litter from road verges throughout the district. However, the high speed nature of the A23 and the volume of traffic make this almost impossible to do safely …
Dog control measures in Mid Sussex are set to be updated today (Tuesday 17 October) as Public Spaces Protection Orders replace the existing legislation. Mid Sussex currently uses Dog Control Orders to protect the local environment and deter irresponsible dog ownership. However, they are due to expire later this year and Mid Sussex District …
We are setting up a group called “Poynings Families’ complete with a ‘Small Charity’ constitution and bank account. This can receive grants for children’s play equipment as well as offering a networking service for emergency babysitting etc. Please join us and help choose some additional play equipment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks Sheila
Can you volunteer to help with car parking and traffic flow? Contact Mike on email@example.com or 857985 Volunteers still get to see the fireworks. Help is needed from 5pm until about 6.40pm. It is necessary to ensure the road is kept available for traffic and the procession. The event can’t run without sufficient helpers. …
The torch procession and Guy will leave the Royal Oak at approximately 6.25 on Sat Nov 4th. The lighting of the bonfire and fireworks will follow. You can take material to the bonfire 9am-5pm Oct 17th – 1st Nov It must be taken to the bonfire site, not left on the forecourt Clean burning material …
2.30 pm Sat 7th October Poynings Recreation Ground A short ceremony to officially open the new table tennis table involving WSDC, MSDC, PPC and as many of those involved as possible. Sheila would like to thank all those who kindly donated to the ‘Just Giving Fund’, the table tennis tournament and an earlier raffle.
The donated goods were delivered and weighed at the Missions food bank on Stanley Road where they were weighed. We had collected 100kg of goods which are valued at £2 per kg.. Thus a bumper Harvest Crop of £200 for the struggling families in Brighton and Hove. Thank you Poynings! …