Aug 23

Raising Funds for Holy Trinity Church. Poynings

There is a simple way to raise funds for our local church at no cost to you! 

Shop online via www.easyfundraising.org.uk and retailers (from John Lewis to Thomson Holidays) give a donation to your charity of choice, and Holy Trinity Church Poynings is listed on the website as a cause to support.

It’s easy:

Go to http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/ , click on ‘support a good cause’, enter ‘Holy Trinity Church, Poynings’ and click on ‘support this cause’.

Then register with your details and after that shopping online via http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/ will automatically channel donations to the Church. 

Shopping itself is easy – just go to this website and find your retailer and carry on as usual with purchases.  The donations cost you nothing.

You can also use easysearch instead of Google for searches and this gives the Church 1p for every two searches.  Simply go to www.easysearch.org.uk  and put in ‘Holy Trinity Church, Poynings’ where it asks what cause you support, and then every time you do a search via this website funds trickle in.

Bookmark www.easyfundraising.org.uk and www.easysearch.org.uk now!

Thank you for your support!

Caroline and the PCC.

Aug 20

POYNINGS FUN DAY

Nothing to do after the Olympics? Then come along to Poynings Fun day on Bank holiday Monday.

Are you as good as the Olympic runners or table tennis players, time to find out! There is a table tennis table to find out, or you can be a number one runner.


POYNINGS FUN DAY

Mon 29 August 2016 Bank Holiday

VILLAGE HALL

Friends and family welcome

2pm Village Hall – Commencing with Presentation of Fun Run awards from the morning races.

2.30 ‘Tug of War’

3.00 Children’s traditional races (Egg & Spoon etc.) – with prizes!

Other attractions include: Drinks tent, stalls, music, raffle and Table Tennis Tournament.

4.00 Calling of Raffle.         


Offers of help, phone – Sheila 857482. Raffle prizes appreciated.

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In the morning from 10.30am

POYNINGS RACES – Blacksmith’s field.


Some serious and some for fun! Suitable for all ages. Junior prizes. Medals and Trophies

ENTER ON THE DAY. £1 per race. Race, jog or come and cheer.

1 lap = 0.7 mile        3 laps = 2 miles




Junior Sprint – 60m Under 12 years – Medals for all

Cycle Race – Child or Adult – 1 lap

Parent and Child     – 1 lap

Main Race – 3 laps of the field. Crystal Trophies for winners.

Open to all. Village awards.

        

Aug 19

Pondtail Wood Weekly Update Bulletin – 19 August 2016

 

SDNPA

 

  • A ‘For Sale by Auction’ sign went up adjacent to the entrance gate on Wednesday 17 August. The agent is Barnard Marcus. Their website states the next auction will be on Monday 12 September, at Grand Connaught Rooms, Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5DA and details of the sale will be available two weeks before.

    http://www.barnardmarcusauctions.co.uk/Current_Auction.html

  • Information was received that the ‘For Sale’ sign disappeared during the night of Wednesday to Thursday. However, during the below site visit Minerals & Waste Officer Natalie CHILLCOTT saw the sign was laying on the ground in the verge.

 

 

Key dates

 

  • Stop Notice was served on the 13th June 2016 and took effect immediately.
  • The Enforcement Notice was served on the 13 June and should have taken effect on 12th July 2016. This effective date is suspended due to the submission of an Appeal.
  • SDNPA were informed by solicitors acting on behalf of the site owners that an Appeal against the Enforcement Notice had been lodged with the Planning Inspectorate on 11 July 2016.
  • Remedial work specified in the Enforcement Notice should be completed by 23rd August 2016 (42 days from when the notice takes effect). Currently this date is suspended due to the appeal.
  • Before 30 April 2017 the land must be restocked with trees as per the Forestry Commission Notice.
  • Sale by auction by Barnard Marcus on 12 September 2016.

 

SDNPA Website

 

SDNPA website has a dedicated webpage with regular updates, which can be accessed from the front screen by clicking on the photo titled ‘Pondtail Wood Update’:

 

https://www.southdowns.gov.uk/pondtail-wood-update-15-july-2016/

 


 

Aug 17

Ping Pong Funds

So far, £390 has been raised so that the youngsters (and the not so young) can have a permanent all weather Ping Pong table in the village.

Many thanks to all those who have donated J

Keep going though so that we can raise the £3,000 needed for a base that will conform to all the regulations, won’t fall apart in a few years and will drain properly.

Head on over to www.poynings.net/pingpong and donate as much as you can now!

Aug 17

Produce sale for Church

Don’t forget to donate produce for the sale at the top of Mill Close.

Don’t waste your excess plants, fruit or vegetables.

Just leave them on the stall.

Of course, you may not have any, in which case, get down there and buy some J

£30 has been raised for the Church so far.

Aug 16

Shed Break in

Old School House in Church Lane, Newtimber had the shed broken into on Sunday 14th August, they levered open the lock.  

 

There was nothing much in it so nothing was stolen but probably best to make sure your sheds are secure and keep a look out for anything suspicious. 

Aug 12

Fulking Book Sale

Monthly Book Sale in the Chapel in Fulking

Sunday – 11.00 – 4.00

Come and browse

Loads of holiday reading

Aug 12

Pondtail Wood Weekly Update Bulletin – 29 July 2016

SDNPA

 

  • Confirmed there was no change to previous condition nor any activity.

 

Key dates

 

  • Stop Notice was served on the 13th June 2016 and took effect immediately.
  • The Enforcement Notice was served on the 13 June and should have taken effect on 12th July 2016. This effective date is suspended due to the submission of an Appeal.
  • SDNPA were informed by solicitors acting on behalf of the site owners that an Appeal against the Enforcement Notice had been lodged with the Planning Inspectorate on 11 July 2016.
  • Remedial work specified in the Enforcement Notice should be completed by 23rd August 2016 (42 days from when the notice takes effect). Currently this date is suspended due to the appeal.
  • Before 30 April 2017 the land must be restocked with trees as per the Forestry Commission Notice.

 

SDNPA Website

 

SDNPA website has a dedicated webpage with regular updates, which can be accessed from the front screen by clicking on the photo titled ‘Pondtail Wood Update’:

 

https://www.southdowns.gov.uk/pondtail-wood-update-15-july-2016/

 


 

Aug 11

Vivace concert at Newtimber church

St. John the Evangelist church, Church Lane, NEWTIMBER BN6 9BT.

Invites you to come to a concert by the VIVACE ! CHOIR, on Saturday OCTOBER 8th.2016 at 7.30pm.

They gave a fine concert of varied music last year and we are very glad that they are now returning.

Light refreshments and a drink will be included in the ticket price of £10 for adults, £5 for those under 18.

Our current project will help to fund a lighting installation along the church path.

Tickets can be obtained from

Lucy Dalrymple Tel: 01273 831877 email: lucydalrymple@icloud.com

also Stephanie Anderson email: stjohnpccnewtimber@icloud.com

and Gill Keith 01273 835013 gillian.bedlam@googlemail.com

Aug 10

Pyecombe Music & Arts Festival

Friday 2nd – Sunday 4th September 2016


Pyecombe Church & Wayfield Park Farm Shop 

 

Featuring:

 

Herbie Flowers & Friends 

 

And Many More Local Musicians

 

The weekend will include:

Stories, Music & Poems from Sussex

Music while you Munch @ Wayfield Park Farm Shop

Country & Rock Band – Sold as Seen

A Fat Hour of Choral Music with Nick Andrews & Friends

Song Recital by Nara Faye Clapperton – soprano & Fiona Hunnisett – mezzo-soprano with Nick Andrews – accompanist

Herbie Flowers & Friends: Two Faerie Stories, The Wedding of the Sun & Moon & Limpy Lawson

 Paintings  on display & for sale by local artist  Rob Jamison

A Lewes Priory Style Medieval Service

 

Box Office Open at Pyecombe Church  Sat. 27th August, 10am – 12pm, Thurs.  1st September, 6 – 7pm & Fri. 2nd September, 10am – 12pm

 

or Contact 07736 806851 or email cullmon.jm@gmail.com

For further details see website: www.pyecombe.org.uk    

     
 

          Proceeds for Pyecombe Church  with a Contribution to The Samaritans


 

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