Jun 03

Poynings Parish Council Meeting Update

The planning meeting on Tuesday 9th June has been updated to a full meeting.

 

To be held in the Village Hall on Tuesday 9th June 2015 at 7pm.

 

Agenda

 

  1. Minutes

     

  2. Matters Arising

     

  3. Planning Applications

    Glebe Cottage (SDNP.15.02186.TCA), tree works
    Greenacres (SDNP.15.02258.HOUS), construction of a single storey gym.
    Planning permission has been granted for the extension at Glebe cottage

 

  1. Training. Dates and Cost

 

  1. Any Other Business

 

  1. Dates of Next Meetings

 

Colin Warburton

Clerk

Jun 01

The Downland Churches – June 2015

The Downland Churches

Holy Trinity Poynings, St Andrew’s, Edburton

St John the Evangelist, Newtimber

The Transfiguration, Pyecombe

www.downlandchurches.co.uk

 

 

June 2015

 

 

Sunday 7th June                 Trinity 1

    10 am    Family Service        Poynings

followed at 11.15 by Holy Communion

11am Family Communion     Edburton

 

Sunday 14th June               Trinity 2

    10 am Holy Communion        Newtimber

     6 pm Evening Service        Pyecombe

 

Sunday 21st June             Trinity 3

    10 am    Holy Communion        Poynings     

11 am Family Communion    Edburton

 

Sunday 28th June             Trinity 4

    10 am    Holy Communion        Pyecombe

 

 

Morning and Evening Prayer each week

At 9am on Wednesdays at Poynings

At 6pm: Mondays (Edburton),Wednesdays (Pyecombe)

At 5pm: Tuesdays at Newtimber

 

Evergreens (for the over 60’s)

Monday 1st June, 3.30 – 5pm
at Rectory Cottage, Newtimber (home of Shirley and John Murrell)

Special events and dates this month

 

  • The Gardens at Pangdean will be open on Wednesday 3rd June, in memory of Sue – starting with coffee at 11am, followed by an escorted tour and ending with a light lunch. If you can tell Ian in advance if you are able to go, please do (tel 841670), but otherwise just turn up. There will be a further opportunity in September to view the latest horticultural additions.

 

  • Edburton PCC will meet at 7.30pm on Wednesday 3rd June at Graham’s house.

 

  • Saturday 6th June is POYNINGS FETE. Don’t miss it! This is our biggest church fund raiser of the year, and a wonderful village event. This year there will even be a MURDER mystery to solve!

 

  • The second of our Messy Church events will take place on the evening of Friday 19th June at 4.30pm at Fulking Hall. Please remember this new initiative in your prayers.

 

  • There will be a Summer Concert of light choral music in Poynings Church on Sunday 28th June at 3pm given by our own Jamie and Nick Andrews and friends– in aid of Church funds. £5 on the door, under 18s free. A lovely way to spend a summer’s afternoon. Do come along.

 

  • Advance notice of 2 events for July – String Ensemble and Strawberry tea at Newtimber Place on July 5th, and Pyecombe Village Weekend on 11th and 12th July. Joint PCCs will NOT now meet on July 6th – new date to be circulated to all PCC members.

 

Clergy contact details:

Revd Dr Caroline Currer, Priest-in-Charge

Tel 01273 857456 c.currer@btinternet.com

Revd Graham Jeffery (mainly Edburton) 01273 494559

 

May 30

Poynings Parish Council Planning Meeting

Tuesday the 9th June. 7pm at Poynings Village Hall

There will be a short Parish Council Planning meeting to discuss two recent planning applications:

Glebe Cottage (SDNP.15.02186.TCA), tree works
http://planningpublicaccess.southdowns.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=NNVAZYTU08D00

Greenacres (SDNP.15.02258.HOUS), construction of a single storey gym.
http://planningpublicaccess.southdowns.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=NNZ7Z2TUGPL00

Please join us if you have any comments on these.

Colin

 

May 30

Festival goers are Wild About Mid Sussex

Local residents are invited to get back in touch with nature at the Wild About Mid Sussex event on Saturday 6 June 2015.

Wild About Mid Sussex celebrates the wonderful countryside that surrounds the towns and villages of Mid Sussex. It is totally free to enter and takes place at St John’s Park in Burgess Hill from 10am until 5pm.

Wildlife conservation groups from all over the country provide informative displays and exhibitions to help local people find out about protecting local wildlife and the varied habitats of Mid Sussex.

There will be fun for all the family with face painting for young children and the chance to see some native wildlife up close including bats, bees, stag beetles and pond creatures. Adventurous souls who are looking to meet wildlife from further afield will be able to see exotic foreigners such as Amazonian tree frogs, gargoyle geckos, pythons and a 4ft rhino iguana that loves to be stroked.

“Wild About Mid Sussex is fast becoming one of the most popular events at the Burgess Hill Summer Festival,” said Councillor Pru Moore, Mid Sussex District Council Cabinet Member for Leisure and Sustainability. “Last year over three thousand local people came along to get a close look at the wild animals and find out more about the valuable conservation projects we have in the area. It looks set to be another wonderful event this year so why not head down to St John’s Park on 6 June to take a walk on the wild side!”

‘Wild About Mid Sussex’ is organised by the ‘Friends of Burgess Hill Green Circle’ group, in partnership with Mid Sussex District Council and Burgess Hill Town Council. The event marks the start of the Burgess Hill Summer Festival, a nine day celebration of music, dance, comedy, art, crafts, theatre, nature, literature and history. Highlights include Jazz legend Chris Barber, an evening with prize winning novelist Alison MacLeod and a retelling of Romeo and Juliet with Debs Newbold.

For more information about the ‘Wild About Mid Sussex’ exhibition, please visit

www.bh-green-circle.org.uk or email parksopenspaces@midsussex.gov.uk.

May 28

Hymns and Pimms

ST ANDREW’S CHURCH EDBURTON

 
 

 
 

SONGS of PRAISE

SERVICE

 
 

May 31st 2015

 
 

aka

‘Hymns and Pimms’

 
 

Please join us in singing some favourite hymns in our lovely

Downland Church

 
 

accompanied by a complimentary glass of

Pimms

 
 

6.00pm for 6.30pm

May 17

Parish Council AGM

The Parish Council AGM has been moved.

It is now on the following Tuesday, the 26th May 2015 at 7.30pm

 

May 13

Parish Clerk Vacancy

If you were thinking of applying for the vacancy of Clerk for the Poynings Parish Council, then you need to apply by the end of the week.

Full details http://poynings.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Job-Description-Feb-2015-.pdf

Applications to Nicki Cutress.  cutress.family@btinternet.com

May 10

Poynings Parish Council Election results

And the results are:

 

Sheila Marshal 104        

Mike Airey        104        

Jake Richards   102        

John Digby          88        

Matt Cutress      86        

Jan Nichols         74        

Chris Wood        69

 

May 07

Fulking Book Sale

Book Sale Reminder

FULKING CHAPEL

Sunday 11th May

 11am-4pm

and every Wednesday 10.00-11.30am

Large, ever changing selection of books, cds etc

May 03

Watch Found

Anybody missing a watch. It’s a woman’s watch, wind-up, small face, metal link band with hearts in it.  Found dropped by the stile at the top of Mark Lee’s ploughed field.

Contact Judy of Sunnyside, 857160.

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