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Bus shelter refurbishment

You may have already noticed that work has begun on the replacement and refurbishment of 2 Parish Bus Shelters on the A286, one just outside Conifers School and the other just opposite.

This work is being undertaken by Darren Rolfe of West Sussex County Council and his team of volunteers from across Sussex. They offer an amazing service for Parishes across the county and have carried out numerous projects for us over the last couple of years saving us a considerable amount of money. Projects include the installation of the Village Gateways, work in the Park and the initial Bus Shelter opposite Kings Drive.

Work will continue over the next few weeks, so if you see them please feel free to stop and say thank you. If you’d like to know more about Darren’s Team and how you could volunteer for similar projects, contact parishclerk@easebourne.org for more information.

Bus shelter refurbishment2019-08-16T09:15:20+01:00

Easebourne Parish Design Statement

Designs on Easebourne Parish

The residents of Easebourne Parish have the opportunity to help influence any future local building development by sharing their views over the next few weeks through the completion of a short survey. If you are a resident of Easebourne Parish you can complete the survey online via link below or you can download it. You have until the 1st September to submit your thoughts.

https://www.surveymonkey.de/r/TDQNSN9

Download it here How Do You Feel About Easebourne (1)

The feedback will be used to help create a vision for the Parish and the development of a Parish Design Statement.  The work is being done in response to The South Downs National Park Authority’s request for all communities within the Park to contribute to the area’s planning processes. Others Parishes to have already published their Parish Design Statement include Fernhurst.

The aim is to help influence any development in the Parish so that it is in harmony with the surrounding area and reinforces local character.

A small group of Easebourne Parish residents have taken on the challenge to pull the statement together, but need to get as many views as possible from people in Easebourne, Henley and the King Edward VII development to ensure it reflects what residents want to see.

Homes and businesses in the Parish can expect to receive questionnaires during late July and will have until the end of August to respond. The questionnaire can also be completed online and found on the Easebourne parish website. Once the people of the Parish have identified the things that matter to them then small teams will be dispatched to describe the characteristics of those things.

If you would like to volunteer to support this project or have any questions please feel free to contact the team at:Parishdesign@easebourne.org

Easebourne Parish Design Statement2019-08-15T10:05:41+01:00

Midhurst Vision…

There’s just a week left to share your views about Midhurst via the Midhurst Vision survey. It’s your chance to say what you think, what’s good, what’s bad and what you would like to see happen in the future. It’s totally anonymous so don’t hold back! It’s being supported by local groups and Chichester District Council and being led by an independent organisation who specialist in bringing communities together.

The survey takes just a few minutes and can be found by going to www.midhurstvision.org.

Midhurst Vision…2019-08-09T10:09:35+01:00

Park Vandalism

Sadly we have seen more mindless vandalism in the Park sometime in the last 24 hours, with some serious damage to one of our benches and a pond ‘Deep Water’ sign. Both will cost the council money to put right. If you witness anything like this happening in the Park please report it to the Police.

And if you have any information as to how this particular damage occurred, please report it to the Police on 101 or contact us via parishclerk@easebourne.org. Thank you.

Park Vandalism2019-08-07T12:21:29+01:00

Four legged friends in Easebourne Park

As the Park gets busier during the summer holidays, please remember to keep your dog on a lead near the play equipment, especially in the areas designed for our younger visitors.

Dogs can obviously be quite scary for small children so please bear this in mind and if you’re walking your dog and the Park is busy, please consider keeping your dog on a lead. Thank you.

Four legged friends in Easebourne Park2019-08-02T09:45:28+01:00

The Toddler Towers are open!

We’re delighted to announce that the latest addition to Easebourne Park, Toddler Towers, is now open! Designed specifically for 2-4 year olds, the Towers were created specifically for us by local experts Playsafe Playgrounds. The need for some equipment in the Park for younger children was something that came out of the Parish survey earlier this year and so we’re thrilled to have been able to now install the Towers and the roundabout. Neither could have been achieved without the help of grants from Chichester District Council and The Boltini Trust.

The Toddler Towers will be officially opened at the Picnic in the Park on the 31st August, but from today feel free to check them out!

 

The Toddler Towers are open!2019-07-31T19:44:10+01:00

Current Easebourne Park Installation

The current installation of the new toddler climbing area and roundabout is progressing well but is taking a little longer than anticipated. The roundabout is due to be available from this Thursday 25th and the climbing area from Wednesday 31st July. We’re working closely with the contractor to minimise these delays and we’ll do all we can to get them finished sooner.

Please accept our apologies but we’re sure both of the new areas will be worth the wait!

Current Easebourne Park Installation2019-07-23T15:44:23+01:00

Midhurst Vision…

Midhurst Vision has been launched to find out what we all think about Midhurst, what’s good, what’s bad and what you would like to see happen in the future. It’s being supported by local groups and Chichester District Council and being led by an independent organisation who specialist in bringing communities together.

The survey takes just a few minutes and can be found by going to www.midhurstvision.org.

Midhurst Vision…2019-07-17T08:41:05+01:00

Wild flowers and watering…

In case you’ve not noticed, Easebourne Park is looking very pretty at the moment with it’s carpet of wild flowers! Our trees are surviving this latest warm spell but we’re still in need of extra pairs of hands to help with our watering task.

Sadly, out of the entire village, only 1 person has volunteered since our last call for help. So we’re now trying to co-ordinate small groups of people who can take shorter turns in watering, so even if you only have 30 mins to spare one evening, it will still be possible to help share the workload. If this could work for you, please do get in touch with Sharon, our Parish Clerk on parishclerk@easebourne.org. Thank you.

Wild flowers and watering…2019-07-12T18:25:18+01:00

Installation minus 12 days…

Update 12th July 2019 – please note that since our original post there has been a slightly delay to the start date for this installation, which will now be the 17th July.

Last month we told you the exciting news that a new toddler play area had been confirmed for Easebourne Park, along with a fully accessible roundabout.

We’ve now had installation dates confirmed and we’re only 12 days away from the start of this fantastic new phase for the Park! Installation will begin on the 15th July and is scheduled to take just 1 week, during which time the area near to the toddler swings will be fenced off. The rest of the park will remain open but please be aware that there will be some disturbance and vehicle movements during the days. Our local contractor, Playsafe Playgrounds will ensure that deliveries to the site take place outside of school drop off and pick up times so as not to cause problems in the car park.

We hope you’re as excited as we are about this new addition!

Installation minus 12 days…2019-07-12T18:27:23+01:00