The fence and gate were erected around the pond this morning, but the stock-wiring delivered was slightly too tall, so this will be fitted next week.
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After responses to the recent Easebourne Park survey, the drainage pond in Easebourne Park will now be fenced. This work will be carried out by a local contractor from 7.30am on Saturday 23rd March 2019 so please be aware of vehicles and people working in the Park during this time.
The replacement Bus Shelter opposite Kings Drive on the A286 is now complete and ready for use.
As you may have noticed, the Parish Council are now in the process of trialing different types of path surface to make the circular path more accessible for all visitors to the Park. We will closely monitor these sections over the coming weeks and if sufficient funding is secured we will hopefully be in a position to carry out the work before the summer. If you can help with our Crowdfunding Campaign, please visit www.spacehive.com and search for Easebourne Park.
Discussion on Future of NHS Health & Care 27th March 2019 2pm – 4pm, The Grange Community Centre, Bepton Road, Midhurst
We would like to invite you to a discussion on the future of health and care services.
Your views will help us prioritise changes and improvements that need to be made, ensuring our populations continue to have the best possible care.
These discussions will help us think about how we use the available money for health and care in the best possible way:
“We can do anything, but not everything”
We have three events in Coastal West Sussex coming up for you to join our discussion in person:
Tuesday 19 March | 5pm – 7pm | The Barn, Field Place Manor House and Barns, The Boulevard, Worthing, BN13 1NP
Wednesday 20 March | 10am – 12noon | Assembly Room, Chichester District Council, The Council House, North Street, Chichester, PO19 1LQ
Wednesday 27 March | 2pm – 4pm | The Grange Community Centre, Bepton Road, Midhurst, GU29 9HD
We want as many people to join the discussion so book your place online https://www.coastalwestsussexccg.nhs.uk/our- health-and-care-our-future or by calling 01903 708411
Save the Date!
Sunday 24 March at 2.30pm
We are looking for some help this Spring to begin our Parish clean up. As well as removing any litter that is spoiling and degrading our community, we would also like to tackle those areas that need clearing of leaves or overgrown foliage.
If there is a particular street or space near you that needs some attention and you would like to get involved, please contact the Parish Clerk with your name and details of the area (street, green space, roadside) that needs tackling.
Our aim is to focus on those areas that are causing concern with a view to establishing volunteer groups in several areas of the Parish.
If you are interested in helping us to spruce up the Parish either as a one-off session or as a regular volunteer for your area, please get in touch with your details. We would really appreciate your help.
We will be meeting at the top section of Easebourne Primary School car park and all picking equipment, gloves, bags and hi-vis vests will be provided.
Look forward to seeing you on Sunday 24 March at 2.30pm!
Please ‘sign up’ as soon as possible by emailing our Parish Clerk, on email@example.com
As you may have noticed, the bus shelter opposite Kings Drive is in the process of being re-built after it was found to be in need of significant repair. This is being undertaken largely as a volunteer project, co-ordinated with Darren Rolfe and his volunteer team from West Sussex County Council, with the financial assistance of City and Country.
The shelter is due to be completed at the end of February/beginning of March.
Easebourne Parish Council have received £2,000 from Tesco’s ‘Bags of Help’ community fund, which will be used to further enhance Easebourne Park.
This is the first ‘over-sized’ cheque ever presented to the Parish Council, which is very exciting. So, a big thank you to Tesco and all those customers who voted with those little blue tokens for Easebourne Park to receive some funds, and to Anita from the Tesco Community Team who handed the cheque to Parish Councillor Ian Milne today.
Darren and his lovely volunteers also constructed a set of steps for easy access to the play area too.
As part of the on-going development of Easebourne Park, a new gate has been installed by Darren Rolfe from West Sussex County Council and his wonderful volunteers to enable easier access to the middle of the play area from the car park.