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The trampolines are under construction!
A big Thank You to all the children who created wildlife images which have been carved into the oak dens in Easebourne Park.
Please note: Easebourne Parish Council Meeting which was due to take place on 11th July 2018 has been postponed and will now take place on 18th July 2018.
As some of you may have seen, three new ‘Speed Camera/30mph’ signs were installed along Dodsley Lane last week in the latest phase of our attempts to reduce traffic speeds throughout the village. The Sussex Safer Roads Partnership speed van has also been positioned in the village today, Monday 9th July, and Easebourne will now be included as one of their regular scheduled locations. Our own Community Speedwatch activity will continue alongside these checks and we’re always happy to welcome new volunteers, so if you have an hour to spare a week to help us make our roads safer then please do get in touch with our Parish Clerk.”
5th July 2018
Easebourne Parish Council have three new opportunities for volunteers to get involved in the creation of Easebourne Park, which is adjacent to Wheelbarrow Castle.
On three Mondays: 17th and 24th September 2018 and 1st October 2018, we will be joined by Darren Rolfe from West Sussex County Council who will the tasks which include installation of a new ramp and two sets of steps which improve access to the Park for everyone.
All equipment will be provided as well as tea and biscuits, so if you can spare a few hours or would just like further information, please get in touch! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Sharon on 07342 166 188.
This year as usual the Parish Council will be at the School Fete on Saturday 30th June from 1.oopm. But what is unusual is that we will be running a fabulous Jars and Bottles (and a few little surprises) TOMBOLA which will include Prosecco and slime! The funds raised from this will be used towards the new playground.
Please do come and chat to us, and see the display all about the playground and ask any other questions you may have about the Parish and the work of the Parish Council.