Further update from Tom Richardson 24th March @ 5.30pm
Update from WSCC 24th March
Here is an update issued by WSCC today.
Midhurst Fire Update – Businesses Open as Usual – West Sussex County Council
Midhurst update 24th March
Midhurst update 22nd March
Signage and diversion route
We understand that additional and improved signage will be in place imminently to try to warn people of the ongoing closure of North Street from further afield, as well as on the local roads.
Local roads continue to be heavily used and are at times extremely congested. If you have to use local lanes please be aware that some are also being used by pedestrians and other drivers may be less familiar with the lanes than local residents.
Useful updates continue to be posted regularly on the websites and social media of WSCC, CDC, Midhurst Town Council, WSCC Highways and our local County Councillor, Tom Richardson.
Midhurst Fire update 17th March
For latest information about the closure of North Street and affected businesses, please check the following websites and social media:
West Sussex County Council – News – West Sussex County Council
Chichester District Council website – News: Chichester District Council
You can also follow Chichester District council. WSCC and WSCC Highways on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter – they will post updates when they have them.
Parish Design Statement officially adopted by SDNPA
We are very pleased to be able to confirm that on 9 February 2023 the South Downs National Park Authority adopted the Easebourne Parish Design Statement as a Supplementary Planning Document (SDP).
This document sets out a framework of guidelines and principals relating to design matters against which future planning applications will be assessed. The Parish Council would like to thank the volunteers who worked so hard on this project over the last 3 years: without their persistence and determined endeavours, nothing would have been achieved.
You can download the adopted document here:
Permanent toilets for Easebourne Park
Become the Editor of your Community Magazine!
United Easebourne Magazine are looking for a new Editor to take over the role of pulling together this community focussed magazine from July 2023 onwards.
Tina and Gavin, the current editors have been doing the role as volunteers for the last 7 years but feel it’s time for someone else to take on the challenge! It’s a very rewarding role, sharing news and stories about what’s happening in our community, its people and its businesses.
Tina tells us it takes around 3 days in a month, split over the month of course and is all done from home. It doesn’t have to be done by one person, so maybe it’s something you think you could share with someone? If being an editor or roving reporter is something you’ve always fancied having a go at then maybe this is your opportunity!
To find out more and to have a chat about what’s involved, please get in touch with us by email or phone.