As part of the Communications and Volunteering Committee, the Parish Council aims to carry out a number of volunteer projects in the village during the year. Activities can be carried out by a volunteer party either with the support and help of West Sussex or on our own. Volunteering will become more and more important for us local council budgets continue to be squeezed and Parishes need to find ways of doing things that might previously have been done by the County or District teams.

We are always keen to hear from you if you are interested in joining the volunteer list for current or future projects. If you can help, please get in touch!


Carol Cantlon (Chairman)

Ian Milne

Mike Noble

David Pack

Emma Chapman

Complete the form below with your contact details and what you are interested in volunteering in. We will let you know next time there is a community volunteering project.

Select (required) to confirm we can retain your Name, Phone Number and eMail address on file. We will only use your contact details in relation to future volunteering projects. We will not share, sell or pass on your contact details to anyone other than in relation to an event you accept to volunteer for.


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Good turnout for Easebourne Litter Pick

Thank you to everyone who took part in the Easebourne Litter Pick on a sunny Saturday 19 September.
Volunteers spread out across the village to do a great tidy up.  Thanks, too, to Chichester Contract Services who’ve already removed the bags of rubbish we collected.
If you want to get involved in volunteering projects around the Parish please contact our Parish Clerk at parishclerk@easebourne.org or Friends of Easebourne Parish (FREP) at caromilne@hotmail.com.
September 21st, 2020|News, Volunteering|

Latest Green Volunteers Schedule

The latest schedule for the Midhurst Green volunteers is now available, showing dates and locations until the end of the year. There are lots of dates programmed in for Easebourne so please show your support and join some of these sessions to help smarten up YOUR Parish.

The team are a friendly bunch, all equipment is provided, social distancing is adhered to and all you need to do is bring your own gardening gloves!

Yesterday, Saturday 12th Sept we managed to increase our village volunteers from 2 to 3 – a great effort – but we were still seriously outnumbered by Midhurst volunteers, with an amazing 8 residents turning out to help US. Please consider joining this important work in our Parish, or if you can’t help, please spread the word and do your bit to encourage those who can.

Midhurst Green Volunteers Q4 2020

September 13th, 2020|News, Volunteering|

Litter-Pick 9.00am on Saturday 19th September 2020

Easebourne Parish Litter pick, Saturday 19th September 

This year’s parish litter pick takes place on Saturday 19th September from 9am to 11am to coincide with the Keep Britain Tidy campaign.

The meeting place is the Primary School Car Park next to Easebourne Park.  Please just wear appropriate clothing and shoes and we will provide everything else.  Even if you can only spare 30 minutes at the start, it can make a real difference.

Please contact the Parish Council at parishclerk@easebourne.org to let us know if you can join in so we can make sure we have enough kit.
September 12th, 2020|News, Volunteering|

Please join a High Path clearance this Saturday!

The Green Volunteers are in the village again this coming Saturday, 12th September, this time to work along the upper stretch of High Path, between Hollist Lane and Dodsley Grove.

Last week along the A272 we only saw 2 village volunteers join the fun, which was really disappointing and doesn’t bode well for the future of this incredibly valuable collaboration. Without more help from within the village we can’t guarantee that more Easebourne dates will be added to the busy Green Volunteers schedule.

PLEASE consider joining this group of friendly volunteers who really make a difference to our Parish. It’s light work, for no more than 2 hours, on a Saturday or a Tuesday, somewhere in Midhurst or Easebourne – the full schedule is always on the Midhurst Green Volunteers Website. All tools are provided, just bring along some gloves and if you’re lucky free drinks and cakes are available at the end of the task!

So this Saturday, let’s show how much we care about our village and support this amazing team of volunteers! Meet at the end of Hollist Lane at the top of High Path from 8am! Spread the word!

September 8th, 2020|Communications, News, Volunteering|

Will you volunteer for the Easebourne Parish litter pick?

This year’s Parish litter pick takes place on Saturday 19th September from 9 to 11am to coincide with the Keep Britain Tidy campaign.
Meeting place is the upper Primary School Car Park, nearest the school building. Everything you need will be provided, including gloves, bags, hi-vis and litter grabbers.

Even if you can only spare 30 minutes it can make a real difference. Please contact the Parish Council at parishclerk@easebourne.org to let us know if you can join in so we can make sure we have enough picking kits!
September 2nd, 2020|News, Volunteering|

Green Volunteers are back!

The Midhurst Green Volunteers will be back in Easebourne for the next 2 Saturdays, the 5th and the 12th September.

Working along Easebourne Lane, from Wheelbarrow Castle corner towards Midhurst, the team will be cutting back overgrown vegetation, hedges and clearing paths and would be extremely grateful for extra pairs of hands!

Meet on the eastern corner of Wheelbarrow Castle from 8.00am, all tools are providing but please bring your own garden gloves. The team usually finish by 10.00am and you’re welcome to join us then for a celebratory muffin! It really is a fun way to start your weekend, by joining this sociable team and giving something back to your community.

If you ‘d like any further details please contact Sharon, our Parish Clerk or Graham from the Green Volunteers on grahampooley.gp@gmail.com.

August 31st, 2020|News, Volunteering|
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