Woolbeding Re-imagined

The National Trust are running a drop-in session at the SDNP Memorial Hall in Midhurst on 20th March to enable people to find out about the Woolbeding Reimagined project and talk to the project team.

The event is open to everyone so please feel free to go along to find out more about what’s happening in your local area.

Woolbeding Re-imagined2024-03-14T19:04:08+00:00

Mass bulb planting

The Midhurst Green Volunteers have co-ordinated a project to buy and plant over 4000 bulbs in and around Easebourne and Midhurst in the next few weeks – which come spring will brighten up our verges, banks and numerous areas around our communities.

But to do this we need your help!

The planting sessions are on the 7th October and then again on the 14th October. There will be 2 teams, covering Easebourne and Midhurst on both of those dates.

Please check your diaries and come along for an hour if you can. The team will be meeting at 8am on both dates, at the corner of Hollist Lane and Canada Grove.. and at St Annes Hill.

Mass bulb planting2023-09-30T15:33:16+01:00

Friends of Easebourne Parish (FrEP) are now on social media!

The amazing FrEP team of volunteers are now on Instagram and Facebook! Search Friends of Easebourne Parish and follow them to see what they’ve been up to, out and about in the village tidying up, cutting back hedges, trimming verges, looking after our planters, picking litter.. the list goes on!

If you’d like to get involved in volunteering to help keep your community clean and tidy this year, please get in touch with frepsec@btinternet.com to register your interest or send them a message on their new social media pages!

Friends of Easebourne Parish (FrEP) are now on social media!2023-01-25T13:46:25+00:00

Thank You Friends of Easebourne Parish

Friends of Easebourne Parish have been very busy planting 11 Jubilee trees in Carbon Corner in Eastbourne Park. The trees form part of the community orchard and include varieties of apples, a quince, two pears and a cherry.

Thank you Sara Davies, Phil Stringer, Frank Davies, Ian Milne (who took the picture!) and Jon Clarke.

The group will shortly be planting daffodils and crocus in the Park all ready for Spring 2023.

Thank You Friends of Easebourne Parish2023-01-25T13:50:00+00:00

Midhurst Vision – last chance to comment

We understand from the Midhurst Vision Team that the feedback so far has been very positive but the more people who complete the very short survey the better – it is literally only 3 questions. The number of respondents may influence if/how much funding is available to make some of these proposals a reality.

• Please fill in the survey yourself if you haven’t already – it only takes 5 minutes
• Please email your friends and colleagues who live/work in or Midhurst or Easebourne or just visit Midhurst to do it too
• If you use social media please like/share posts from @midhurstvision or post the direct link to the online survey https://hooli-ltd.surveysparrow.com/s/midhurst-vision-consultation-oct-2022/tt-7456ad5b67
• If your own organisation/company has a website or database please share this request or email it to your staff

Midhurst Vision – last chance to comment2023-01-25T13:50:35+00:00

Easebourne Park Trails and Dens Inspection

Easebourne Parish Council has invited Lawrence Trowbridge of Wildwood UK back to our award-winning Park to inspect the dens and trails he created five years ago to back up the clean bill of health given to Easebourne Park by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) annual inspection in the summer.

Easebourne Park Trails and Dens Inspection2023-01-25T13:52:28+00:00