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2nd July 2015
New web site address for the Village Hall and link to has been added to the Village Web Site ‘Our Community’ directory entry
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2nd July 2015

The agenda for the Parish Council meeting on 7th July 2015 have been added to the agenda and minutes section of the website.
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30th. June 2015
New pages added to the Parish Council section of the web site.  Including  map of landholdings and financial details plus, other financial details. 
Click here to go to Landholdings page. 
Click here to go to Financial details page.  

26th June 2015 
The draft minutes from the extraordinary Parish Council meeting on 23rd June 2015 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the PC section of the website. 
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4th June 2015 
The draft minutes from the Parish Council meeting on 2nd June 2015 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the PC section of the website. 
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26th May 2015  
The draft minutes from the Parish Council annual meeting on 19th May 2015 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the PC section of the website   
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23rd April 2015 
The draft minutes from the Parish Council meeting on 21st April 2015 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the PC section of the website   
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23rd April 2015   
The draft minutes from the Parish Assembly on 21st April 2015 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the PC section of the website.   
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11th April 2015   
The draft minutes from the Parish Council meeting on 7th April 2015 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the PC section of the website.   
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Hadlow Down Girl Guide Troupe.   c. 1915?

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Published: 02/07/2015

The Village Hall - 'Flicks in the Sticks!'

Directed by John Madden - Written by Ol Parker
Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Dev Patel, Bill Nighy and Richard Gere
 Sequel to the hugely popular ‘Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ – if you liked the first you’ll enjoy the second! Sonny Kapoor, the hotel’s youthful and enterprising proprietor, has big plans but they are being complicated by his impending nuptials. A talented and stellar cast makes for a fun evening.
Saturday, 18th July - 7.15pm for 7.30pm
Refreshments available throughout – ice cream at the interval!
Bring your own bottle of wine
£5 per ticket
Book ahead or come on the door
Contact Janet 01825 830478 or Rachel 01825 830494


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Published: 01/07/2015

Stonehurst Lane will be shut for 3 days from Tuesday 14th July between 7am and 5pm due to ESCC undertaking patch repairs on the corner by Saxon Ghyll.  If the weather is bad the work may be delayed.

Parish Council Clerk

  

Published: 30/06/2015
As a large number of villagers shop in Uckfield and will therefore be affected by changes to the High Street I have attached the following link: http://ow.ly/OZySf  This will take you to the East Sussex County Council webpage giving details on how you can have your say.  Closing date for comments is 10th July 2015.   

Published: 11/06/2015

Received today from Richard Lloyd, Executive Director of Which?

People suffering from slow broadband will now be able to leave their provider without penalty.
This morning, Which? hosted an event with the new Chief Executive of Ofcom, Sharon White. She announced a revised Broadband Speeds Code of Practice that has several measures we've been campaigning for.These include -
Giving customers more accurate written information about the speeds they will receive.Making it easier to exit contracts if you get slow speeds.

We know unreliable broadband speeds drive consumers crazy. That's why 71,000 people have signed our petition for faster broadband and they will welcome these first steps to help.
People deserve to get the broadband speed they pay for. We'll keep the pressure on, but I wanted to let you know about today's good news.

  

Published: 08/06/2015
Action Fraud has seen an increase in the number of small to medium sized businesses being contacted by fake bailiffs requesting payments for a phantom debt. The scam involves the business being cold called from someone purporting they are bailiffs working on behalf of a court, attempting to recover funds for a non-existent debt. The caller will then request payment by means of bank transfer and if this is refused, will threaten to visit the premises to recover the debt that is owed.A range of different businesses are being targeted; including Nurseries, Manufacturers, Hotels and Taxi Services. 
 
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Published: 08/06/2015

A half barrel, containing plants, was stolen from the front garden of a house in Main Road, Hadlow Down overnight between Friday 29 and Saturday 30 May.  
Please ring the police on 101 if you have any information that may help catch the culprits.  Quote Ref. No. 032
To download or read the latest Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter click here.

  

Published: 04/06/2015

A display of the revised Uckfield High Street plans will be available to view at Uckfield Civic Centre on 26th June 2pm-8pm & 27th June 10am-4pm.  Members of the project board will also be available to answer questions.

Hadlow Down Parish Council Clerk

  

Published: 28/05/2015

This is a message sent via The Neighbourhood & Home Watch Network (England & Wales). This information has been sent on behalf of Neighbourhood and Home Watch Network

Do you feel the police are visible enough?
What are your views on police response in your area?
Is crime under-reported?
How does crime and the fear of crime impact your community?
Are you concerned about threats to wildlife?
Help the National Rural Crime Network protect rural areas - give them your views on policing and crime. Act now to make your voice heard!

Click here to complete the survey.

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Published: 27/05/2015
Good News! The Hadlow Down Do IT Club will resume on Friday 5th. June.
 The IT Club is open to all adults from 16 to 99 years of age every Friday during school term times from 2.30 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.  The club offers tuition of computer use and applications for complete beginners and for those who wish to familiarise themselves with the Internet and emails as well asWindows applications such as Publisher, PowerPoint, Excel, Access etc. as well as word processing and typing skills and picture management.  All conducted in a social and fun atmosphere.  All adults are welcome.  
The Club is run on a ‘Drop-In’ basis.  Just turn up on any Friday in school term times. There is NO charge for villagers for the tuition – there is just a £2.50 donation to school funds to cover consumables and the tea/coffee and biscuits!


* Those over 99 years of age will still be welcome if accompanied by their parents:-)
  

Published: 27/05/2015

As in previous years ESCC are producing a booklet giving details of the various Activities and Events that are taking place during September and October 2015 (to include Older Peoples’ Day on the 1st October 2015).  This year’s theme is ‘Full Life’.
The deadline for inclusion in the booklet is the middle of June 2015 and the organisers are really keen to include activities taking place in the more rural areas.
If your group / club / organisation would like to hold an event / activity, that would be open to new members or people that haven’t taken part so far, this is an opportunity for you to do so.
Entry into the booklet is free of charge.
If you would like to advertise an event / activity please let us know at webadmin@hadlowdown.com as soon as possible so we can then arrange for you to receive a template to complete.

By clicking on this line you can also download an updated Funding Bulletin which you may find of assistance if you are looking for funding.

  

Published: 27/05/2015
Citizens Advice has estimated that £394million is spent annually on doctors consulting on non-medical matters in England.Please click on the following link or paste it into your browser to read or download the Citizen's Advice Press Release

https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/about-us/how-citizens-advice-works/media/press-releases/almost-400million-a-year-spent-on-gps-doing-non-health-work/
  

Published: 27/05/2015

Please click on the following link or paste it into your browser to read or download the Citizen's Advice Press Release regarding money worries and future finance

https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/about-us/how-citizens-advice-works/media/press-releases/people-still-facing-daily-money-worries-and-concerns-about-future-finances/
  

Published: 27/05/2015
Please click on the following link or copy and paste it into your browser to receive the latest Citizens Advice newsletter regarding E-on and pre-paid meter problems.
http://us9.campaign-archive1.com/?u=f2e5709e33ab37630d8a8d4be&id=a7d506f860&e=d7f100e77f
  

Published: 19/05/2015

Embedded image permalinkMan Jailed for Production of Cannabis Farm in Heathfield
19 May 2015
A man has been jailed for more than two years after around 2,000 plants were found in Heathfield in January this year.

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Published: 19/05/2015

Do you want to keep children safe and also help stop them becoming future causes of crime?
The growing popularity of Junior Neighbourhood Watch cannot be underestimated, as demand for this ground breaking volunteer-led project continues to grow in and around Sussex, with many other areas of the country expressing a keen interest to develop similar initiatives.

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Event StartTitle
07/07/2015 09:00 Hort. Soc. Coach Outing to Loseley Park
07/07/2015 09:45 Recurring Event: until 29/09/2015 (total 18 events) Pilates Classes - Village Hall
07/07/2015 19:00 Parish Council Finance Meeting
08/07/2015 10:30 Recurring Event: until 09/12/2015 (total 24 events) TN22 Plus Club
09/07/2015 10:00 Recurring Event: until 30/07/2015 (total 11 events) Tai Chi Classes
09/07/2015 18:30 Recurring Event: until 17/12/2015 (total 29 events) Dog Training Classes
10/07/2015 14:30 Recurring Event: until 31/07/2015 (total 9 events) Do IT HD Computer Club
11/07/2015 14:00 Cricket on Playing Field
14/07/2015 09:45 Recurring Event: until 29/09/2015 (total 18 events) Pilates Classes - Village Hall
15/07/2015 11:00 Recurring Event: until 02/12/2015 (total 24 events) TN22 Club
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Lost cat?
Blog on Blogs By stephen on May 19 2015
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Lack of blogs
Blog on Blogs By stephen on May 19 2015
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Why so shy!
Editors Notes By Eddie on Feb 20 2015
I'm becoming permanently bemused as to why our village clubs, groups, societies etc. are so reluctant to tell people about their activities, their plans for future events and details of invitations to join them !!
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The new 'OUR COMMUNITY' page.
Editors Notes By Eddie on Feb 18 2015
The New 'Our Community' page has proved to be a success! All known village groups, clubs, societies & other organisations, with one notable exception, have responded with the basic information and contact details required to create an entry and are now listed on one composite page.
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High Speed Broadband Celebratory Event?
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I'll save my excitement until it happens.
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RE: Village Fayre
The web site now has the contact details of Sarah & Lally, co cahairs of the Village Fayre Committee...
Eddie

RE: Theft
A neighbour saw a silver Vauxhall Corsa with two blokes in it leave my drive at 4:10pm. Again if any...
Matt

Theft
Hi On Saturday 14 February between 1:30 and 5:30pm I had a hydraulic breaker and gun stolen from th...
Matt

Village Fayre
Has anyone got contact details for whoever is organising the Village Fayre now?
Hadlow Down Admin

A Cohesive and Holistic Village News and Opinion Hub
' A cohesive and holistic Village News and Opinion Hub'   When I started administrating and ...
Eddie

Strokes
Probably a petition that no one could argue against signing? http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeact...
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