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19th January 2015

The draft minutes of the PC meeting on 13th January 2015 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the PC section of the website.
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13th. January 2015
The Parish Council Archive page has been updated and re-designed.
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9th. January 2015
All current Village Clubs, Societies, Groups, Organisations and Institutions now listed in the  Community Directory..
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18th December 2014
The draft minutes from the Parish Council extraordinary meeting on 15th December 2014 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the PC section of the website.
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7th. December 2014 
The Hadlow Down Horticultural Society has published its events Calendar for 2015 and it can be seen in the 'Latest News panel opposite

6th. December 2014
The draft minutes from the Parish Council meeting on 2nd December 2014 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the PC section of the website.
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25th. November 2014 The draft minutes for the Parish Council meeting on 21st November 2014 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the PC section of the website.
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Published: 22/01/2015

Hadlow Down Online has just received the following bulletin from the National Fraud Administrator.  The web site will, in future be passing on all alerts etc. from Action Fraud via the bulk email system currently used for other NHW alerts as well as posting them on the Latest News panel of the site's Home Page:

We are the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and financially motivated cyber crime and are run by the City of London Police, working alongside the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau. Our specialist team uses information from all of the fraud and cyber crime cases reported to us to create alerts about new types of crime or those which are increasing in severity.


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Published: 20/01/2015

The Variety Club have a twitter account which can be used to update members on information about events and general gossip.  If you would like to follow the Variety Clubl on twitter they appear under @hadlowdownvarietyclub

  

Published: 20/01/2015

To read or download the first Wealden District Commanders Message of 2015 click on the following link:
https://sussexpolice.htkhorizon.com/horizon-web/repository/home/10496/Ch+Insp+Message+Jan+2015.pdf?k=vv5wcGopGyiHH

  

Published: 16/01/2015

Published: 12/01/2015
We will be holding another event about our planning application next Wednesday 14th January at 8pm in the Wilderness Cafe. We will give a short presentation and then there will be a chance for questions and suggestions. We held a similar meeting on November 24th, but many people could not make the time so we are running another session to give people the chance to hear our plans and respond. If you are interested but cannot make that date, please do have a look at the drawings which are up in the cafe (open Fridays to Sundays during January and then back to Wednesdays to Sundays from February onwards) and feel free to contact us by e-mail emilyanddan@wildernesswood.org or by telephone 01825 830509. Other dates for your diary: Stewardship Saturdays on this Saturday 10th January, February 7th and March 7th. Meet at the cafe at 10am. All ages welcome. We work on stewarding and improving the woodland and its buildings and have lunch together. Sunday March 15th, we will host a short chamber music concert in the house at Wilderness Wood. Come for tea in the cafe at 4pm and then music in the house from 5pm-6pm May 3rd - we are going to invite you to a party to celebrate our first year in the wilderness and the bluebells. More details to follow. Help needed: We are looking for some fresh ideas for Easter activities in the wood. The Easter Bunny hunt has been very popular for years, but it would be great to have a new take on it. Would anyone in the village like to take the lead on this?

  

Published: 09/01/2015

Enjoy an evening of Jazz with Tina May & Mike Hatchard at the Hailsham Pavilion on 5th. February and help a worthwhile charity at the same time.

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Published: 06/01/2015

Do IT HD  free adult computer learning sessions resume on Friday 9th. January after the Christmas break.    The club is open to all residents every Friday in school term times from 2.30 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. at St. Mark’s School IT Suite in School Lane.
The club offers diverse IT help for adults, from basic computing skills that can get you surfing the internet and sending emails right away, to more advanced use of Microsoft and other applications such as  Publisher for producing leaflets, flyers, booklets, invitations, etc.  Excel for spreadsheets simple bookkeeping etc.   Access for creating and using databases.  Powerpoint for creating visual displays etc.  All conducted in a social and fun atmosphere.  We can also help with writing CV's and job application letters.  You will be helped by a qualified Adult Eduction tutor.
All adults are welcome.  Phone 01825 830661 for more details.
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 – we just ask for a small donation to school funds to cover consumables and the tea/coffee and biscuits included in the session!

  

Published: 05/01/2015

Nearly everyone has some old foreign coins or banknotes resting in odd drawers and boxes that they're never going to use, or couldn't if they wanted to as they're obsolete!
Why not put them to good use and donate them to St. Mark's School fundraising.  Just put them in a bag or envelope and deliver to Reception at the school.


  

Published: 04/01/2015

Of interest to those who will be visiting Follers Manor Garden with the Horticultural Society in June will be the news that the garden will be featured on Alan Titchmarsh's new TV show 'Britain's Best Back Gardens' on the 6th. January at 8 p.m.on ITV.  And there is also a small piece and a picture of Alan in the garden on page 113 in the January addition of Gardeners World


  

Published: 04/01/2015

It is with sadness we report the death on January 1st. of Dr. Rob Harrison who ran the Buxted Surgery practise at  'Cortina' for more than 30 years prior to it moving to April Cottage.  We're sure many village residents who were here in the '80's and before will have fond memories of him.

  

Published: 01/01/2015
  

Published: 17/12/2014

Please respond to ESCC's Countryside Access Survey if you want your opinion regarding ESCC's rights of way and countryside sites taken into account.  The survey can be accessed through the following link: http://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/leisureandtourism/countryside/futurecountrysideaccess.htm

Parish Council Clerk

  

Published: 17/12/2014

Reg Hunt, a great Hadlow Down character, who many will know from his association with the Tinkers Park Steam Rallies and the Variety Club, passed away on December the 3rd. at Haywards Heath hospital after a long illness.





  

Published: 16/12/2014

The Parish Council have just set up a twitter account and will be able to use this to update residents on information as the Clerk receives it, such as road closures etc.  If you would like to follow the Parish Council on twitter they appear under @hadlowdownpc

Parish Council Clerk

  

Published: 08/12/2014

The Horticultural Society have issued their provisional programme for 2015 kicking off with coffee and the  the AGM on Tuesday 13th.  January.  The committee welcomes all current and new members to this event.

The rest of the dates avialable at this time are as follows:_
Tuesday 13th January  AGM 10 am for 10.30.
Wednesday 18th March –Spring Supper.  Speaker Tom Hart Dyke
Saturday 9th May – Plant Sale 10 am – mid-day
Wednesday 24th June – Car outing to Follets Manor.
Tuesday 7th July – Coach Outing to Loseley Park Gardens. £25.00
Saturday 1st August -  Annual Flower Show, Village Hall
There is another outing in May either 16th or 17th – awaiting confirmation.
Also the Autumn Supper we are awaiting confirmation of date either 7th or 21st October.

  

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28/01/2015 11:00 Recurring Event: until 02/12/2015 (total 24 events) TN22 Club
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High Speed Broadband Celebratory Event?
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