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27th January 2016
The agenda for the Parish Council meeting on the 2nd February 2016 can be viewed on the agenda and minutes part of the Parish Council section of the website.
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26th January 2016
The minutes from the meeting of representatives of the Parish Council and the Playing Field Committee on 20th January can be viewed on the Parish Council section of the website.
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15th January 2016
The draft minutes from the Parish Council meeting on 12th January 2016  have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the Parish Council section of the website.
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3rd. January 2016
2016 pr0gramme of lectures added to the Sussex Egyptology Society page.
All Hadlow Downers with an interest in Egyptology are welcome to attend.
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2nd. January 2016 
A plea for help has been added to the forum's 'Website' topic. 
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2nd January 2016 
Parish Council Expenditure Details for year 2015/16 have been updated
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18th December 2015
The draft minutes from the Parish Council meeting on 15th December 2015  have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the Parish Council section of the website.
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9th December 2015

The agenda for the Parish Council meeting on 15th December 2015 has been added to the agenda and minutes part of the Parish Council section of the website. 
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9th December 2015
The draft minutes from the Parish Council meeting on 1st December 2015  have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the Parish Council section of the website. 
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Published: 28/01/2016

A notice was posted on the Latest News panel of the web site and circularised as a Neighbourhood Watch alert yesterday regarding a burglary at the New Inn.  It has since come to our attention that the New Inn referred to was not Hadlow Down's hostelry but the New Inn in Bexhill.  The information was taken from a circularised email and Facebook posting by a regular customer of the New Inn Hadlow Down who also lives near and frequents the New Inn, Bexhill.
For normal information & news webadmin would normally make more checks on the accuracy of stories but with criminal activity sometimes time is of the essence in raising alerts etc.  We apologiose for any inconvenience the notice may have caused


Published: 27/01/2016

To comment on the ESCC library opening hours consultation please visit www.eastsussex.gov.uk/haveyoursay the consultation is open until 3rd April 2016

Parish Council Clerk


Published: 23/01/2016
Suspicious vehicle seen in Mayfield
Police received a report about a suspicious vehicle that was seen in The Avenue, Mayfield at around 8.15am on Tuesday 19 January.The car is described as a scruffy looking pale blue Ford hatchback. The two men that were in the vehicle asked a person for the postcode of the area. They are described as both being in their early twenties. The driver is described as having thin black hair and wearing a blue scarf and dark coloured anorak. The car drove off in the direction of the High Street and then looped East-bound to travel down the High Street.Anyone with information is asked to email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101, quoting serial 0596 of 19/01. Alternatively, please contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Published: 23/01/2016

A mean theft that took place on Wednesday outside the Village Hall.  The "TN22 PLUS Club” had a juggler visititing to entertain and at the end of the session he was loading his van which was parked right adjacent to the side fire exit doors. He was in and out several times to load up. He also had his van passenger door open. His wallet was stolen from the passenger open glove compartment. Very sadly for him it had a significant amount of cash in there (£300). He thinks a car sped past about that time, coming from the direction of the Walkers/Mines houses. Another volunteer saw someone walk past at that time too. The incident has been reported to the police by Jimmy ( the juggler) but it was a real wake up call as to the vulnerability of even a sleepy dead end lane like Hall/Hut Lane.  Anyone who has any information that may help or saw anything suspicious should ring the police on 101.  It may also be helpful to contact Wendy Coleman on  07961 450357 or Janet Tourell  on 01825 830478 who can contact the victim who will have a Police Incident Number.


Published: 21/01/2016

Following the installation by the Parish Council of the defibrillator on the outside wall of the Village Hall, the Parish Council have organised a 2 hour interactive training session on Wednesday 24th February at 4pm at the Village Hall.  This training is being run by Crowborough Community First Responders and there is no fee for the training.  There are 15 spaces available which have to be booked in advance and are on a first come basis.  If you would to attend the training please contact the Clerk of the Parish Council on tel. 01435 860959 or email clerk@hadlowdown.com.


Published: 19/01/2016

We have 2 new PCSOs covering Hadlow Down their contact details are:
PCSO Hannah Parks : mobile 07912 896128:hannah.parks@sussex.pnn.police.uk
PCSO Nikki Johnson : mobile 07912 893181 :nicola.johnson@sussex.pnn.police.uk
Although there are 2 of them they are covering a larger area than PCSO Davies used to cover.
Parish Council Clerk


Published: 18/01/2016

The village has an incredibly talented floral artist in Rachel Boswell.  Although we knew of her wonderful graphic images she is now producing incredible works of art in floristry.

Rachel has recently set up her own business trading as 'Alchemy Floral' and is available for all commissions.
She can be contacted on 01825 830219 at alchemy.floral@gmail.com or www.alchemyfloral.com


Published: 18/01/2016

You probably know that Cuffs filmed in East Sussex. Did you know that feature films, Free Fire & The Monuments Men filmed in Rye? Or that Mapp & Lucia & Hetty Feather filmed in East Sussex? 
Television and film productions are constantly looking for new and interesting properties/land to use as film locations - and they'll pay to use yours!  Find out how you can get involved. Creative England invite you to Folkington Manor, East Sussex BN26 5SD on 28th January 2016 to find out how to earn money by putting your property forward as a film location. 

Published: 18/01/2016
The Railway Man 

A former British Army officer, who was tormented as a prisoner of war at a Japanese labor camp during World War II, discovers that the man responsible for much of his treatment is still alive and sets out to confront him.
Starring Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman & Stellan Skarsgard.  Directed by Jonathon Teplitzky

Saturday 13th. February 7.15 for 7.30 pm
£5 per ticket
Tea-Coffee-Popcorn-Crisps-Peanuts-Cookies all available & Ice Cream in the interval!

Published: 18/01/2016

The Annual Hadlow Down Spring Market will take place in the Village Hall on
Saturday 19th. March
10.30 am to 1.00 pm
Produce available:- 
Home Baked Cakes, Meat, Wooden Crafts, Preserves, Handmade Cards, Handicrafts, Plants etc.
Refreshments will be served all morning.
(There are a few stall spaces still available but these are expected to be taken up very quickl;y.  Please 'phone Janet on 01825 830478 ASAP if interested.)
Click here to see or download a full size copy of the flyer.


Published: 18/01/2016

The programme for the Village Hall film nights for the first six months of 2016 has been published and is as follows:

February 13th The Railway Man
March 19th       Pride
April 16th         The Book Thief
May 14th The Suffragettes
June 18th Spectre (James Bond)

All programmes start at 7.15 for &.30.  Refreshments and snacks are available.  If you wish to bring your own bottle of plonk glasses are available.<   

Published: 18/01/2016
The date for the Combined AGMs this year is 19th February at 7.30 – the combined committees being the Playing Field, the Fayre, the Village Hall and the Community Centre Committee.
To be held in the Village Hall.  These are not closed AGMs the public are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Published: 15/01/2016

The Hadlow Down Horticultural Society have published their programme & details  of events for 2016
To read or download click here or hover over item on the Village Calendar


Published: 15/01/2016

Have you had a Pressure Washer stolen recently?  The recovery of this item is just one of the notices in the latest Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin from Sussex Police.  Plus all recently reported crimes including drnk/driving offences and their outcomes.
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Published: 02/01/2016

Tai Chi classes will resume in the Village Hall on Monday the 18th. January at 11.30 am.
Classes last one hour and suitable for all ages (adult). Support from Engage South East means that the cost is very modest at £3. 
Lisa writes:-

It is never too early or too late to become your healthiest you. These exercises are simple, gentle, and progressive. 
Although no-one escapes the changes that come with age, we can all take steps to make sure we stay strong, supple, healthy, mentally alert, and independent. 
I would like to invite you to 'Village Tai Chi' to share with like-minded people in this centuries-old mind and body practice. 
Learn how soft movements combined with mental focus, relaxation, and breathing gives more integrated control over our body and mind. 
This is a beginners class so do drop in.  Or for more information see www.villagetaichi.co.uk or 'phone Lisa Sang on 07454 330138.

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