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13th August 2015
The draft minutes from the PC meeting on 10th August 2015 have been added to the agenda and minutes section of the website.

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20th July 2015
The expenditure document for 2014-2015 in the Parish Council Financial Section has been updated.
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10th July 2015
The draft minutes for the PC meeting on 7th July have been added to the agenda and minutes section of the website.
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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.  
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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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Mr Henton the village butcher
(Date unknown - the van could be a clue?)

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Published: 01/09/2015

Thirty Years in Wilderness Wood is the story of Anne & Chris Yarrow's time in one of our village's greatest assets.  The launch will be in Wilderness Wood on Saturday 26th. September between 3 and 7 pm.  The book will be available to purchase and be personally signed.
Anne and Chris would be delighted if you could join them.  Speeches will be made at 5 pm followed by a complementary 'Woodland Punch' and then a pay bar.
So that they can have a rough idea of numbers, it would be very helpful if you could let them know if you can attend.  If you are unable to come, and would like a copy (which early responses indicate is an enjoyable read!) write with a cheque payable to C & A Yarrow, or transfer by BACS to acc no 00039976, sort code 30-95-01, with your name as a reference, and email to yarrow@hmill.plus.com
 that you have done so.  The discounted price to friends is £15.00 in person from us, or £17.95 by post from us.

  

Published: 31/08/2015

FILM NIGHT at the VILLAGE HALLHadlow Down Village Hall in association with the ENGAGE charity

Saving Grace

Grace’s late husband has jumped out of a plane without a parachute leaving her with an estate in Cornwall and massive debts – desperate measures are required! 

Starring: Brenda Blethyn, Craig Ferguson - Directed by Nigel Cole Saturday, 
26th September - 7.15pm for 7.30pm Tea, coffee, crisps, popcorn, peanuts and cookies available throughout –  ice cream at the interval! Bring your own bottle of wine if you wish, we will provide the glasses! £5 per ticket Book ahead or come on the door
Contact Janet 01825 830478 or Rachel 01825 830494

  


Published: 26/08/2015
Hadlow Down Annual Christmas Market
Saturday 21st. November
10.30 am to 1.00 pm

Buy your Christmas presents in the happy and relaxed atmosphere of your Village Hall
Preserves, Crafts, Cakes, lots of Seasonable Goodieand Gifts will be available.
Tea,Coffee & Cakes wil be served throughout the morning.
  

Published: 26/08/2015

You are invited to a

COFFEE MORNING  IN THE VILLAGE HALL

Saturday, 5th September

10.00 until 12.30

Meet friends for coffee/tea and cakes and support your Village Hall

  

Published: 26/08/2015
The Playing Field drainage project starts! Contractors will be on site 21st Aug applying herbicide to the football pitch area. Machinery will be on site from the 27th August.
The football pitch area (the upper part of the field) will be fenced off and there will be no access through the gate from the houses further up School Lane. 
Affected residents have been advised but a mention on the Village web site would be useful.
The rest of the Playing Field including the Playground, cricket outfield and the car parking area will be open as usual. However, there will be contractors plant moving around so users please take care. Small children must be closely supervised!
The contractors (Bourne Amenities) are responsible for H & S on the site. The work is expected to take about 4 weeks.

John Thompson

  

Published: 26/08/2015
The Blackboys Preschool are holding a MacMillan Coffee Morning on Friday 25th September 2015, from 10.30 to 12 noon, at Blackboys Village Hall, Gun Road, Blackboys.
Everybody is welcome, we will be having coffee/tea and cakes and good company.

  

Published: 11/08/2015

ESCC Highways will be recycle resurfacing Brick Kiln Lane from the junction with Wheelers Lane and also Criers Lane to the A267 from 1st Sep for 14 days.  During this time the roads will be closed.  Work will be undertaken between 7am - 5pm.  If it rains the work may be delayed.

Hadlow Down Parish Council Clerk

  

Published: 10/08/2015

A set of keys has been found in Hut Lane/Standen Mews today (Monday 10th.). Ring 830086 for info.

  

Published: 06/08/2015

ESCC Highways will be undertaking recycle resurfacing in Dog Kennel Lane from the junction with Main Road to the junction with Criers Lane from 24th Aug for 16 days.  This will include some weekend working.  The road will be closed 24hrs a day and work will be between 7am - 5pm.  Access permits can be given to residents to gain access outside of working hours.  If it rains work may be delayed.

Hadlow Down Parish Council Clerk 

  

Published: 29/07/2015

Following the resignation of Cllr. Emsden we currently have a vacancy on the Parish Council and are looking to co-opt someone to join the team.  The Parish Council represents the village and acts on your behalf to improve life for villagers.  If you would be interested in being co-opted please contact the Clerk on hadlowdownpc@btconnect.com, tel. 01435 860959 or alternatively one of the Councillors by 1st September 2015, giving details of your reasons for wishing to be a Councillor, previous community/council work, any other skills you can bring to the Council, your interests and recent career history.  You are also welcome to attend our next meeting on Monday 10th August at 6:30pm at the Village Hall to see what happens at one of our meetings.

Parish Council Clerk

  

Published: 20/07/2015

ESCC have had further reports of more bogus contractors knocking on people’s doors, claiming they are working on behalf of East Sussex Highways or Kier (their contractor). Residents have reported that these contractors are offering to fix their driveway as they either have left over tarmac that needs using up or they are having issues with their machines and need to put the material somewhere. Unfortunately residents have been tricked into having tarmac laid on their drive and then have had demands and even threats made on them to pay out for the service. Needless to say that none of ESCC's contractors working for East Sussex Highways would ever approach people offering any service in this way and demand payment for it.

  

Published: 11/07/2015

Published: 11/07/2015

Did you know that there are over 20,000 dogs in the Wealden area? Just imagine if only a small percentage of those owners were keeping an eye open for people up to mischief as they walked their dog.
Click here for more information

  

Published: 11/07/2015
Wealden District Council to withdraw 7km Ashdown Forest protection zone following legal challenge

Read more: http://www.courier.co.uk/Wealden-District-Council-withdraw-7km-Ashdown/story-26871744-detail/story.html#ixzz3fbW7G6XI 

  

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.

  

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