Ardingly Parish Council are pleased to confirm that the Ardingly Neighbourhood Plan will move forward to Referendum in March. The Referendum will be held on Thursday, 5th March 2015 and further details will be available soon.
Ardingly Cinema will be showing ‘What We Did On Our Holiday’ (12A), a comedy drama staring Billy Connelly, Rosamund Pike and David Tennant on Thursday, 29th January 2015, with doors opening at 7.00 pm. Tea, coffee, ice cream, wine and snacks will be available before the show and at the interval. Doors open at 7 pm and the film commences at 7.30 pm. Tickets are available from Fellows Bakery, The Post Office and the Gallery Café.
The next meeting will be on 10th February, in Hapsted Hall at 7.45pm. Mr Ian Everest will present “From Sussex Ox to Fordson Major”. Admission: Members £1, Non-members £2. All are welcome.
Mid Sussex District Council is keen to help get 2015 off to a green start and has set up a number of local collection points for you to recycle your Christmas tree. One of those locations is Ardingly Recreation Ground off the High Street. This facility will be available from Friday, 2nd January to Friday, 16th January 2015.
Residents with a green garden waste collection bin can put their tree directly into it, as long as the lid can still close firmly. Alternatively, people can take their real tree along to one of the Household Waste Recycling Sites at Fairbridge Way in Burgess Hill or Imberhorne Lane in East Grinstead.
Ardingly Parish Council can advise that on the 3rd November 2014, Mid Sussex District Council received the Independent Examiner’s report on the Ardingly Neighbourhood Plan. The report concludes that with a few minor modifications, the Plan should proceed to referendum. The full Examiner’s report is available to view below:
Ardingly NP Examiner’s Report
The Parish Council are delighted to confirm that Ardingly College have agreed to lease us an area of land for the provision of allotments which is very exciting news for the village. The land is located on the southern corner of the lane that leads to the reservoir. We are in the early stages of this project, however if you are interested in an allotment plot please register your interest to us as soon as possible. Please phone 01444 226209 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Calling everyone who uses our local footpaths …………………….
as you walk our local footpath network the Parish Council would appreciate if you can report any issues you might see, such as signage, overgrown paths or broken stiles, etc. Please report these issues to the Parish Clerk on 01444 226209 or email@example.com stating the footpath, location and issue. These details will then be passed to WSCC foothpath rangers who will arrange the appropriate maintenance to be carried out.
Please help keep our footpaths in a state of repair that we can all enjoy them ! Thank you.
We are pleased to advise that Metrobus have informed us that as from the 30th August 2014 the following additional services will be available on route 82.
A new earlier journey through Ardingly at 0734 to Haywards Heath providing a good connection to the 0751 Gatwick Express train to London Victoria as well as the 0755 fast train to London. In the evening, there will be new journeys back to Ardingly, which leave the Princess Royal Hospital at 1813 and 1912, running via South Road and Perrymount Road for the station where they connect with good trains from London. The new timetable can be found at www.metrobus.co.uk/download/24597.3/route-82-timetable-300814/
Please see the attached decision notices for Butchers Field and Standgrove planning appeals. APPEAL DECISION – Butchers Field 22.5.14 APPEAL DECISION – Standgrove 22.5.14