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Four-step roadmap to ease lockdown has been announced

Yesterday the Prime Minister laid out his roadmap to remove the COVID lockdown restrictions. The key dates and changes that will happen can be found in detail on our local MP’s website: https://www.huwmerriman.org.uk/february-22nd-2021-roadmap-out-lockdown

Sussex Police Rural Crime Team

There is now a dedicated Rural Crime Team in Sussex, focusing on Agricultural, Wildlife, Environmental and Heritage crime. Police constables and PCSOs want to hear from you – if you have an issue you want to share with us, please contact: ruralcrime.team@sussex.pnn.police.uk PCSO Julie Pearce-Martin covers the Rother area: julie.pearcemartin@sussex.pnn.police.uk Remember if you require urgent assistance… Read more…

Dark Skies Festival 12-28 February

Our villages lie within a designated dark skies area as part of the High Weald AONB that has been identified as worthy of conservation by the International Dark Sky Association. This means we have one of the best views of the night sky in the South East! In 2016 the South Downs National Park became… Read more…

Plough Sunday Service

Ashburnham Church services are currently being held on Zoom, and we invite you to join our  Plough Sunday service on 7th February at 10.30am. Sadly we can’t offer lunch afterwards in the village hall as usual but we will be praying for the farming year ahead and our community.  Contact pccsecretary.stpetersashburnham@gmail.com for the link.

Parish Council sets budget for 2021/22

At its January meeting the parish council set the budget for the next financial year commencing 1st April 2021.  Click  here to go to the page.  The precept (the amount that is collected as part of Council Tax) remains the same at £12,607 meaning that a Band D council tax payer will pay £5.54 per… Read more…

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