28/08/15 Pulborough Hub
The Hub takes place in Pulborough library every Monday from 10am to 12 noon. Come along and have a tea or coffee and chat.
Special Event on 7th September 2015
Come along to here PCSO Julie Green taking about Scams and how to deal with them. For further details, please see attached Poster
28/08/15 Compass Bus Timetable
Compass Travel have published a new timetable with effect from 1st September 2015. Copies are available in the Parish Office or via the website www.compass-travel.co.uk
There are currently vacancies at the Allotment Site off New Place Road. If you would like to find out more about taking up an allotment plot, please contact the Parish Office.
26/05/15 Parish Councillor Vacancy
Despite the co option of two members at the recent meeting, there continues to be one vacancy for a Parish Councillor. If you would like to be considered for co option please send a letter of introduction to the Parish Office. If you would like to find out more about what being a Parish Councillor involves, come along to any Parish Council meeting (see link on the left for meeting dates) or contact the Parish office for further information.
30/03/15 Pulborough Society
The Society was formed in 1973 as a local charity and is a non-political organisation whose aim is to encourage and establish public interest in the local area.
The Society is a statutory consultee on all planning issues in the village, and is a forum for local members who might wish to express their concerns regarding architectural design and planning.The Society acts as a co-ordinating body co-operating with the local authorities and statutory bodies, including volunteer organisations and any persons who have similar aims to the society.
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25/03/15 Compass Bus Timetable
Compass Travel have published a new timetable with effect from 30th March 2015. Copies are available in the Parish Office or via the website www.compass-travel.co.uk
10/03/15 Adopt a Street
Members of the Planning & Services Committee welcomed Karen Grisley, Horsham District Council's Adopt-a-Street Co-ordinator, to a recent meeting to hear about the Adopt-a-Street initiative which encourages residents to take extra care of their street or an area they particularly value by volunteering to pick up the litter left by others. The initiative has already recruited over 400 local volunteers in the last two months.
Commenting on the Adopt-a-Street scheme at it's recent launch event, Horsham District Coouncil Cabinet Member for the Environment Cllr Andrew Baldwin said: “As a council we spend in the region of £1 million a year picking up the litter dropped by members of the public. We know that as a district we are fortunate to have local communities who generally take pride in the appearance of their locality but for those who want to go the extra mile and take more care of a particular area, this scheme is ideal. It is commendable that we have recruited so many of the district’s residents who are willing to volunteer to litter pick on a regular basis, it sets a sound example to the community.”
To support volunteers, the council provides health and safety training, advice to co-ordinate volunteers and equipment in the form of litter pickers, plastic bags, protective gloves and branded hi-viz jackets.
If you would like to make a difference in your area or get a group of volunteers together, please email Horsham District Council at firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively, call the Adopt-a-Street Co-ordinator Karen Grisley for a chat about how you would like to help on 01403 739387 or 07989 442 376.
28/01/15 Launch of Facebook page
Pulborough Parish Council now has a Facebook page to keep you informed of what is going on at the Parish Council. Please use the link on the home page and "like" our page.