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Aldingbourne News and Events

  1. Road Closures

    18 December 2014

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    Advanced warning of road closure Norton Lane 14th January 2015.

     

  2. Christmas Refuse and Recycling

    10 December 2014

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    Check when your rubbish and recycling will be collected over the festive period.

  3. Do you know your neighbours?

    04 December 2014

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    Friends of the Elderly calls on the people of Sussex to get to know their older neighbours.

  4. Could you make Christmas brighter for a child in hospital?

    04 December 2014

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    The Arun Business Partnership is working with Love Your Hospital and are hoping you will help local children by donating Christmas presents for the children's ward.

  5. Have your say on the Neighbourhood Plan

    28 November 2014

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    The Aldingbourne Neighbourhood Development Plan Steering Group has taken the feedback from surveys and open events and produced the first draft of the Plan. Tell us what you think. 

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Riperian Ownership

Video explaining Riperian Rights by Gloucestershire CC

Flood Warnings

Planning Applications in the last 7 days

 

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Next Meeting of Aldingbourne Parish Council

The next Full Council meeting will take place on 6th January 2015 at 7.45pm


All are welcome at the Community Sports Centre

Contact Aldingbourne Parish Council

Clerk to the Council: Mrs Rachel Cornell
Email: aldingbournepc@gmail.com 

Phone: 07837 554773

Sussex by the Sea

 Aldingbourne tourism information