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New primary school proposed for Angmering

The Arun-based Schoolsworks Academy Trust, which recently received permission to open a free school in Littlehampton, has organised an information event to enable parents and local people to find out more about its plans to open a new primary school in Angmering. Schoolsworks is a growing multi academy trust, with ambitious and sustainable plans to work with others to add to and improve the quality of school provision in West Sussex.

Schoolsworks propose to establish this free school in the Bramley Green area of Angmering in 2019, in recognition of the housing development has taken place in the locality over recent years and the current developments east of Roundstone Lane.  Although there is currently capacity to expand existing schools, and indeed some expansion projects are under-way or under consideration, the trend is for a shortfall of places to be felt by 2019.  The Trust plans to work closely with nearby schools to create a one-form entry school that will grow to two forms of entry as the need arises.

The information event will conducted by the Schoolsworks team will be on hand to answer questions at Rustington Primary School in North Lane, Rustington on Tuesday 27 September between 3pm and 4pm.  If you are unable to make it, you can complete a Consultation Form on Schoolworks website at http://www.schoolsworks.org/about-us/new-schools/


Read more at: http://www.littlehamptongazette.co.uk/news/education/trust-asks-for-opinions-about-proposed-new-school-1-7590117 

22 September 2016

 


Co-op looks for charity partner

The Southern Co-operative’s food store in Angmering is looking for a charity partner based in the area to fundraise for throughout 2016/17.

As part of The Southern Co-operative’s newLove Your Neighbourhood’ community scheme, the convenience store is encouraging charities, community groups and good causes to apply before 10th October to become their official fundraising partner.

Jessica Hughes, Community Investment Manager for The Southern Co-operative said: “The Southern Co-operative is run by local people, for local people, and after consulting with over 4,000 members and colleagues about our community engagement, we have developed our new localised ‘Love Your Neighbourhood’ community scheme. Love Your Neighbourhood focuses our community activity on benefiting the communities we serve at a much more local level and gives all stores, funeral homes and other areas of our business the opportunity to choose their own fundraising partner.”

Love Your Neighbourhood will address four key themes, promoting: ‘Greener Neighbourhoods’, ‘More Inclusive Neighbourhoods’, ‘Safer Neighbourhoods’ and ‘Healthier Neighbourhoods’. Charities applying for a fundraising partnership need to demonstrate how they support one of these categories.

Once a local cause has been chosen through a colleague vote, The Southern Co-operative's Food store colleagues, customers and members across Sussex will begin fundraising for the charity. Previously, colleagues have engaged in a variety of different sponsored activities for charity including sky dives, abseils, runs, weight loss challenges and much more!

As part of the Love Your Neighbourhood programme, all of The Southern Co-operative Food stores and Funeralcare homes across the south are currently on the hunt for a local fundraising partner.

To apply, please pop into Angmering’s Southern Co-operative food store to collect an application form or visit http://www.thesouthernco-operative.co.uk/makingadifference/local-partnerships/ and fill in the downloadable form which will need to be returned to your local store. Alternatively, you can e-mail: community@southerncoops.co.uk for further assistance. The deadline for applications is 10thOctober 2016.

15 September 2016

Pub sign stolen

The pub sign outside The Spotted Cow at the east end of the High Street has been stolen leaving only its metal frame. Landlord Michael Collis discovered the theft on the evening of 6 September when he went to lock up for the night. The sign has been outside the pub for 20 years.

Anyone who may have witnessed the theft or has any information, should contact Sussex police on 101 quoting 182 of 08/09.

14 September 2016

Nursery Open Day

Now that the older children are back at school, Angmering Day Nursery is offering another Open Day to fill their final places. Angmering Day Nursery are located at Millhouse Croft in Station Road and the Open Day will be on Saturday 24th September (10am-2pm). Go along to see what they are all about and to find out what's in store for the children at the Nursery!

Places are currently available for children aged between 2 & 5 and some Government-funded free sessions are available. Home cooked nutritious meals are prepared in-house. The nursery has now been running for 10 years and constantly receives excellent Ofsted reports.

For further information, visit the nursery's website at www.angmeringdaynursery.org or phone 01903-779324.

13 September 2016

Angmering Weather Pages

Due to building work with continual power interuptions, we regret that our weather pages and weather camera will not be opperational again until the end of October.

11 September 2016

Snippets from the Draft Minutes of Angmering Parish Council's Community, Leisure, Environment, and Wellbeing Committee Meeting on 31 August 2016

Mayflower Park Lighting
This was complicated and should be looked at when considering the strategy development of Mayflower Park.

Picnic Tables in Mayflower Park & Vandalism
Although this item was on the agenda to consider the effect of the vandalism on the picnic tables, the Clerk explained that, since the agenda had been sent out, one of the skatebowl lighting columns had been pushed over by vandals. This had highlighted the increase in vandal damage now being experienced in a number of places. An incident had occurred a week earlier at which one of the groundstaff had been present when damage had been caused at the Palmer Road pavilion. All of the incidents have been reported to the police, crime numbers have been obtained and the insurance company notified.

Play Area Refurbishment
Councillor Hamilton-Street outlined the need to have a Play Strategy, to assess what was in the parish already and what was needed to provide the right equipment for the right children in the all parts of the village. The Clerk made the suggestion, which was AGREED by the committee, that the replacement of the nets and a repair to the bridge on the senior play unit on Russett Play Area should be done, along with the suggestion from Councillor Thompson that the swing unit on Braeburn Play Area should be replaced. The Clerk would request the finance from the Parish Council at its next meeting to fund these changes.

Health Service Provision
The Clerk informed the committee that a meeting was being set up with the Angmering Practice surgery to discuss the access to Section 106 money, as an attempt to ensure this was used for the original purpose, in Angmering.

The full minutes of this meeting can be read here

5 September 2016

Imagineering Club for youngsters

After a second successful year Angmering Community Centre plan to continue with its Imagineering Club from 22 September 2016. Practical engineering tasks are provided to capture the imagination of young people.

Projects will include:

Magnetic Compass

Letter Balance

Glider

Soldering

The projects best suit youngsters aged around 10 to 12 years. The Club will meet between 4.30 and 5.30 p.m. on Thursdays. There is a maximum group size ofs twelve – so book your place now to avoid disappointment.

The cost will be about £4.00 a week (to be confirmed when we have the price of the kits - and they keep the models they make).

If you and your youngsters find this interesting please contact the Office at Angmering Community Centre on 01903 773982  or office@angmeringcommunitycentre.org.uk to register your interest and reserve a place. (See more on the Imagineering web site at www.imagineering.org.uk )

5 September 2016     

Community Film Show

The next film to be shown at Angmering Community Centre is "GOLDEN YEARS" [2016] at 7.45pm on Saturday 10 September - doors open at 7.30pm.

Starring Alun Armstrong, Phil Davis, Simon Callow, Una Stubbs, Sue Johnston and Virginia McKenna. Fate, the pensions crisis and a steadfast refusal to accept the injustice of old age have contrived to force law abiding, retired couple, Arthur and Martha Goode into a life of crime. Refusing to take the loss of their pensions lying down and to fade away into their declining years, our characters decide to fight back. They decide to take back what was theirs in the first place. They decide to start robbing banks. poster

Tickets priced at £5 are available in advance from the Community Centre Office, Woodies News, Angmering Framing & Stitches, or at the door (availability).

4 September 2016

Angmering In Bloom Annual Awards

The Angmering In Bloom Association's Garden Competition Awards for 2016 took place on the morning of Wednesday 17 August at Angmering Village Hall. The event began with Chairman Julia Phelon welcoming the invited guests with a presentation detailing the activities Angmering in Bloom have been involved in this year. At the break the AIB team served coffee and tea along with some delicious cakes, provided by Tea in the Square.

After enjoying the refreshments the Garden Competition and Children's Art Competition Awards were announced. The prize vouchers were again generously provided by Haskins Roundstone Garden Centre. Chairman Julia Phelon announced the Winners and Chairman of the Parish Council Susan Francis presented the prizes.

Best Garden Competition:
1st Prize: 7 Pine Trees Close. Marie and Grant Pater received a £50 Haskins Voucher.
2nd Prize: 34 Greenwood Drive. Angela Courten received a £20 Haskins Voucher
3rd Prize: 11 Chantryfield Road. Dorothy Kostelyk received a £10 Haskins Voucher

Best Public House/Hotel Garden:
1st Prize - Brian and Karen Liston of the Woodman Arms received a £50 Haskins voucher.
Runner Up - Aaron Collis, on behalf of Michael and Naomi Collis of The Spotted Cow received a £20 Haskins voucher.

Beatrix Potter Art Competition:
A pleasing number of entries were received from St Margaret's and St Wilfrid's Schools. Beatrix Potter themed prizes and a £5 Haskins gift card were presented by Parish Council Chairman Susan Francis.
Age 5-7
1st Prize: Isobel Gisbey
2nd Prize: Lucas Hasip
Highly Regarded: Jade Collins and Dixie Spight.
Age 8-11
1st Prize: Alice Carr
2nd Prize Josh Turner
Highly Regarded: Livia Brooks and Declan O'Boyle.

Photos of the competition winners and their gardens or drawings can be seen at www.angmeringinbloom.co.uk/AWARDS/AIB-Competition.html

4 September 2016

Angmering housing/commercial developments

Save Angmering Village (SAV) recently sent out a newsletter to interested villagers summarising what planning applications are currently pending with the planners at Arun and what is likely to be in the pipeline in the coming months.  Angmering Village Life thought that all villagers might be interested in seeing the current situation.

PLANNING APPLICATIONS 

Planning
Reference

Description

A/27/16/PL

  53 x care apartments (Broadlees Dappers Lane)

A/105/16/PL

  1 x flat with 5 No. car-barns below (Land at The Cottrells)

A/131/16/OUT

 
 9x one & a half storey houses including 3 affordable housing units (Land between   New Place Bungalow & Arundel Road)
 

A/135/16/PL

 
 3 x dwellings replacement of existing bungalow (Caretakers Cottage Angmering   School Greenwood Drive)
 

A/136/16/PL

 
 2 x 4 bed houses demolition of existing bungalow & erection of (The Backwoods Station Road)
 

A/142/16/OUT

 
 18 x dwellings  demolition of existing buildings & erection of (Merry England Nursery Dappers Lane)
 

Commercial / Leisure
A/77/16/PL

 
 Rustington Golf Centre: Leisure development consisting of 9 x 5 a side pitches, trampoline/laser tag centre, hotel, pub/restaurant, forest adventure kiosk, nursery, sub-station & associated infrastructure & car parking.
 

FUTURE PLANNING APPLICATIONS EXPECTED

26 August 2016

Twinning anniversary celebrations

The 40th Anniversary of Angmering Twinning Association is being celebrated this weekend (26 - 28 August) when French visitors from our twinned town of Ouistreham-Riva-Bella in Normandy come to Angmering. As you may have noted, many of the village shops have been decorated with the Union flag and the Tricolore, and you may already have seen the new commemorative planter on the Village Green.

There is an exhibition on the history and activities of the Association in both the Angmering Community Centre and Angmering Library from 22 - 30 August - opening hours according to those of the venue.

26 August 2016

Concerns for missing Angmering teenager

Police are concerned for Angmering teenager Peter Grimshaw (see photo right) who has been missing for several days. Peter, 17, was last seen at his home on Saturday (20 August) at 10.55am. It is believed he maybe in Brighton.
 
He is white, 5' 6", of slim build with sandy coloured hair and has a piercing in his left eyebrow. He was last seen wearing a black top, black Adidas trousers, black baseball cap and carrying a black Adidas bag.
 
PC Lee Franklin said: "Peter has some learning difficulties which makes him vulnerable and we are concerned for his welfare. If you have seen him or know where he is please contact us."
 
Email police on 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or ring 101 quoting serial 585 of 20/8. If Peter is in danger or in need of urgent medical attention please ring 999.

 UPDATE (26/8/16): Peter found safe and well in Brighton
25 August 2016

School's GCSE Results

GCSE results have improved for the third year running at The Angmering School.  55% of students gained at least 5 A* to C with English and Maths.

Ollie Charman, Ben Galbally, William Francis, Oliver Cayless, Jack Pankhurst, Harvey Bolton, Iona Collis, Chloe Price, Alyssa Alarilla, Angharad Collins, Louie Kavallares, Rebecca Merridue, Tom Penny and Grace Tapley all gained 8 or more grades A or A*.  For Ollie and Will, 9 of these were at A* and  Ben achieved 8 A* grades.

The Government’s new Progress 8 measure shows that Ellen Rose Charlesworth made the most progress in the year group in her time at Angmering, with her average results being more than 2.5 grades above expected.  Ben Galbally, Megan Randall and Molly Bridger averaged over 2 grades above expected.

David Brixey, Headteacher, said “I am very pleased with these GCSE results.  They represent another step forward for the school but more importantly they give great stepping stones forward for our students.  I am proud of their hard work and commitment.  I wish them well for their future studies and careers.”

25 August 2016

Angmering Planning Applications

A/149/16/T - Remove top growth of 1m & seasonal growth to sides to row of 16 Cupressus Leylandii & remove seasonal growth to row of 8 Cupressus Leylandii. Blue Cedars, 1 Blue Cedars Close. Applicant: Mr Evans.

A/150/16/PL - 4 No. rooflights to rear elevation & insertion of 1 No. ground floor window to rear elevation at Blaber House, The Square. This application affects the character & appearance of the Angmering Conservation Area. Applicant: Mr S Lee.

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 15 September 2016.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

25 August 2016

School's A-Level Results

Students at Angmering Sixth Form are celebrating an excellent set of A level results this year with a 99.5% pass rate.  The proportion of entries that have gained A* to B was 41% with 75% gaining A*-C.

Students celebrating outstanding results include Arran Collis who gained 4 A* grades who will go on to study Natural Sciences at Cambridge, Bethan Williams and Adam Woodard who both gained 3 A* grades.  Bethan will study Medicine at Brighton and Sussex Medical School and Adam will study Physics at the University of Warwick.

In addition, very strong results were achieved by Matt Francis (A*AB and A* in extended project) Jake Gander (A*AAC) and Georgia Towson (A*AA and A*in extended project), with Matt moving on to study Law at the University of Sussex, Jake studying Maths at the University of Warwick and Georgia studying Geography and the University of Southampton.

AS results were also promising with particularly strong performances from Natalie Cleverly (AAA), Cameron Misson (AAB) Soham Shah (AAB).

There were also impressive achievements on vocational courses with Nick Pearce and Harriet Bond showing the way by achieving a Distinction*.

David Brixey, retiring Headteacher commented, “These are the best set of Sixth Form results for some years and are a just reward for the talent and hard work of all of our students.  Our sixth form thrives on its diversity and inclusiveness and we are proud of the achievements of all of our students.  We are also fortunate to have talented teachers who are very skilled at getting the best from our students.  I wish all of the students well as they move on to the next stage of their careers.”

19 August 2016

Angmering Planning Applications

A/133/16/HH - Replace hanging wall tiles with fibre cement weatherboarding at 11 Weavers Ring. Applicant: Mr G Balchin.

A/134/16/A - 4 No. internally illuminated fascia signs on front & side elevations. Next Retail, Unit 1, Manor Retail Park. Applicant: Next Retail. Readvertisement due to change in number & design of adverts.

A/135/16/PL - Replacement of existing bungalow with 3 No. dwellings (resubmission following A/20/16/PL). This application is a Departure from the Development Plan. Caretakers Cottage, Angmering School, Greenwood Drive. Applicant: Mr & Mrs D Shannon. Readvertisement due to amended description.

A/142/16/OUT - Outline application with some matters reserved for the demolition of existing buildings & erection of 18 No. dwellings. This application is a Departure from the Development Plan. Merry England Nursery, Dappers Lane. Applicant: Mrs Haggis.

A/143/16/HH - 2 bay oak framed barn at Copper Beech, Ham Manor Close. Applicant: Mr T Moseley.

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 8 September 2016.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

18 August 2016

Snippets from the Draft Minutes of Angmering Parish Council Meeting on 8 August 2016

Traffic Management Scheme
A meeting had now been held with WSCC Highways officers and County Councillor Urquhart, at which a number of possible alterations to the scheme had been suggested, in order to take into account the feedback received from the community following the informal consultation held in April. The suggestions made had met with a broadly positive reaction from WSCC’s officers. The outcome of the meeting was due to be reported on more fully at the forthcoming Highways SubCommittee meeting convened for Thursday 11 August 2016.

Community Centre Car Park
The lining work was now complete and the directional arrows had now been painted onto the surface. Attention now needed to be given to the landscaping works and to securing the perimeter of the car park against vehicular incursion onto the open space; this latter objective would best be achieved by continuation of the existing line of wooden dragon’s teeth posts along the car park edge, and quotations were in process of being obtained for the works to be carried out. Quotes for the works necessary to carry out the planting scheme drawn up to discharge the planning condition would be sought later in the year.

Telephone Box
There had been no further progress on this, but the Parish Council would continue to pursue this.

Speedwatch Scheme
The chairman reported: "Speed Watch is progressing well, along with several members of the team I have actually completed the first test. The practical is looming. Once this has been completed we will be able to start undertaking the Speed Watch on the road. If anyone else would like to join us please let the Parish Council Office know".

The full minutes of this meeting can be read here

12 August 2016

Angmering Planning Applications

A/111/16/HH - First floor extension over garage at Ham Green, North Drive. Applicant: Mr & Mrs Glaisyer.

A/136/16/PL - Demolition of existing bungalow and redevelopment of the site into 2 No. 4 bed houses at The Backwoods, Station Road. Applicant: Mr Gareth Gilat. This is a Departure from the Development Plan..

A/138/16/HH - Erection of detached timber framed carport & workshop prior the demolition of existing garage at Saddlers, High Street. Applicant: Mrs Highwood. This application affects the character & appearance of the Angmering Conservation Area.

A/140/16/HH - Removal of existing detached garage & erection of garage & two storey side extension (resubmission following A/153/15/HH). Cherry Tree Cottage, Station Road. Applicant: Byrne.

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 1 September 2016.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

12 August 2016

Ex-pupils' charrity match

Former pupils of The Angmering School and Littlehampton School will be playing a charity football match this Sunday (14 August) to raise funds for a food bank.  The match will be held at Angmering FC's ground in Decoy Drive (off Arundel Road) at 5pm. Everyone is welcome to attend and to donate anything ranging from tinned foods, jars of pasta sauce, biscuits, milk, sugar, fruit juice, and cereals.

12 August 2016

Epic playtime comes to Angmering!

Track Party is returning to Angmering again this summer. Children aged 2-12 can play with trains, cars and dinosaurs over the huge expanse of the main hall of Angmering Community Centre on Sunday 4 September (10am to 5pm).

There will be 6 session times:

Tickets: £6 per child, adults free. Book your tickets and session time using this link http://trackparty.co.uk/event/angmering

10 August 2016

Twinning anniversary celebrations

The 40th Anniversary of Angmering Twinning Association is to be celebrated when our French visitors from Ouistreham-Riva-Bella come to Angmering for the weekend of 26 - 28 August. The village will be decorated, and you may already have seen the new commemorative planter on the Village Green.

There will be an exhibition on the history and activities of the Association in Angmering Community Centre and Angmering Library from 22 - 30 August - opening hours according to those of the venue.

8 August 2016

Wonderful show in Village Hall

Last night’s (Sunday) performance by The Spinettes and Matthew Goodgame at Angmering Village Hall certainly left all those who attended on a high. Although the songs were from the 40s, 50s, and 60s, after the interval, the majority of the families, couples and friends attending - from 5 to 80 - were up on their feet singing and dancing along with the performers.

With the professionalism of the beautiful and harmonious Spinettes’ trio and Matthew Goodgame, the personable and excellent singer/compere, this really was the West End coming to Angmering and great value for money.  The humour from all the performers during and between songs helped light up the evening. It was also lovely to see most of the 5-7 year olds up on the floor dancing and thoroughly enjoying themselves.

During the interval and after the show, all the performers readily chatted to the audience - many of whom had their photos taken with them - and signed their Spinettes CD which was on sale with part of the profits being donated to The Alzheimer’s Society.

If the bad news was that you missed last night’s show, then the good news is that Matthew Goodgame and The Spinettes are considering putting on a Christmas-themed show in Angmering in December.  If that does come to fruition I will give you a bit of advice – reserve your tickets at the earliest opportunity as, after last night’s performance, I believe a Christmas show would be a sell-out.

8 August 2016

Angmering Planning Applications

A/121/16/HH - Construct retaining wall at Dovedale, West Drive. Applicant:  Mr M Staniforth.

A/131/16/OUT - Outline planning application with some matters reserved for 9 No. one & a half storey houses with
garaging, including 3 No. affordable housing units.
Land between New Place Bungalow & Arundel Road. Applicant: Mrs S Kirsan. This is a Departure from the Development Plan..

A/134/16/A - 4 No. internally illuminated fascia signs on front & side elevations. Newxt Retail, Unit 1, Manor Retail Park. Applicant: Next Retail.

A/135/16/PL - Replacement of existing bungalow with 3 No. dwellings (resubmission following A/20/16/PL). Caretakers Cottage, Angmering School, Greenwood Drive. Applicant: Mr & Mrs D Shannon.

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 25 August 2016.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

5 August 2016

The Spinettes - Coming to Angmering this Sunday 7th August!

The Spinettes were formed in 2010 and have since travelled the world performing at various different venues & events, such as No 10 Downing Street, Churchill War Rooms, The Shard, HMS Belfast, The Royal Academy, Goodwood, The Royal Festival Hall & London’s Covent Garden, as well as hundreds of weddings and private parties.  The Spinettes have taken the Sea by storm and have sailed the globe on many prestigious cruise lines with their very own show.

Their tight harmonies, sleek choreography and infectious personalities will be sure to impress any audience & leave you wanting more.

Joining them is West End leading man Matthew Goodgame who is currently playing alongside Sheridan Smith in Funny Girl at The Savoy in London’s West End.  He has played Danny Zuko in ‘Grease’, The Pharaoh in ‘Joseph & The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat’ and Greaseball in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Roller skating Spectacular ‘Starlight Express’ to name but a few!

They are joining forces to bring you some of their favourite hits from the 1940’s, 50’s & 60’s & plus a few show tunes too!  The Spinettes & Matthew Goodgame will be putting on their show on Sunday 7th August 2016 at 7pm (doors open 6.30pm) in Angmering Village Hall, Station Road.

Ticket prices: £10; Children under 16: £5. Tickets are available by phoning 07515 552491 or emailing thespinettes@hotmail.com .  Tickets are also available at the door (subject to availability).

The show promises to be something special and should appeal to people/families of all ages.  If you are in any doubt about this, go to The Spinettes website at www.thespinettes.co.uk and have a look at their promotional video and testimonials.  It is hoped that the people of Angmering and district will come and support this feel-good show.

 
 
 
1 August 2016

 


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