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New heritage trust proposed

After 42 years of existence, but with falling support at its meetings, The Angmering Society Executive Committee will be tabling a motion at its AGM on 21 October to dissolve the Society and to transfer its remaining funds to a new charity, The Angmering Heritage Trust. The Trust will have reasonably similar aims to those of The Angmering Society.

Commenting in the September newsletter to its members, The Angmering Society chairman, Peter French, states: "As has been extensively discussed previously, steps have been taken to form a new Charitable Trust to administer the Society's remaining funds.We will be asking members at the A.G.M. to agree to the change which will allow the objectives and aims of the Society to be carried out by the Trustees of The Angmering Heritage Trust, who are all presently members of the Executive Committee of the Society. A few members will miss the social events which is regrettable but unavoidable owing to the lack of support".

12 September 2014

Snippets from the draft minutes of the meeting of the Parish Council on 8 September 2014

Angmering Community Land Trust
The Clerk confirmed that, as previously noted, Jim Brathwaite had resigned as Chairman of the contemplated Community Land Trust (‘CLT’) and that, with the subsequent resignation of Peter Spooner both as a Councillor and from the CLT, the idea had effectively been put back to square one. The Clerk confirmed that, following discussion, Peter Spooner had agreed to return all subscriptions taken from prospective members of the CLT. The Clerk noted that the role of a working party, with assistance from the Parish Council, should be to get the project to a point at which it was possible to gauge whether there was enough appetite in the community for a CLT. If there was, the working party would then need to ensure that the CLT was set up using a structure that would enable its aims to be achieved. Once all this had been done, the working party – and the Parish Council – should then step back. Following discussion it was noted that whilst a working party is clearly desirable, it is likely to be difficult to populate it, particularly in view of the lack of progress made earlier this year.

A259 Improvements
Now into the preliminary design stage; a full environmental impact assessment is required, the results of which are anticipated by Feb 2015. Detailed route surveys will be carried out in the near future and will take approx. 2 weeks to complete. A further (more detailed) presentation will be made to the working group in October. Angmering Parish Council, along with other affected councils, will be consulted to identify suitable venues for public consultation events. Consultation should commence November/December 2014. Business case should be ready for submission January/February 2015. Likely build 2017–2019 (proposed phasing from west to east). The group emphasised the need to consider the roundabout junction of A259 / A280 as a priority, given its position as the major congestion point along this section. WSCC will form a Steering Group for the Roundstone Lane Development, along similar lines to the existing North Littlehampton Steering Group.

School provision
Councillor Francis asked whether there is a date yet for discussions with West Sussex County Council on the subject of school provision following the major developments. The Clerk confirmed that this is set for November 2014, as meetings had to take place with the head teachers and governors of the village schools first.

Publishing of agendas and minutes
Councillor Nunn noted that he had come across a number of instances of delay in publishing agendas and minutes of meetings to the Parish Council website – in one instance, the agenda for a meeting appeared two days after the meeting had taken place. This places members of the public wishing to attend meetings at a disadvantage. The Clerk noted that this was due to staff shortages resulting from the Administrator’s ongoing ill health, but steps would be taken to ensure that agendas and minutes appeared on the website in a timely manner.

Angmering Citizenship Award
this is being reviewed by the Parish Office, following the decision to create this award at the Parish Council’s last meeting. Councillor Francis reported that following further discussion with the Rowley family, the award should be named the Fred Rowley Community Award. This was unanimously AGREED.

The full minutes of this meeting may be read by clicking here

12 September 2014

Blooming Quiz Night success

The Angmering in Bloom Association's Blooming Quiz Night on Saturday 6 September at the Village Hall was a great success with over 65 people attending who were welcomed by the Association's chairman, Julia Phelon. Nearly £350 was raised towards Angmering in Bloom projects. Questions were set by Phil Leverick, nibbles were served at half time and a raffle took place at the end of the evening with prizes donated by sponsors and local businesses. Click here to see photos.

11 September 2014

Entertainment Centre coming soon to Angmering

A brand new entertainment centre will be opening in Angmering this Autumn. Work on the "Out of Bounds" centre next to the Rustington Golf Centre in Golfers Lane, Angmering, is progressing well. The centre will have separate areas for the following activities:

It is expected that the centre will open some time next month. It is stated that it will be deal for birthday parties, group bookings and corporate events. Meeting room facilities will also be available.

10 September 2014

Angmering Planning Applications

A/119/14/HH - Rear single storey extension & porch to front elevation. This application affects the character and appearance of Angmering Conservation Area at Westend, High Street. Applicant: Mr P Steel.

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 2 October 2014.

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".

10 September 2014

Temporary closure of Co-op

As many readers will be aware, the Post Office services at the Co-op in the village (and elsewhere) are being slightly reduced although the remaining services will be available during the full shop's opening hours and at the service tills. To accommodate the new arrangements the "citadel" is being removed which will mean the closure of the whole shop tomorrow, Wednesday 10 September. It will re-open again on Thursday.

9 September 2014

Resignation from Council

Councillor Peter Spooner has tendered his resignation from Angmering Parish Council, with effect from 4 September 2014. There are currently two vacancies for new councillors. Anyone interested in becoming a councillor should contact the Parish Council Office in the first instance ( Tel: 01903-772124 ).

7 September 2014

Neighbourhood Watch

Angmering Neighbourhood Watch street schemes form part of the Rustington & District NHW Association. The Association will be holding an Open Day & AGM on 18th September (6.30pm for 7.00pm) in the the John de Bohun Room, Woodlands Centre, Rustington.

If you are already an Association member or if you live in Angmering and are interested in making your community safer and more secure, you are invited to the above meeting. A Panel of professionals representing the Community Police, Fire Service, and Victim Support will be reporting on action against crime and anti-social behaviour in collaboration with the local Neighbourhood Watch street schemes. Admission free with coffee/tea.

3 September 2014

Angmering Planning Applications

A/100/14/PL - Change of use of land to Handcar wash in car parking area (Sui Generis) at Wyevale Garden Centre, Littlehampton Road, Ferring. Applicant: South East Vehicle Valetting.

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 September 2014.

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".

3 September 2014

New Parish Councillor

Following the resignation of Jennifer Bos as an Angmering Parish Councillor on 12 May 2014, a request was received by Arun District Council under the Representation of the People Acts for a by-election to fill the resulting Councillor vacancy. Under current legislation, this by-election was required to be held within 60 days of 13 May 2014, the date on which the vacancy was notified to the District Council.

No nominations having been received by the original deadline of 4 pm on 9 July 2014, the Electoral Services department at Arun District Council were obliged to re-advertise the by-election, with a revised date for receipt of valid nominations of 28 August 2014. The Parish Council has received notification that a single valid nomination to stand for election as Parish Councillor was received by the deadline of 28 August 2014, in respect of Nigel Henry Nunn of 152 Palmer Road, Angmering, and that as no other nominations were received, the election is therefore uncontested and Nigel Henry Nunn is duly elected unopposed as a Parish Councillor.

Cllr Nunn was previously a Parish Councillor and chairman of Angmering Parish Council between 2007 and 2011.

1 September 2014

Blooming Quiz Night!

A reminder that the next Angmering In Bloom Quiz Night will be held at the Village Hall this coming Saturday (6 Sept) (7.30pm - 10.00pm). Go as a team of 6 or go as an individual and join another team on the night. To see full details, click here.

1 September 2014

Snippets from the draft minutes of the meeting of the Parish Council's Parish Maintenance Committee on 27 August 2014

Village Maintenance
It was AGREED to recommend to full Council the following courses of action:-
a) To re-focus the Maintenance Team’s work to include mainly grass-cutting rather than wider horticulture work, particularly during the grass growing season.
b) At the end of the current contract extension with Seymour & Lisle on 31 March 2015, to use the Parish Council resources to cut the grass at Fletcher’s Field, St Nicholas’ Gardens and in the village centre.
f) The maintenance of twittens by the Parish Council team would be extended to include all such footpaths. This would involve periodic inspections of the twittens and undertaking clearance work as and when necessary.
g) One, or more, people should be engaged as Environmental Wardens, particularly to ensure that dog mess and rubbish is cleared from the village.
i) Some of the horticultural work that would formerly have been undertaken by the Maintenance Team would be contracted out in the normal way instead.

Bramley Green Verges
It was AGREED that the committee would recommend to full Parish Council to survey the residents of Bramley Green and ask which of the possible solutions they would prefer and asking whether there was another more appropriate solution.

Community Centre Commemoration Plaque
On a proposal by Councillor Mariner, seconded by Councillor Oldfield it was RESOLVED by a vote of 3 to 1 to recommend to full Parish Council the following:- a) The Parish Council should put the plaque up to commemorate the building of the Community Centre. b) The Plaque should be A3, possibly made of slate with painted lettering c) The lettering should be simple, such as ‘This Centre was built for the Community by Angmering Parish Council, Opened 1st October 2009’. On the basis described above the obtained quotation price would be £540. The Clerk would get further quotations from more local firms, if any would be able to provide the plaque in time for the celebration day of 4th October 2014. This information would hopefully be available to present to the next Parish Council on 8 September 2014, at which final approval would be sought.

Seat on the Green (Francis Norbury memorial seat)
Councillor Turner questioned why the seat had been taken away early. The Clerk replied saying that a complaint from a member of the public had indicated that the woodwork was about to split. Although the Clerk believed that there was no immediate danger of it splitting he took the decision on safety grounds to have the seat removed early which might mean that it would be returned ahead of schedule as well.

The full minutes of this meeting may be read by clicking here

1 September 2014

Snippets from the draft minutes of the meeting of the Parish Council on 11 August 2014

Angmering Community Land Trust
the Clerk had now received a response to his letter of 24 June 2014 to the Chairman of the nascent CLT, Jim Brathwaite, which confirmed that Mr Brathwaite had resigned as Chairman of the CLT. It was not yet clear whether the remaining parties involved with the CLT intended to continue to act, but if they did, a new Chairman would clearly have to be appointed in early course. It was noted that consideration needed to be given to returning the deposit monies and cheques held by the CLT promoters to their rightful owners as soon as possible. Disappointment was expressed that Councillor Spooner, as Secretary of the CLT, was not present at the meeting in order to provide further information.

PCSO Paul Bryant introduced himself as the new incumbent PCSO for Angmering, replacing PCSO Karen Pereira, who had been transferred to Yapton. PCSO Bryant noted that he had been responsible for Angmering some years ago, and remains familiar with the area. PCSO Bryant noted that crime in the village at this point was very low-key; previously, there had been instances mainly confined to garden thefts and car crime. Sussex Police had historically performed poorly in this area, but this has been targeted with good effect. Vehicle speed through the village is something of which the Police were aware and was being looked at.

Station Road Parking
County Councillor Urquhart reported that ...... Double-yellow lines had previously been proposed for the stretch of Station Road immediately north of the level crossing by Angmering railway station. This scheme had been brought forward and public consultation was expected to be able to commence in early September. Residents affected by inconsiderate parking in Station Road were asked to vote in support of the scheme.

Angmering Citizenship Award
Councillor Francis referred the meeting to her report on the above. Following brief discussion, the following points were unanimously AGREED: 1) That an Angmering Citizenship Award should be created; 2) That the award should be called the Fred Rowley Award, in memory of the late Fred Rowley and his dedicated work at the Village Hall over many years.

St Nicholas Garden Archaeology Working Party
Councillor Francis reported that members of the Working Party had had a meeting with Worthing Archaeological Society since preparation of the report circulated prior to the present meeting. The dig is expected to take place between 5 and 27 June 2015 with a possible one-week extension. A talk is due to be given to the Angmering Society in September.

The full minutes of this meeting may be read by clicking here

1 September 2014

Community Film Show

The next film to be shown at Angmering Community Centre is "THE BOOK THIEF" [UK 12A] at 7.45pm on Saturday 12 July - doors open at 7.30pm.

Starring Sophie Nélisse, Geoffrey Rush, and Emily Watson. While subjected to the horrors of World War II Germany, Liesel is left with foster parents Rosa and Hans Hubermann. In the basement of her home, a Jewish refugee is being sheltered by her foster parents. When Hans discovers that Liesel cannot read, he teaches her and Liesel becomes an obsessed reader and finds solace by stealing books and sharing them with others...poster

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

The October Film will be “Monuments Men" starring George Clooney & Matt Damon.

1 September 2014

Angmering Planning Applications

A/76/14/L - Application for Listed Building Consent for the addition of 2 names on the war memorial in The Square. Applicant: Mr R Martin (Angmering Parish Council).

A/107/14/HH - First floor side extension over existing garage at 5 Mill Road. Applicant: Mr J Norris.

A/109/14/PL - Rebuild commercial building destroyed by fire at St Deny's Nursery, Dappers Lane. Applicant: Mrs G Peralla.

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 18 September 2014.

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".

28 August 2014

Twinning Associations are blooming

Angmering Twinning Association hosted a buffet reception for the Ouistreham Twinning Association (Comité de jumelage) on Friday evening (22 August) at Angmering Village Hall. 32 members of the French association came to Angmering including its president, François Duchemin, and the mayor of Ouistreham, Romain Bail. Chairman of the Parish Council, Albert Mariner, welcomed the visitors before the buffet and he and Cllr. Susan Francis acted as hosts for the mayor throughout the weekend.

On Saturday (23 August), the visitors were taken by coach to the Imperial War Museum in London where they were able to see the new WW1 exhibition. Afterwards they were taken on a coach tour of London. That evening the mayor dined at The Lamb with Cllr Mariner.

At the request of Cllr Albert Mariner and Cllr Susan Francis (vice-chairman of the Council) , Julia Phelon and John Goulding of the Angmering In Bloom Association gave M. Bail and M. Duchemin a guided tour of the village on Sunday morning accompanied by Cllr Francis, Julia and John pointing out some of the historical buildings and beautiful floral arrangements. (see photo (l/r): Susan Francis, François Duchemin, Romain Bail, Albert Mariner, Julia Phelon, and John Goulding).

Elected mayor of Ouistreham in March this year, Romain Bail expressed a desire to promote the two twinning associations by participation in other activities and to work closer with Angmering Parish Council.

26 August 2014

School's GCSE Results

Despite concerns nationally that marking of exam papers was harder on students this year as the Government's policy is to rely less on coursework, there were some impressive results from some students at The Angmering School.

Bethan Williams, Adam Woodard, Lydia Khoo, Flynn Hickey, Arran Collis, Darcy Phillips, Danielle Newman, Naomi Gittus, Bernadette Davies, Beaumont Pritchard-James, James Pearce, Bronte Sandwell and Benjamin Dicker all earned more than 8 A* or A grades. Bethan Williams achieved 13 A*, Arran Collis got 12 A*, Adam Woodard got 10 A*, and Flynn Hickey eight A*.

59% of the School's students achieved A* to C in English and 59% in Maths, while 77% of students gained grades A* to C or equivalent in Science.

23 August 2014

Angmering Planning Applications

A/101/14/PL - Extension of car park to provide a further 15 No parking spaces and removal of existing grass bund at Angmering Community Centre, Foxwood Avenue (Bramley Green). Applicant: Angmering Parish Council

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 11 September 2014.

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".

20 August 2014

Stubbs Hill poppies

As this photo was being taken looking down Stubbs Hill in the High Street, a lady walked by and said "They're an absolute joy, aren't they?" They most certainly are but the photo does not do them justice. While they unfortunately did not flower in time for the "In Bloom" judging, Angmering In Bloom are again to be congratulated in having the vision to plant the seeds in this location.

20 August 2014

Booking Secretary required

Angmering Village Hall is looking for a vounteer Booking Secretary, who preferably lives in the village. Ideally, the Booking Secretary should be computer literate and be able to use Email, MS Word and possibly MS Excel.

If you would like further information, please phone Corrie Brown on 787507.

Update: Position filled (11/09/14)

16 August 2014

A-Level Results

The Angmering School this year achieved a 99% pass rate in their A-Level results. This is 1% lower than their 2013 results but reflects the lower pass rate across the country this year. The A* to B grades were down by 4% this year to 44% but again this is reflective of the national trend.

Charlotte Snewin gained the best set of individual results in the school since the A* grade was introduced. Charlotte gained 2 A* grades and A, with an additional A* in the extended project and will go on to study Dentistry at the University of Bristol. Other outstanding performers include Michael Williams (A*AA) and Lucy Crick (A*AA). Michael is going to study Medicine at Bristol and Lucy will study Geography at Kings College London, along with her friend Ellie Wilson who gained three A grades. Luke Flain and Matthew West both gained A*AB, Luke will go on to study Medicine at the University of Liverpool and Matthew will study Civil Engineering at the University of Surrey.

15 August 2014

Angmering Planning Applications

A/95/14/PL - New miniature golf course at Rustington Golf Centre, Golfers Lane, Angmering. Applicant: Rustington Golf Centre Ltd

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 4 September 2014.

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".

14 August 2014

Angmering Cricket Club

Angmering Cricket Club is set to enter the final few weeks of the 2014, and are inviting anyone wishing to join and play a few games to contact the Club. The Club has been competitive in most matches this year and has been rewarded with wins against Lindfield, the Brighton Exiles, Arundel, and Arundel Grasshoppers. The side has battled to record draws against Preston Park and Brighton Malayalee Association, whilst Rodmell clung on with one wicket left to prevent a deserved Angmering victory.

Paddy Chapman, Chris Mitchell and Jim Hughes have performed well with the bat, whilst Harry Hughes and Glen Lovegrove have recorded their maiden fifties. Adam Rider is currently the sides leading wicket taker with newcomer Peter Hunt also performing well with the ball.

The side play until the first Sunday of October and have 4 home fixtures during September, along with local away fixtures at Littlehampton and Lancing Manor. The Cub is also grateful for their sponsors, Chandlers BMW, Holmes and Company Estate Agents, Projects Abroad and David O Jones Sports for continuing to support the club.

The Club continue to seek locals of all ages to swell its ranks. If you're interested, please contact Jim Hughes on 07778 493241.

14 August 2014

Library Reading Group

As many people are aware, Angmering Parish Council (APC) set up a Community Library a couple of months' ago, manned by volunteers, which runs Angmering Library on behalf of WSCC on Saturday afternooms between 1pm and 5pm. On Saturday 11 October at 2pm, APC Community Library are starting a Reading Group in the Library. There are limited places so you need to register early. Anyone interested should contact Susan Francis on (01903) 850202 or email

The Reading Group will meet every three weeks, commencing on 11 October. The books are obtained from the WSCC Library Service and distributed, read at home, and then discussed three weeks later by the Group. Another book is then issued and so on and so forth.

11 August 2014

Weathercam returns

After being off-line for about 3 years, Angmering Village Life's own live weather camera is again functioning. You can view the current skies over Angmering by clicking the camera icon in the left-hand navigation bar or by clicking here. Press your PC's 'Refresh' button (F5) to see the skies changing. The camera is situated off Roundstone Lane and points west over the centre of the village.

Our weather station has been collecting and transmitting data to the website almost continuously since 2005. The data is uploaded automatically every 20 minutes. The link to the weather station can also be found in the left-hand navigation bar.

9 August 2014

Angmering In Bloom News

The Angmering In Bloom Association (AIB) Garden Competition Awards for 2014 took place on Wednesday 30 July at Haskins Roundstone Garden Centre. The Best Front Gardens, Best Allotments and Best Public House Gardens were all awarded prizes. The Judges thought the standard of the gardens and allotments this year were extremely high and very varied. A children's competition to design a logo for Angmering in Bloom was taken up by some Youth Groups and St Wilfrid's School. The Awards were again generously sponsored by Haskins Garden Centre, who provided a cream tea for the event and Haskins vouchers as prizes. AIB Chairman Julia Phelon and Haskins Assistant General Manager Karen Jenkins presented the prizes. The winners were as follows:

Best Allotments
First Prize - Robert Tutt; Second Prize - Peter and Janet Fordom; Third Prize - Ken Moon

Best Front Garden
First Prize - Barry Carslake; Second Prize - Jan Mockford; Third Prize - Cyril Potter

Best Public House Garden
First Prize -The Spotted Cow ; Runner Up - The Woodman Arms

Angmering In Bloom logo Competition
First Prize - Lauren Smith

Further photos and details of prizes can be seen here

The next AIB Quiz Night will be held at the Village Hall on Saturday 6 September 2014 (7.30pm - 10.00pm). Come as a team of 6 or come as an individual and join another team. For further details, click here.

8 August 2014

Development begins!

Today (Wednesday) marked the first day of development east of Roundstone Lane when this digger commenced trenching in the field south of Pound House.

8 August 2014

Ensure your handbrake is fully on!

This was the scene at St Margaret's Church car park early this morning after a parked Mini rolled down the slope and through the wall. Nobody was injured and little damage was sustained to the car.

5 August 2014

Angmering Remembers

Nearly 200 men, women and children gathered around Angmering War Memorial this morning (Monday) for a Service of Commemoration to remember those who died in the 1914-18 War, today being the 100th anniversary of the start of that conflict. The service was conducted by the Rev Canon Mark Standen (rector of St Margaret's Church), assisted by the Rev Michael Bradshaw (minister of the Baptist Church), and the Rev. Thomas Robson (curate of St Margaret's). Prior to the service, crosses for each of those who died were placed around the plinth of the memorial. The names of all those who died were also read out in the order of the year of their deaths. The Royal British Legion lowered their standards when the bugler blew "The Last Post" and raised them again at "The Reveille".

Following the service, many of those who attended walked to the Village Hall where Roger Miles introduced Abigail Eames,10, a budding young actress who appeared in the recent BBC series about the VAD nurses who served in Belgium during WW1. Abigail raised the village flag which will remain raised except on the 100th anniversary of the death of each the Fallen when it will be lowered to half-mast.

After the flag raising ceremony, the Royal British Legion provided refreshments in the Village Hall and presented a static WW1 display together with some projects which Year 8 students at The Angmering School had prepared. Roger Miles introduced his own illustrated work commemorating those who died - now available for viewing in Angmering Library - and presented Abigail Eames with a lapel poppy pin.

Some photos of the morning's events are shown below:

They also served: (l-r) Peter, Marty and George
4 August 2014

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