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Coronavirus - Update (11)

Green Waste Club writes:"Dear Green Waste Customer, Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently suffering from staff shortages. On that basis, we regret to inform you, that your scheduled garden waste collection next week (Monday 6th April) will not be completed. Our current plan is that your future collections will go ahead as scheduled, starting in a fortnights time Monday 20th April 2020." It is imagined that people having collections other than Mondays will also be affected.

3 April 2020

School donates PPE equipment

Well done to The Angmering School who have this week donated a large amount of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to local NHS surgeries and clinics to assist with the safety of key workers. Donations include:

- 270 pairs of safety goggles, eight boxes of clinical procedure masks and two boxes of dust masks to The Park Surgery in Littlehampton

- 20 pairs of safety goggles to Goring Hall Hospital

- 241 pairs of safety goggles to Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

2 April 2020

Coronavirus - Update (10)

Action Fraud UK report that most current frauds are related to online shopping scams where people have ordered protective face masks, hand sanitiser and other products, which have never arrived. Some of the tactics being used in phishing emails include:

- Fraudsters purporting to be from a research group that mimics the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organisation (WHO). They claim to provide the victim with a list of active infections in their area, but to access this information the victim needs to either click on a link which redirects them to a credential-stealing page or make a donation of support in the form of a payment into a Bitcoin account

- Fraudsters providing articles about the virus outbreak with a link to a fake company website where victims are encouraged to click to subscribe to a daily newsletter for further updates

- Fraudsters sending investment scheme and trading advice encouraging people to take advantage of the coronavirus downturn

- Fraudsters purporting to be from HMRC offering a tax refund and directing victims to a fake website to harvest their personal and financial details. The emails often display the HMRC logo making it look reasonably genuine and convincing

Stay safe and don't fall victim to coronavirus fraudsters - if you have been victim to fraud, or for further advice, you can report fraud to Action Fraud UK

1 April 2020

Persimmon plans more homes in Angmering

Persimmon Homes is consulting the public on plans for 84 homes west of Dappers Lane in Angmering with a range of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. Persimmon state that the proposals will help towards tackling "the acute local need for affordable housing" with 25 of the homes (30%) being a mixture of shared ownership and below market rent. This will enable local young adults and key workers on modest salaries the opportunity of getting a home of their own without having to leave the community within which they have grown up.

The site is located in Dappers Lane on the opposite side of the road to Culberry Nursery, with Woodlands Close and Garden Close to its south (see diagram right).

Persimmon has been in detailed discussions with District Council Officers, elected members and the Parish Council over the last 18 months. Persimmon is keen to hear the views of local residents prior to submitting their planning application and will be sending out a newsletter shortly. A spokesperson from Persimmon Homes said that: “While the land has been formally earmarked for 100 homes, the proposal being put forward is for 84 homes, 30% of which will be affordable housing”. “Approximately 6.5 acres is proposed for the new housing, set in nearly 3 acres of green spaces. This includes an area of natural habitat that will be retained for dormice along the northern and western boundaries and informal public open space, including a Village Green and pond.”

The scheme, according to Persimmon, will deliver numerous benefits to the local community and Arun District Council: through the Government’s New Homes Bonus scheme, a comprehensive package of education, healthcare, greenspace, public transport contributions and local highway improvements.

The proposed access strategy for the 84 dwellings involves a new junction onto Dappers Lane and West Sussex County Council support the arrangement – including the off-site works which will be required. These works involve widening Dappers Lane along a section of approximately 50 metres, heading southwards from the junction. That will allow for a continuous pedestrian reservation along the length of Dappers Lane.

As part of the public consultation, Persimmon Homes has launched a dedicated website where residents can give their views on the proposals. To find out more visit:

Persimmon have very recently hand-delivered leaflets to residents in the vicinity. As a result of this, a number of residents have contended, on social media, that responding with negative comments at this consultation stage will only assist Persimmon in framing their eventual planning application to negate objections to achieve permission to build.

31 March 2020

Coronavirus - Update (9)

Meat in The Square write: "It is with great sadness that we have taken the decision to close temporarily. We have really struggled with this decision as we are letting our loyal customers and community down, but we have been totally overwhelmed with orders, and can't keep our staff safe. Over the past 2 weeks we have had close contact with over 1000 customers (more than double our normal rate) in the confines of a small shop despite the distancing measures we put in place – over 1000 risks of infection to ourselves, and passing it on to you and your households. We have been working almost 80 hours a week and our own health – physical, mental and emotional has been battered. This is just not sustainable or safe, and we cannot continue to put Louis and his family at risk. We have had many a sleepless night trying to work out a way forward but cannot find a workable solution. We simply cannot scale up to do over 400 home deliveries a week. To scale it down to something manageable would mean choosing which customers to serve and not – how would we choose between you? We promise you we have been through every possible way of continuing, but we are just too small an operation to cope. We will try this week to fulfil all the outstanding orders and to contact those that are affected. We will review the situation weekly and return as soon as its is safe and practical to do so. We totally understand if you choose to shop somewhere else in future, but we really hope that you will all keep safe and well, and that we see you all again when this nightmare is over."

Arun District Council - Re-cycling - "We have been working hard to keep refuse and recycling collections as close to normal as possible, however today, Monday 30 March, we won’t be able to collect kerbside recycling in East Preston, Angmering, Clapham and Patching and parts of Rustington, as we are now working with a reduced task force. We are sorry for any impact this has and ask you to bear with us. You will need to put your recycling bins out for their next scheduled collection in two weeks. We will keep you updated on further collections."

30 March 2020

Coronavirus - Update (8)

Meat in The Square write today (Friday): We are unable to take any more orders for this week as we are at total capacity. Orders already placed we are aiming to complete for collection this afternoon (Fri) or tomorrow Sat), and we are trying to let you know when to come as fast as we possibly can. When collecting we are going to try a 1 in at a time, but want to avoid queue's outside, so please be careful and stay 2 metres apart if waiting to collect an order.

27 March 2020

Coronavirus - Update (7)

St Margaret's Church has had to suspend all public services until further notice. However, on Sundays and Wednesdays the church will live stream services at 10.00am on the church website - - and also on the church Facebook page. They invite you to join them for these virtual services.

26 March 2020

Coronavirus - Update (6)

Meat in The Square write: "Due to overwhelming orders, requests for home delivery and unpredictable stock we cannot continue to offer a counter service at the moment. Please leave your order on the answerphone, email us or drop a note through the door and we will contact you to arrange collection or delivery in the next few days. To reduce risks to all, only 2 customers to be in the shop at any time." Tel: 01903 771771 - Email:

Angmering Sports & Social Club in Decoy Drive has closed until further notice.

Charity Shops - Please do NOT take any items to charity shops and leave them outside their doors as they are closed for the duration and cannot handle them. Hold any such item(s) until the shops re-open again.

Green Waste Club has circulated the following: "Our priority has always been to keep our team safe and well, while ensuring that we provide the best possible service to our customers. In line with current government advice, most of our Call Centre staff are now working from home whilst our Operational team are currently working as normal to collect your waste on the scheduled collection day. However, due to this crisis, you may see some delays which are outside of our control. Please be assured that we are taking steps to minimise the effect of any potential delays."

The Skatepark and BMX track plus the exercise equipment at Mayflower Park are now closed and not to be used until further notice

25 March 2020

25 March 2020

Angmering Planning Applications

A/32/20/PL: Erection of 1 No. detached low-profile bungalow with attached garage. This application is a Departure from the Development Plan & may affect a Public Right of Way. White Lodge, Hangleton Lane, Ferring.

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 April 2020.

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 March 2020

Coronavirus - Update (5)

Following the Government's tightening of restrictions from today, Angmering Framing & Stitches and Juna Home & Garden both announced that they are now closed until further notice. The Barbers Lounge has also closed

If you need assistance with such things as collecting supplies/picking up prescriptions/friendly chat on the phone/posting a letter please contact the Angmering Parish Council office on 01903 772124 or email and they can help or put you in touch with a volunteer from the village. If you are able to volunteer please also contact the office and they can hold your details for when help is needed.

Haskins Garden Centre is now closed until future notice.

Big Fry has now closed until further notice.

24 March 2020

Coronavirus - Update (4)

All Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRS) across West Sussex are now closed until further notice due to the current Covid-19 situation. This is to reinforce the need for social distancing, protecting staff and highway safety. At the present time, household recycling and waste collections continue as normal across West Sussex.

The Government has issued advice about disposing of rubbish should you have a confirmed or suspected case of Covid-19 in your household. Used tissues and disposable cleaning cloths should be put into a rubbish bag. The bag should then be put into a second bag and tied securely. You should then wait 72 hours before putting it in your outside bin. You are able to dispose of other household waste as normal.

Jeffrey's Hairstylists & The Beauty Room has closed from today (Monday 23rd) until further notice.

Meat in the Square - "The shop will be open from 9.30 - 2.30 Tuesday to Friday (stock allowing). The first hour we would like to reserve for the most vulnerable customers so if you can come later please do. 2.30pm - 430pm collections by those self- isolating but able to collect their orders and as many home deliveries as we can manage. Saturday 8.30am - 2.00pm - normal service (no deliveries). To reduce risks to all, only 4 customers to be in the shop at any time. Please help us to help you! NHS Frontline Staff and Key workers who cannot make these times please contact us by email to organise how we can help you"

Maverick Hair Studio closed this evening (Monday 23rd) until further notice.

23 March 2020

Supermarket priority opening times

Co-op Angmering : dedicated daily shopping hour - between 9.30am and 10.30am - for the elderly and vulnerable

23 March 2020

Coronavirus - Update (3)

Buses - From now, and for the duration of the outbreak, residents can use their passes prior to 9.30am on weekdays. There is no time limit anyway at weekends. All bus pass holders are urged to follow Government guidance on social distancing when travelling on public transport.

Public Houses in Angmering - All are now closed.

Tea in the Square - has now closed.

Bengal Tandoori (Downs Way) - restaurant closed but they are now doing a free delivery service. (see our Traders Directory for contact details or check their Facebook page for menu)

Roundstone Farm Shop are only taking orders for fresh fruit and veg. By all means ask for eggs, milk, bread, pasta and tin foods and if they have it they will include it. All orders will be made up and ready for collection the following day. Please let them know what you require and the amounts. Tel: 01903 366696 - Email:

Lloyds Pharmacy - Revised opening hours: Mon - Fri: 9.30pm to 5.00pm; Sat: 9.00pm to 4pm. Within these times pharmacy will be closed between 1.00pm and 2.00pm (Mon - Sat). They have introduced a waiting zone 2 meters from the counter for patients to wait behind to be served.

22 March 2020

Coronavirus - Update (2)

The Angmering Community Centre has today issued the following statement:

In the light of Government advice and consideration for our staff and clients, The Board of Trustees for the Centre have taken the difficult decision to close the Community Centre after the last class Friday 20th of March 2020. Most of the current classes have been cancelled already by those organising them so we hope the impact of the closure is minimal on everyone. The closure will remain in force until April 30th 2020, when the Trustee's will review the situation after taking into consideration the current Government advice at that time. We recognise that the Centre is an important hub for our Community, and we regret any inconvenience that this may cause. If you have need to make contact with regards to the Centre for whatever reason, please email as we will be monitoring the emails and post. If at all possible, please can you pay any invoices by Bacs. We look forward to welcoming you all back to the Centre as soon as possible.

The Co-op store in the village now has a dedicated daily shopping hour - between 9.30am and 10.30am - for the elderly and vulnerable in the community to enable them to "complete their regular shop". The shop will now shut at 8pm every night until further notice. Wherever possible, they are encouraging people to make contactless card payments (cash will still be accepted)

Tea in the Square has posted:

Just to let customers know that we are making all efforts to remain open during the Covid-19 pandemic and will remain open as long as we are permitted to. We have freshly baked Victoria sandwich, coffee & walnut and lemon drizzle cake plus homemade viennese whirls and bread pudding. Tomorrow (Saturday 21 March), due to popular demand, we will be baking cheesy marmite scones and taking orders tonight. Please let us know if you would like to collect some tomorrow (Saturday) from 11am onwards. Tel: 07958 109106

Big Fry is open as usual but requests contactless card payment if possible to avoid the handling of money.

The Spotted Cow has closed its restaurant but is continuing to serve drinks.

Meat in the Square are offering some daily delivery options. Shafiques delivers daily between 5pm and 10pm. (see our Traders Directory for contact details)

Angmering Framing and Stitches, Juna, and Cloudberry Boutique are all offering a free local delivery service. As indicated in an earlier update, Cloudberry have shut their shop but their internet business is still operational. (see our Traders Directory for contact details)

Roundstone Farm Shop is still open but their tea shop has closed.

Maverick Hair Studio is offering a 20% discount to students and NHS workers.

20 March 2020

Coronavirus - Waste Disposal

20 March 2020

More houses approved

At Arun's Development Control Committee meeting last week, a further 160 homes were approved for construction in Angmering. These will be built by Gladman Developments Ltd on land on the west side of Arundel Road which would also include the present New Place Nursery commercial site. The development would provide 1,393 square metres of commercial floorspace and land for new sports pitches and include planned improvements to the Palmer Road sports hub. The existing business units would be demolished as part of the scheme.

18 March 2020

Coronavirus - Update (1)

There are changes at Angmering Medical Centre. In view of the developing circumstances surrounding the spread of Covid-19 and in line with NHS England policy, you will not be able to book routine or face to face appointments for the foreseeable future. All health concerns will be dealt with using their telephone triage system and they may offer video consultation. Face to face appointments will only be offered after speaking to a clinician. If you have a fever or new cough please self-isolate for 14 days and use 111 online for further information. Please download the NHS app to order prescriptions online or post the request in Centre's letter box.

Here are some businesses or organisations that will not be open or meet until further notice:

18 March 2020

Coronavirus - Social Distancing


18 March 2020

2020 Flower & Produce Show

Time to start planning your entries and planting schedule! The Angmering Flower & Produce Show Committee has advised that the Blake family has again kindly agreed for their gardens at Pigeon House, High Street, to be the venue for this years' show. It will be held on Saturday 25 July between 2pm and 4pm. Schedules with details of how to enter will shortly be available on the Committee's website and at outlets around the village.

5 March 2020

Parish Assembly 2020 (advance notice)

This year's Parish Assembly will be held on Wednesday 27 May at Angmering Community Centre between 18:00 - 20:00. It's the perfect evening to explore what's going on around the village - there will be a wide selection of groups, clubs and associations you could join. You can also meet various organisations that could help with everyday life such as top tips on recycling and where you should be reporting problems such as potholes! There will also be the opportunity to meet your Parish Councillors in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. All of this while enjoying a complementary glass wine, tea or coffee and a canape or two. It's a definitely a date for your diary. More details in May's edition of All About Angmering magazine or contact the Angmering Parish Council Office if you would like to have a stand at the event.

27 February 2020

First Twinned toilets in Sussex

Approximately 33 per cent of the world’s population do not have access to a toilet. This shocking fact was revealed by Cherry Redding of Pound Way, Bramley Green, earlier this month when it was announced that Angmering had become the first Toilet Twinned Village in Sussex. This was down to the initiative of Cherry who has been co-ordinating the campaign to raise money for sanitation projects in poor countries since January 2016. She has had support from schools, groups and individuals, who have all raised money for Tearfund’s Toilet Twinning project to help ‘flush away the world’s toilet troubles’.

Cherry, the wife of Ben Redding, pastor of Angmering Immanuel Church, said "Toilet Twinning was a quirky way to solve a serious problem and save lives. To achieve the award, the village has had various toilets twinned, in homes, schools and other venues. Funds raised went to Tearfund’s water and sanitation programme, which provides toilets, clean water and hygiene education in some of the world’s poorest countries."

Both St Margaret's CofE Primary School and The Angmering School have been much involved with fund-raising for this project, the former raising approx £1000 and the latter raising enough money to twin several school toilet blocks. Every toilet in St Margaret's school has a picture on the door showing it is twinned with a toilet somewhere in the world.

Cherry went on to say "Angmering villagers continue to respond, with plans underway for more toilet twins. I hope that groups might be inspired to club together and twin the toilets at the venue where they meet. Doubtless, individuals will continue to twin their own toilets and those of their friends and relations, since it is such a fun way to meet a very basic need.”

19 February 2020

Angmering Planning Applications

A/11/20/HH: Loft conversion and balcony and part conversion of garage to habitable use. Thatched Corner, Ham Manor Way

A/16/20/PL: Change of use from workshop to workshop storage space and first floor office space with external parking for works coaches. Downsview, Littlehampton Road

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 12 March 2020.

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".

19 February 2020

Snippets from the draft minutes of Angmering Parish Council's Meeting on 10 February 2020

Downs Way land
It was agreed that APC would not attempt to purchase the land due to several factors including not having the funds to purchase the land in 2019/2020 budget. APC councillors made it very clear that they would vehemently object to any house building on this site.

Community Centre green space - repair dips
It was a concern of the committee that, as it was not fully known what was under the ground, the proposed work may fail very quickly and result in a bigger problem. A geo-thermal survey had previously been discussed before any works were carried out. This type of survey would give clear indication of what was under the ground resulting in the correct works to be undertaken. It was agreed by all present that this survey should be commissioned.

Chandlers Site
It has been agreed that a small number of cars from local businesses in the village centre will be allowed to park in the car parking area. This will be a temporary arrangement until a final decision on the site is made. The area will be tidied up by Chandlers, I.e. removal of hanging pipes etc. The APC groundsman will be visiting the site once a week to keep the weeds and rubbish under control.

The full Minutes can be read here

17 February 2020

Police Report: 2 February to 9 February 2020

- Juniper Mead - Overnight on Wednesday 5 February there was an attempt break to a property where four windows were partially smashed; no entry was gained. Serial 0795 of 06/02.

- Downs Way - On Monday 3 February between 6.15 pm and 7.00 pm a grey/silver Vauxhall Astra was stolen. Serial 0085 of 04/02.

- Palmer Road -Overnight on Monday 3 February a Ducati 848EVO motorcycle was stolen. Serial 1088 of 04/02.

16 February 2020

Snippets from the draft minutes of Angmering Parish Council's CLEW Committee Meeting on 29 January 2020

Angmering in Bloom Report
AIB commented that they wish to have a board in St Nicholas Garden to show the archaeological dig which took place a few years ago and the Church as it is under the ground. They will be meeting with Worthing Archaeological Society to get some advice. A conversation has also taken place with County Councillor Deborah Urquhart about the possibility obtaining a grant, which they will be applying for, they will also be approaching the Heritage Group. Once funding is obtained the design and location will be discussed. It was suggested that this could become a community project.

Lighting on The Dell
(This) regarded street lighting and the times that the lights went off at night particularly on The Dell. They reported that residences were concerned and would like them to stay on at night. Cllr Hamilton-Street advised that this would be something that came under WSCC. The members of the public (present were) advised that they would let the APC Office know the roads and timings of the lights.

Community Events
It was agreed by all present that the Fun Dog Show will take place on Saturday 11 July 2020.

APC would look to hold a Screen on the Green event late August, early September. The size of the screen was also considered, and it was agreed that a suitable size would be 6m by 3m which would allow for a maximum audience size of approximately 800 people. Cllr. R Evans suggested that the Rugby Club could be the ideal venue. It was agreed by all present that the Rugby Club should be approached to see if this was possible. If the event is to go ahead a public vote on which films to be shown will go ahead.

VE Day Event proposals
A discussion took place regarding bunting for this year’s VE day celebrations. It was agreed that the APC Office would contact the primary schools to ask if they would be interested in making the bunting. Cllr. Alison Reigate commented that a donation of fabric to make the bunting should be looked into.

Sculpture on WSCC land
Cllr. Hamilton-Street talked through the supporting paper, so all were aware of the project. A large part of the conversation then centered around the best location for the sculpture as it could potentially be in place for 12 years. One concern was the size of the sculpture as this could have an impact on location. It was also confirmed that APC would have no direct commitment other than providing assistance to find a suitable site. A discussion took place on possible locations as well as their preferred location next to the Angmering Community Centre. Cllr. R Evans suggested the centre of the Blue Star or Roundstone roundabouts.

Terracycle Project
Cllr. A Evans updated the committee regarding the Terracycle project. Information was given on locations of the collection boxes and the various conversation that had taken place regarding collecting the recycled items. A discussion took place and it was agreed that clear signage needed to be in place outlining what could and could not be recycled. Cllr. A Evans finished by outlining his forward plan and commented that the Schools he had approached were very much on board with the project. The project will be officially launched on Monday 3 February 2020.

The full Minutes can be read here

16 February 2020

Police Report: 26 January to 2 February 2020

- Roundstone Lane - Overnight on Wednesday 8 January a building site was broken into and a large quantity of tools stolen. Damage as also caused to the show house. Serial 0223 of 09/01.

- Ecclesden Lane - Overnight on Wednesday 8 January an office was broken into and three Samsung tablets, a laptop and desktop computer was stolen. Serial 0297 of 09/01.

5 February 2020

A27 Arundel Bypass - Consultation

Did you take part in the consultation around proposals to improve the A27 at Arundel, that took place last year, from 30 August to 24 October? If yes, Highways England are holding a further review period from 3 February until 1 March.

In looking at the responses to last year’s consultation, and having completed a thorough review of all the materials that we produced, Highways England identified some issues with the way that some information was presented. To correct this, they have published some ‘errata documents’ which outline the corrections they've made, and the impact of them. They affect the following documents:

The corrections can be inspected at Angmering Library.

4 February 2020

Angmering Planning Applications

A/5/20/PL: Glebe Farm, Honey Lane. Readvertisement due to amended site address. Conversion of the Flint Barn & Garage Barn into 2 No. studio apartments for holiday accommodation for artists. This application may affect the character & appearance of the Angmering Conservation Area.

A/6/20/L: The Old Cottage, Station Road. Listed building consent for the re-roofing & upgrading of entre roof; repointing existing brickwork & replace cracked, unventilated chimney pot with new clay; works to fascia & guttering; replace lead roof over bay window; flashing to existing bathroom; installation of timber stud firewall in loft space along party wall & repoint brick work & fling walling as required.

A/13/20/PO: Merry England Nursery, Dappers Lane. Modification of Planing Obligation dated 27/06/2017 (Section 106 Agreement pursuant to A/142/16/OUT for 18 new dwelings) to vary the type & mix of permitted affordable housing (5 No. units).

A/171/19/PL: Rustington Golf Centre Driving Range, Golfers Lane. Alterations to fencing.

A/8/20/HH: 16A Cumberland Road. Construction of single storey front and rear extensions and conversion of garage into habitable accommodation.

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 27 February 2020.

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".

4 February 2020

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