Angmering Village Life
Want to transform your furniture this Easter weekend? If so, Juna Home & Garden in the village centre are running an amazing offer to get you started . Buy a 750ml can of Rustoleum chalky finish paint, 400ml of clear wax and a furniture paint brush for only £30 - this is a saving of £8 off rrp.
Owners Justin and Nina said: "We have a fantastic range of colours and are always here to offer advice. So get busy this Easter weekend and give that old piece of furniture a makeover".
See Juna's website at https://www.facebook.com/JunaHomeandGarden/ for what the shop has to offer and examples of how you can renovate and transform your own furniture.
The annual Village Flower & Produce Show will be held on Saturday 14 July (2.00 pm) at Pigeon House in the High Street.
There will be approximately 80 classes within the following categories:
Look out for the Schedule of Classes and Application Forms which will become available in outlets in the village during April onwards. They will also shortly be available at www.angmeringflowershow.co.uk.
Following the resignation of Cllr Susan Francis last month, Cllr John Oldfield was elected as Chairman of Angmering Parish Council at its meeting on 12 March.
Representatives from Hallmark Care Homes will be holding a consultation session and will be showing plans of the proposed new care home at Pound Place, Roundstone Lane, Angmering. The consultation will be held between 4pm and 7pm on Wednesday 21 March 2018 in Angmering Library.
Representatives will be available to answer any questions and welcoming any feedback from the local community.
Angmering Parish Council has announced that it is working with a developer to progress their interest in the former Chandlers site in the village centre. Their interest is based upon a detailed development proposal, further details of which will be released when appropriate, hopefully within the next two months. Angmering Parish Councillor, David Marsh, added: "It is hoped to produce a mix of Commercial, Residential and community buildings. Details will be made available at a later date (commercially sensitive but not secret) and a full local consultation is planned".
BUS ROUTE CHANGES
Monday 12th March to Friday 23rd March 2018
Stagecoach have now announced that due to the closure of Station Road, Angmering for traffic calming works, service 9 buses will need to divert via A259 Roundstone bypass, Roundstone Lane and the High Street in both directions. Customers who would normally board/alight at the bus stops near Dell Drive and North Drive in Station Road are advised to join the service at either Angmering Station or Angmering Village Green instead.
For buses going to Littlehampton, it is assumed that the temporary bus stop put near Pearl Dental by The Green (and then taken away) will be put back again and that Littlehampton/Arundel buses will then go via Water Lane - Weavers Hill - Roundstone Lane - A259 - Angmering Station. Buses to Worthing will no doubt use the reverse route but will stop outside Tea in the Square.
Further to our article of 23 February, WSCC / Balfour Beatty have advised that the "recent inclement weather and discovery of unforeseen site conditions have caused delays in the works programme for this schemes delivery. In order to ensure that works within closer proximity to the school can be completed during the Easter School holiday period adjustments to the programme have had to be made at short notice".
Work is expected to take place between Monday 12th March 2018 and Friday 16th March on several points along Station Road, Angmering to install tabletops and speed cushions for traffic calming purposes. Locations are:
During this next period of work, traffic management will consist of a 24 hour road closure, for which a diversion route will be in place. Access will always be provided to residents within closed areas and Mill Road, from the south (via A259) although there may be some delay to ensure the site is safe to pass through. The planned work is subject to changes due to weather conditions, equipment breakdown or emergency work taking priority.
To read the full statement by WSCC / Balfour Beatty on the current situation, click here (PDF file).