Angmering Village Life
Angmering Cricket Club are seeking new players to join their Sunday side. The club play friendly fixtures in Angmering and across Sussex. All ages and abilities are welcome. Anyone interested in joining the side should contact Phil Mitchell on 07828 523409. The side have a good number of fixtures remaining that new players can be involved in:
30th June: St Peters (Away)
7th July: Old Barn (Home)
14th July: RAM Sunday XI (Home)
21st July: Moulsecoomb and District (Away)
28th July: Rudgewick (Away)
11th August: Worthing Gentlemen (Home)
1st Sept: Lewes Priory (Home)
8th Sept: Brighton and Hove Crescent (Away)
15th Sept: Zambuca Tigers (Home)
22nd Sept: Old Barn (Home)
29th Sept: Beeding and Bramber (Home)
6th October: Lancing Manor (Away)
The club would like to thank its sponsors, David O Jones sports shop, Projects Abroad, The Honey Pot Air B&B and Sussex Mobiles for their continued support.
A/76/19/HH - Raise garage roof approximately 260mm, to allow for sufficient height inside garage to convert to usable room at 43 Cumberland Road. Applicant: Mrs S Walley.
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 July 2019.
Angmering South Ward
There have been 3 applications for the 2 seats to date with the possibility of a 4th being received shortly.
Chestnut Tree House
The Council approved a grant of £300 to St Barnabas/Chestnut Tree House for its Hospice Outreach Project.
Kingston Parish Council
Angmering Parish Council refuted the claims by Kingston Parish Council to extend its northern boundary up to the A259.
The Council agreed that its website needed to be streamlined.
Further development of sites in
Meetings have been held or are to be held with Cooper-Adams and Henry Adams (respectively) and including Angmering Community Land Trust, regarding the possible future development of land in the south of Angmering: a) north of the A259 and b) south of the A259 near the A280 roundabout. (Editor's note: draft plans have been drawn up for 66 dwellings near the A280/A259 roundabout which would include 30% affordable homes. These can be viewed on APC's website under Supporting Documents of Meeting Minutes).
The full Minutes can be read here
Police are seeking witnesses after a motorcyclist died near Angmering. Just before 4.40pm on Monday (17 June) emergency services were called to the A280 Water Lane, Angmering, near to the roundabout junction with Titnore Lane, after the 30-year-old Littlehampton man riding his motorcycle east in Water Lane had come off the machine and collided with a road sign. Sadly he died at the scene. No other vehicle was involved.
Police are appealing for any witnesses who may have seen the motorcycle just prior to the collision to contact Sussex Police online or by calling 101, and quoting Operation Brook.