Angmering Village Life
From November 2nd 2020 Angmering Library opening days and times for browsing, collection & issuing of books will be as follows:
Tuesday - 1pm - 5pm
Thursday - 9am - 1 pm
Saturday - 9am - 1 pm
- Thyme Place - Overnight on Monday 19 October a garage was broken into and a black trial bike was stolen. Serial 0224 of 20/10. There was also a report from a neighbouring property of their vehicle having been tampered with and an attempt break to their garage; no entry was gained. Serial 1104 of 20/10
- Hornbeam Avenue - On Tuesday 20 October between 11.00 am and 4.30 pm a garage was broken into and tools and alcohol stolen. Serial 1023 of 20/10. There were two other neighbouring garages broken into, one had cigarettes and a lighter stolen (1056 of 20/10) and the other, confectionary stolen (1089 of 20/10).
- Verbena Drive - On Wednesday 21 October between mid-night and 10.00 am a garage was entered and a mountain bike stolen. Serial 0376 of 21/10. A neighbouring property also had their vehicle stolen from the driveway. Serial 0172 of 20/10.
- Pound Way - Between Friday 16 October and Friday 23 October an insecure garage was entered; food and alcohol was stolen. Serial 0119 of 24/10.
- Acacia Crescent - On Tuesday 20 October during the early hours of the morning a vehicle was broken into and a dash cam stolen. Serial 0361 of 20/10. There was also an attempt break to a neighbouring property's vehicle; nothing was reported stolen. Serial 0906 of 20/10. A further neighbour's vehicle was entered and prescription glasses were stolen. Serial 1161 of 21/10.
- Ashurst Way - Overnight on Monday 19 October an insecure vehicle was entered; brown Wayfarer sunglasses were stolen and a packet of face masks. Serial 0319 of 20/10.
If you saw or heard anything, or have any information about any of the above incidents please contact Police online at www.sussex.police.uk/contact/af/contact-us/ , email them at email@example.com or call 101, quoting the reference number provided. Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org
A/162/20/HH: Front and rear single storey extensions at 10 Henry Fletcher Close.
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 November 2020.
Dragons Teeth around Community Centre greenspace - The Clerk explained the research that was being undertaken, Cllr. N Hamilton-Street advised that residents would be consulted in the same way that they were regarding the play parks as would anything in an open area. Once all the information has been gathered, including spending, recommendations would be proposed, and views sought.
Report from West Sussex County
Councillor - Preparations for winter had started with 8 thousand
tons of grit ready to go, more information can be found on the WSCC website.
93% of West Sussex pupils were now back in school where the national average is 89%, Cllr, N Hamilton-Street commented that Angmering School had a 97.8% rate.
Work on the bridge over the A280 had started costing in the region of £120k..
Councillor Co-Option - Cllr. N Hamilton-Street introduced Suzanne Howland to the committee and thanked her for putting herself forward. The Clerk had previously shared the interview notes and questions were invited from the committee. After a short question and answer session Cllr. N Hamilton-Street advised the committee that it was now time to take a vote to decide if Suzanne Howland should be co-opted. The question was asked, all raised their hands in agreement and Suzanne Howland was officially co-opted. Suzanne will join the HTP committee.
Christmas Tree in The Square - After discussion and a vote, it was agreed that a 16ft tree should be ordered rather than an 18ft tree. 6 councillors voted in favour of a 16ft tree with 5 in favour of an 18ft tree.
Dips in Community Centre greenspace- (After a majority vote) it was agreed to go ahead with drilling the bore holes first and report back with the findings.
Chandlers' Site - Cllr. Marsh asked if there had been any developments regarding the Chandlers site and Suzanne Howland commented on the Facebook posts she had seen. The Clerk explained that the site was still owned by Chandlers therefore APC were not able to comment or make any decisions regarding its use.
The full Minutes can be read here
A/76/20/PL: 84 No. dwellings, public open space, play areas, associated infrastructure & landscaping. This applicationaffects a Right of Way. Land at Dappers Lane. Readvertisement due to amended plans.
A/150/20/T: Lateral reduction of South-Eastern corner to approx. 9m 1 No. Holm Oak (T1). Angmering Manor, High Street.
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 29 October 2020.