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VILLAGE NEWS

Neighbourhood Watch – News & Advice

Getting Extra Help With The Priority Services Register The Priority Services Register is a free support service to help people in vulnerable situations. Energy suppliers and network operators offer it. Each keeps their own register, although some...

Neighbourhood Plan Update

It’s been a little while so a quick update to keep you informed on the current status of the Neighbourhood Plan (NP) review. In discussion with our independent planning advisor, we are now working on the submission version of the draft plan to...

Wisborough Green School PTA News

Wisborough Green School PTA News It was a busy run up to Christmas for the children in school. Not only were they busy in class, but they also had the very important job of doing their Christmas shopping for their families. Thanks to the amazing...

WG Primary School News

Happy New Year! I hope that, despite the continued impact of the pandemic, you all managed to celebrate Christmas with your friends and family and made treasured memories to keep forever. The last few years have really highlighted the importance of...

County Cllr. Janet Duncton Writes

As ever the work doesn’t stop at either County or District Council level but fortunately it does ease somewhat from the middle of December which gives you time to draw breath and think more of the family and home. At District Council the majority...

Wisborough Green Minibus

Wisborough Green Division Registered Charity No: 1173818 Local Coordinator: Dave Wallace 47, Carters Way, Wisborough Green RH14 0BX Tel: 01403 700320   Email: davedavewallacedave@outlook.com To use the minibus you need to be a member of the Minibus...

Village Hall News

Coronavirus (Covid-19) At the time of writing, H.M. Government’s Plan B is now in place. At present the only change that we are aware of for users of the village hall is that Face Masks MUST be worn when entering, leaving or moving around the hall...

District Cllr. Gareth Evans Writes

Dear Residents, Happy New Year to you all! At the time of writing this address to you back in December we were waiting to see the impact the new Covid variant would have on us, but I sincerely hope that the start of 2022 is more positive than 2021...

Women’s Institute

The W.I. had a lovely Christmas ‘Pudding’ Party on the 2nd December.  Selections of puddings were supplied by members.  This was followed by a quiz.  Finally members were supplied with a black plastic bag and Christmas paper from which some really...

Coronavirus Update

The following update has been provided by Chichester District Council From Tuesday 14 December: fully vaccinated contacts of a COVID-19 case should take a daily lateral flow test for 7 days to slow the spread of the virus. those who test positive...

WG Table Tennis Club

We are now playing singles and doubles.  We are not many, as yet, so we look forward to seeing you in due course and when you feel safe. We are wiping tables (and the ball) between games and following precautions as you think fit - our own...

WG Horticultrual Society & Garden Club

Evening Lectures Postponed! Following the success of the August Bank Holiday Show the Horticultural Society was looking forward to a series of talks over the winter which included a talk by Juliet Sergeant who is a successful author, TV and radio...

WG Short Mat Bowls Club

Our first friendly match since Covid was played at Ewhurst on 7th December, with Ewhurst winning two mats to our one and 55 shots to 40 overall. Mat 1 - Jackie, Bernard and David L won 20-13 Mat 2 - Jennie, Marilyn and Keith lost 9-28 Mat 3 -...

VILLAGE EVENTS

St Peter’s Luncheon Club set to resume

Good news! St Peter’s Luncheon Club will start again in the New Year after nearly a two-year absence. Put 12.30pm on Thursday 20th January 2022 in your diaries! It will be a two course lunch for £7.50 and will include a glass of wine or soft...

Village Hall Annual General Meeting

Annual General Meeting The Annual General Meeting of the Hall will be held on Monday 31st January 2022 at 8.00 pm in the Main Hall. Please come along to enjoy a glass of wine and hear about the latest news.

PARISH COUNCIL

The Next Parish Council Meeting

The next Parish Council meeting will be held on Tuesday 18th January 2022 at 7.45 pm in the Village Hall. The Agenda is now publishedalong with the Clerk's Briefing Report. If you will be attending we request that you: Please wear a facemask unless...

Minutes of the Last Meeting

The draft minutes of the last extra-ordinary Parish Council meeting held on Tuesday 7th December 2021 are published here.

Neighbourhood Plan Review – Progress Update

Neighbourhood Plan Review - Progress Update The Neighbourhood Plan Working Group would like to thank all those who, yet again, responded to the latest consultation on the Neighbourhood Plan review. These responses are now being collated and...

Parish Council Vacancy

Following the resignation of Steve Rollinson, the Parish Council now has a vacancy. Statutory Notice advertising vacancy Parish Councillor advertisement

eWG Sign Up

Sign up for e-communication and receive update emails from the Parish Council. This will shorten lead times on messaging, offer the ability to communicate rapidly in emergencies and make, for instance, sending out a link for an online consultation...

BITS & BOBS!

Village Hall 50 Club Draw

The winner of the December draw is Sue Killingbeck who wins £75. The winner of the 2nd prize of £20 is Brian Smith. The winner of the GRAND CHRISTMAS DRAW who wins £500 is Christine Greenwood. The next draw will take place on Wednesday 12th...

Recipe of the month

Prawn Moilee I wanted to find a recipe this time that we could use over Christmas for left over turkey!  This is from the amazing Dishoom cookbook and originally they use prawns in this but I think you could easily substitute with turkey, pheasant,...

Wey & Arun Canal Trust News

The Wey & Arun Canal Waterwheel Did you know there is a waterwheel on the Wey & Arun Canal - and a unique one at that? At the southern end of the canal, on the Arun Navigation, you’ll find Lordings Lock and Orfold Aqueduct (a single...

St Peter’s Task Force

St Peter's 'Task Force' The Churchyard at St Peter’s is an historic record of successive generations, a home for funerary monuments of architectural and aesthetic excellence, a setting for the church itself and a place for reflection and prayer. ...

Things to do in the garden this month

The Gardener’s Calendar  by Ian Clemens Remove old Hellebore leaves to make the new blooms more visible as they emerge this spring. Remove any faded flowers from your winter pansies to stop them setting seed and to prolong flowering. Cut back the...

Family Support Work News

Dear Friends, What a year 2021 was! Starting in lockdown and ending with our carol service in Funtington, there were so many changes for us and for our families. But we made it through the year and are now excitedly looking toFamily Suppo what 2022...

Flag Raising Dates

The flag will be seen flying in Wisborough Green for the following days: 09 January - Birthday of the Duchess of Cambridge 20 January - Birthday of the Countess of Wessex

About Us

Wisborough Green lies in the northwest corner of West Sussex, astride the A272 east-west main road. The River Arun and its flood plain to the east and the heavily wooded high ground to the west maintain the essentially rural nature of the Parish and its separation from the commercial and residential development in Billingshurst and Petworth. Wisborough Green is a typical English village with a village green, public houses, pond, Church, village shop and Post Office in the centre of the village.

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