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Council News By Cllr Martin Dale


Memorial Garden At the time of writing this article work has just started on the new Memorial & Peace Garden op- posite the library and is hopefully nearing a state of completion as you are reading this, ready for the official opening ceremony on 14th August. We very much hope that this garden will become a well used feature of our community and will be a fitting tribute to all those from the Pulborough Parish who have given their lives in times of conflict, as well as to recognise the invaluable work of those men, women and chil- dren from Pulbor- ough who worked on the home front during the two World Wars. So far, all the money for this project has come from non-


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taxpayer sources, which we appreciate is an impor- tant issue during this time in which many people are struggling financially.


Dog Fouling


This continues to be one of the most frequent com- plaints the Council receives, in addition to the lack of foul waste bins around the village. However, neither of these are the responsibility of the Parish Council and unfortunately we do not have the legal power to take any action on either of these mat- ters. Instead, we firstly encourage responsible pet ownership and sec- ondly, we encourage anyone spotting illegal fouling – that is not clear- ing up afterwards – to report it to Horsham Dis- trict Council.


Planning Matters


The application to build 103 houses on land south of Stane Street Close is expected to be determined this month, and the Parish Council hope that per- mission will be refused on grounds of appearance, settlement coalition, dangerous access, sewerage


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