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46 Local News


and drainage amongst many other factors that make this application unsuitable for our village. The varying applications for Bartram House on Station Road are also still ongoing, and the Council is con- tinuing to keep a careful eye on the progression of this matter.


On a positive note, the application by Hepworth Brewery to relocate from Horsham to the Brins- bury Campus was permitted by Horsham District Council. We sincerely hope that this will bring with it an opportunity for new employment and training for our younger residents, as well as contributing to the local economy and helping to resolve the high speeds of


traf fic


passing along that stretch of the A29.


Parish Council meeting dates


July /August 2014 Planning & Services Committee - 7:30pm 3rd July at the Village Hall and 7th August at the Sports Pavilion Recreation & Open Spaces Committee - 7:30pm 10th July at the Sports Pavilion Planning (short) followed by Full Council - 7:15pm 17th July at the Village Hall Finance & Policy Committee - 7:30pm 24th July at the Sports Pavilion Please Note that Finance & Policy meetings are liable to be cancelled in the event of there being no items to discuss. Although there is only one meeting scheduled for August, in the event of an urgent matter arising during the month then additional meetings may be called at short notice. Please check the website for updates and agendas. All meetings are open to the public, who are free to enter and leave as they wish. Each meeting has a public participation session where individuals can have up to 5 minutes to address the Council (or up to 10 minutes if speaking on behalf of a local group, or up to 2 minutes if speaking on non-Agenda items). Speaking slots must be booked by no later than noon on the day before the meeting by contacting the Clerk.


If you wish to contact the Parish Council, please telephone 01798 873532. or e-mail the Parish Office at clerk@pulboroughparishcouncil.gov.uk


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