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Barnes Cottage development
A Full Planning Application has been submitted for the 51 housing units on the field behind the Farmers Pub. This is the largest development proposed for the village in over 40 years (see Plan). More details of the application and links to the MSDC Planning Portal are given on our News page. Whether you support or object to this proposal it is likely to go ahead so it’s important that you have your say and comment.
Events in May & June
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Three generations of the Gower family lived in Scaynes Hill for a period of about 90 years ...
Posted 02 Dec
Following the success of 2016 we are once again making arrangements for open gardens in aid of St Peter ...
Posted 12 March
My wife is a keen all-weather gardener. I just help out with the lawn mowing and hedge cutting now ...
Posted 11 Apr
Tue 8th May @ 20:00
Quiz Night at the Sloop Inn - £2 entry fee for an evening of testing questions and some fun.
Wed 9th May @ 14:00
WI meeting in Millennium Centre with speaker Sally Botwright - a London Guide. Visitors welcome.
Grow for the Village Show
The Village Show celebrates its 40th anniversary this year by going back to use the Schedule from 1978, which includes a lot of vegetables and some flowers that have not been usual in recent years. In order to maximise participation the Schedule is being published (click here) now so that growers can plant the right things to be able to enter at the later than usual date of 1st September. Why not have a go!
Sun 6th May @ 14:00 - 22:00
Beer & Blues Festival at the Sloop Inn in aid of Building Heroes with lots of great bands/acts. Voluntary contribution of £5.
Wed 9th May @ 18:30 - 19:30
Community Choir rehearsal in the school. New members welcome.
Sun 13th May @ 15:00 - 17:00
Chailey Windmill and Rural Life Museum open to the public. Entry £1 (adults) 50p children (10-16)
Mon 14th May @ 20:00
LRPC Annual Meeting of the Council in King Edward Hall, Lindfield
Fri 18th May
Deadline for submission of comments to MSDC on the Planning Application for 51 new houses behind the Farmers
Sat 19th May @ 14:30
Chailey Commons Society Spring Walk. Meet at the Memorial Common car park by the A272
Sun 20th May @ 19:30
Film Night - 'The Greatest Showman' at Wivelsfield Village Hall. See details