The following has been brought to the Council's attention:
"Sometime on Monday evening someone deposited a large boot full of junk in our field. We had to clear the area so that we could get through the gate.
We contacted HDC and someone called us back and we gave the details. She said we shouldn’t have moved the rubbish as moving it onto the verge could be called fly tipping!!
Anyway, she is going to arrange for the rubbish to be removed and we have to pay a £50 charge."
What should you do if you are in this situation: try and move as little as possible and report the fly tipping to West Sussex County Council on
Jonna, Clerk to Rudgwick Parish Council
The Parish Council have been advised that a resident has mislaid a set of three keys on a fob. If located please can you post through the mail box at Rudgwick Hall and the Clerk will return to the owner.
Sarah Hall Assistant Clerk
The Council has been made aware of certain concerns within the village regarding the admissions policy at Hawkridge, which has been under the management of Mount Green Housing Association since 2017. Like all housing associations Mount Green are under pressure from regulators to fill vacancies within very short periods, but they continue to give priority to local people who satisfy the relevant criteria for sheltered social housing when vacancies arise.
We are satisfied that Mount Green are operating their admissions policy in a manner that is consistent with both the terms of Miss Briggs’ will and the governing documentation of the Hawkridge Housing Association.
As Hawkridge Housing Association no longer exists, and its previous committee members are no longer involved, anyone who retains any concerns about this should be directed to Mount Green Housing Association. Details can be found on their website: https://www.mountgreen.org.uk/ "
The application process for children due to start school in September 2020 will begin on Monday 7 October 2019.
A poster will be displayed on council noticeboards.
• Apply online at www.westsussex.gov.uk/admissions
• Applications can be made between 7 October 2019 and 15 January 2020
• Special rules apply for house movers until 15 February 2020
• Further information for parents is available on our website now
Staff are available to support on 03330 142 903 Applications made after the closing date cannot be considered until all on time applications have been processed. This may mean it is not possible to offer a child a place at a local school. WSCC Education team would therefore be grateful if all parents apply by the closing date.
Dear Clubs and Society committees,
Rudgwick Parish Council would very much like to provide parishioners with details of the different activities that can be accessed in Rudgwick, e.g. Book Exchange, Games Hub, Preservation, Arts and Gardening Societies, Scouts.........
If you would like information to be available on the website, please note you will have to inform the clerk if there are any changes to contact details/website. I am sure you agree that there is nothing as frustrating to have contact details which are incorrect. There are currently two sample information boxes and if you would like to send information in one of these formats, please do.
For further information/to provide contact details, please send an email to email@example.com or phone the clerk on 01403 822678 (NB working days are all weekdays except Thursday but currently sometimes working from home due to training commitments)