Thanks to the excellent (42%) response to the Roussillon car parking questionnaire, to which residents on every road here responded, our directors will have the benefit of some really valuable…
Due to the upcoming England game on Wednesday we have taken the decision to reschedule our AGM and a new date will be posted shortly. Thank you for your understanding!
The Rubbish Festival, this last weekend, was an outstanding success but it got me thinking about who benefitted the most. Was it...
We are pleased to announce that there are two new booklets on Graylingwell Chapel that shed light on the chapel and the history and human stories linked to it. They are available now online and hard copies will be available at the start of December
The Graylingwell Chapel steering group are on a mission! They are crossing the counties looking at examples of chapels, churches and repurposed buildings that have been transformed into working, successful and profitable community hubs.
We have received £14,800 from the Architectural Heritage Fund to develop the plans for Graylingwell Chapel. The grant will fund a project organiser and an architect to develop the ideas that have come out of the chapel consultations.
This is a rare opportunity to develop a new vision for Graylingwell Chapel; one that builds on the chapel’s character and heritage, fulfils the needs of the community and secures the chapel’s future.
With pressures of development in the local area, Brandy Hole Copse has become more important as a site for wildlife.
The Junior Ambassadors have created a piece of art that will be a permanent fixture in their community that the children are really proud of.
Meet Tim Lawrance-Owen, leader of the Graylingwell community garden since 2012. Modestly, Tim says “I’m not a good gardener but I know about making plants grow”.