Helping you prepare for severe cold weather

ColdAlert is a free service for Sussex residents, which alerts you to severe cold
weather events before they happen.


ColdAlerts are sent directly to you 24 to 48 hours before a cold weather event is
expected. You can choose how you receive coldAlerts either via mobile App, text,
automated voice message (to your home phone) or by email –
it’s easy and free!


Receiving a coldAlert can help you prepare by prompting you to heating your home, to stock up on supplies of hot food and drinks and medication, it can also act as a reminder to wear extra layers of clothing when going outside in the forecast cold
conditions.


Who should register for coldAlerts? Carers of elderly relatives or friends, parents of young children and people with health conditions (e.g. arthritis, heart or lung conditions) that worsen in severe cold weather, could benefit from receiving
coldAlerts.


To receive C
oldAlerts simply download the airAlert App (from the App Store or Google Play and subscribe to the coldAlert service), register at www.coldAlert.info or call us on 01273 484337.


The service is managed by the Sussex Air Quality Partnership www.sussex-air.net and funded by the Sussex local authorities & Public Health.
 

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SUSSEX WILDLIFE TRUST Events for NOVEMBER 2018

CHICHESTER                            Tuesday 27 November

Illustrated Talk by Rob Free on “Amphibians and Reptiles” of the Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust, to the Sussex Wildlife Trust,   Friends Meeting House, Priory Road, Chichester, PO19 1NX at 7.30 pm

Entrance members £3-00/visitors £4                         01243 262833             wheelchair access

 

CHURCH NORTON                  Friday 23 November

Afternoon Wildlife Walk from Church Norton with David Hart of the Sussex Wildlife Trust to look at shoreline birds and autumn flora and fauna.  Meet at church car park PO20 9DT,               Map Ref: SZ871956 from 1.00 pm until 3.30 pm.  Open to all.  Donation to the Trust appreciated.  Well behaved dogs on leads welcome

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RSPB Events for NOVEMBER 2018

CHARLTON                              Saturday 3 November

Morning bird walk in Charlton Forest with John Kelsall of the RSPB Chichester Local Group.  Meet at Charlton crossroads at 10.00 am; Map Ref: SU888131

01243 262833

 

CHICHESTER                            Thursday 22 November

Illustrated Talk by David Boag on “The Mediterranean Naturally” to the RSPB Chichester Local Group at Pallant Suite, Masonic Hall, South Pallant, Chichester PO19 1SY at 7.30 pm.

Entrance members £2-50/visitors £5-00                    01243 262833             wheelchair access

 

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Sussex Police Rural Crime Strategy

Sussex Police have recently adopted a new rural crime strategy download your copy here

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Vacancy for a Parish Councillor

Chichester District Council has advised that the Parish Council can now proceed to co-option of a parish councillor.

Are you looking for a new challenge?

Do you want to make a positive difference?

Would you like to influence decisions that affect your community?

If the answer is yes to these questions, then please consider putting your name forward for co-option to Earnley Parish Council.

If you wish to be considered for co-option then please take the time to submit your completed application form to the Clerk by 10am on Thursday 18th October 2018, interviews for this role will take place on Tuesday 23rd October after the planning committee meeting and co-option will take place on 22nd November 2018 at the full council meeting.

 

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Young People Needed!

Earnley Parish Council are in the process of arranging a commemortive event on Sunday 11th November 2018 commencing at 3.15pm.  We would particulary like to involve the children of the parish in this event. 

If you have a young person who is intersted in taking part please can you email me at clerk@earnleypc.org by Thursday 10am on 27th September 2018.  This will enable us to make plans and get orgnaised. 

More information on this event will follow shortly. 

Louise

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Land Settlement Association Newsletter

The September Newsletter is now available for your enjoyment

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Vacancy on the Parish Council

It is much sadness that I have to report that due to ill health Chris Charter has had to resign from the Parish Council.  Therefore we have a vacancy on the Parish Council.   For further information pease see a copy of the poster advertising the vacancy below: 

VACANCY FOR ONE COUNCILLOR

 

EARNLEY PARISH COUNCIL

 

  1. THERE IS A VACANCY ON THE ABOVE PARISH COUNCIL.

 

 

  1. A BY-ELECTION TO FILL THE VACANCY WILL BE HELD, IF WITHIN 14 DAYS (not counting Saturdays, Sundays, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Good Friday or Bank Holidays) FROM THE DATE BELOW, TEN (10) ELECTORS FOR THE PARISH WARD (in which the vacancy has occurred) OR PARISH (whichever applies) GIVE WRITTEN NOTICE TO REQUEST THAT THE VACANCY BE FILLED BY ELECTION TO THE RETURNING OFFICER, CHICHESTER DISTRICT COUNCIL, EAST PALLANT HOUSE, 1 EAST PALLANT, CHICHESTER, WEST SUSSEX, PO19 1TY (Telephone 01243 785166).

 

 

  1. THE NOTICE MUST BE GIVEN IN WRITING OR ON A FORM OBTAINABLE FROM THE OFFICE OF THE RETURNING OFFICER AND MUST INCLUDE THE ELECTORAL NUMBERS OF ALL ELECTORS REQUESTING THE FILLING OF THE VACANCY BY THE ELECTION PROCESS.

 

 

  1. IF NO SUCH NOTICE IS GIVEN WITHIN THE TIME ALLOWED, THE PARISH COUNCIL WILL FILL THE VACANCY BY CO-OPTION.

 

 

DATED      13th September 2018          SIGNED    L. Chater         

                                             Clerk/Chairman of the Parish Council

 

ADDRESS 1 Charlmead East Wittering Chichester West Sussex PO20 8DN

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Sussex Police response to police numbers article

You may have read in the newspaper recently that Sussex Police have the lowest number of officers per resident in the country.  Sussex Association of Local Council’s contact Katy Bourne  Sussex Police Crime & Commisioner to express their concern and gain clarification on the figures involed.  This is the link to her response

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CHICHESTER CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS Tasks for OCTOBER 2018

DUNCTON                               Sunday 21 October

Conservation – Heathland Management with Claire Wilton of the Chichester Conservation Volunteers on Lavington Common from 10.00 am          01243 788833 or 07952 054239                                                 

 

 

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