Bolney Neighbourhood Plan: The date of the Referendum on Bolney’s Neighbourhood Plan is 1 September 2016. The polling station will be open from 7 am to 10 pm at The Rawson Hall. Bolney Parish Council would like to have a massive level of support for the Neighbourhood Plan from Bolney’s electorate. Your votes are all vital for Bolney’s future.
If you expect to be away from Bolney on that day please note that you may register a new application to vote by proxy. New applications must be received by Mid Sussex District Council by 5pm on Tuesday 23 August. Information and forms may be downloaded from Mid Sussex District Council’s website http://www.midsussex.gov.uk/elections/postalproxy-voting/. You may scan or post your completed proxy forms to Mid Sussex District Council.
Further information on Bolney’s Neighbourhood Plan is available on http://www.midsussex.gov.uk/planning-licensing-building-control/planning-policy/neighbourhood-plans/bolney-neighbourhood-plan
On Friday 26 August between noon and 2pm members of the Neighbourhood Plan Team will be available at the Rawson Hall Café to answer your remaining questions on the Neighbourhood Plan. Printed copies of Bolney’s Neighbourhood Plan documents are available at the Rawson Hall Café and The Eight Bells Pub.
Bolney WI: The July meeting welcomed Julie Round, an author from Worthing. Mrs Round described how her life, moving around the South as her husband changed jobs encouraged her to write a succession of light novels. Following Village Day’s challenging weather, our Coffee Morning hosted by Judy was in brilliant sunshine and was very successful both financially and socially.
Just nine members enjoyed the cream tea which is our traditional August meeting in Jill’s beautiful garden.
At our September meeting on September 8th at 2.30pm in the Rawson Hall we shall welcome Ben Cross whose family has grown alstroemeria locally for the past three generations. (Perhaps some lady members of the Horticultural Society would like to hear how it’s done?!)
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