Forthcoming Bardown Road Closure Details – Stonegate – 22nd July

MAP BARDOWN ROAD STONEGATE -22.7.2021

Please click on the link above to access details of the road closure.

 

Please be aware that the following works will be carried out:-

 

 

 

C214 Bardown Road, Stonegate

 

 

 

Temporary Road Closure

 

 

From the junction with the C214 Stonegate Road to the junction with the C214 Station Road, works are a distance of approximately 2092 metres.

 

22nd July 2021

 

works anticipated to take one day to complete.

 

 

 

To allow BT Openreach to carry out apparatus repair works.

 

 

 

 

Diversion via: –  C214 Stonegate Road – B2099 Shovers Green – High Street – C83 Church Street – Wardsbrook Road – Myskyns Road – Cottenden Road and vice versa.(please see map attached)

 

Advance warning signs will be placed on site advising of actual date of works

 

If you need to discuss this further please contact:

 

Sunbelt Rentals Ltd (on behalf of BT Openreach) on 03700 500 792

Annual Council Meeting – 4 May 2021

Annual Meeting Agenda

 

You are invited to the Annual Council Meeting of

Ticehurst Parish Council

which will be held on

4th May  2021

via zoom  – link will be advertised on the Parish Website

The meeting will include the election of the Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Council for the 2021/22 Council Year

The Public and Press have a right and are invited to attend.

S Burley

Chairman of the Parish Council

7th April 2021

His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Ticehurst Parish Council sends condolences on behalf of the people of the Parish to Buckingham Palace on the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Buckingham Palace Statement on the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Book of condolence

Buckingham Palace have opened an online Book of Condolence and you can send a message of condolence by clicking on the centre image link here.

Please Remain Cautious – Rother is yet to reach peak Covid numbers

There has been much press recently about the behavioural relaxations across the country as the peak passes, but there are pockets of areas where, according to the statistics, the peak has yet to be reached.  We are one of those areas, here in Rother.

Whilst the news that relaxations are on the way is very welcome, we would be wise to maintain distancing for a while longer, so please do remain cautious and pass on the image attached here to your friends and relatives in the area.

The 18 parts of the UK that are yet to pass the peak