We have two new Councillors!
Welcome to Mark Stroude and Graham Smith, co-opted on 10th July
WILDLIFE IN BARCOMBE - THREE REPORTS
Twenty years of observations by Simon Linington and fellow naturalists are brought together in his informative, well-illustrated reports on the Wildlife of Barcombe Parish.
POLICE LAUNCH ONLINE CRIME REPORTING
Sussex Police have launched an online crime and incident reporting service. The idea behind the Single Online Home portal is to make it easier and faster for the public to pass on information. Two options are available - try the links below.
Note: 999 should always still be dialled in an emergency!
VEHICLE SPEED IN BARCOMBE CROSS
To gather evidence on vehicle speed in Barcombe Cross, the Parish Council commissioned a survey. Carried out by ESCC's Transport Monitoring Team between 27th November and 4th December 2018 at four locations, the exercise produced some interesting results...
And while on the subject, here's some thought–provoking info from Cambridgeshire County Council:
Control measure effectiveness (©Cambs CC - with thanks)
FLOODING - WHO DEALS WITH WHAT?
READ HISTORIC PARISH APPRAISALS
Survey-based Parish Appraisals from 1987 and 1996 are now available. Plus ça change...
POWER CUTS - PRIORITY SERVICE OFFERED
Those at risk during a power cut can now get specific support, thanks to a new scheme from UK Power Networks. And it's free.
To see who can benefit and what extra help is on offer, head over to UKPN's site by clicking the following link: http://bit.ly/2MyVdpL
DO YOU HAVE A SEPTIC TANK?
If the answer is 'yes', then you should know that from July 8th 2018, new rules applied to domestic septic tanks and small sewage treatment plants that discharge to surface water. Details are in the links below...
GOOD NEIGHBOURS SCHEME
Barcombe's own Good Neighbours scheme is now fully operational, and has already made life easier for a number of parishioners. To use the service or to volunteer your help, head over to barcombegoodneighbours.org.
COMMUNITY GRANTS AVAILABLE
Local community groups, voluntary organisations and sports/recreational clubs can apply for a grant from the Parish Council. Applications must be non-commercial, and the project must benefit residents of Barcombe parish.
ROAD SAFETY ADVICE OFFERED
A leaflet and slideshow covering road safety topics are available.
AGENDAS FOR NEXT MEETINGS
Links to Agenda(s) for the next Parish Council meeting will be posted below when available. Please check back if necessary.
MINUTES FROM PAST MEETINGS
Below are Minutes from the last five meetings. Older items can be explored from this page.