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Wednesday FILM NIGHT ~ 2nd September 19:00 for 19:30

This month's film:: THE SECOND BEST MARIGOLD HOTEL
This is the expansionist dream of Sonny (Dev Patel) who is about to marry the love of his life, Sunaina (Tina Desai). Sonny has his eye on a promising property now that his first venture, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel for the Elderly and Beautiful, has only a single remaining vacancy posing a rooming predicament for fresh arrivals Guy (Richard Gere) and Lavinia (Tamsin Greig). Evelyn and Douglas (Judi Dench and Bill Nighy) have now joined the Jaipur workforce, and are wondering where their regular dates for Chilla pancakes will lead.

Tickets 5 each, available in the Village Shop, or on the door

Canine Capers ~ Sunday 6th Sept 11:30 Jubliee Field

The village's own fun dog show on the recreation field. Gates open at 11:30 and weather permitting we will all have a fun day - come along and watch even if you don't have a dog to bring !!

More details in the Sept Parish Newsletter.

Lurgashall defibrillator - back

The refurbishment of the BT phone box is complete and the de-fibrillator is back in its place.

Lurgashall FETE ~ Saturday October 17th 18:00 V.Hall

It's that time again for the fete funds distribution. All involved in the fete welcome to attend.

Lurgashall Arts & Crafts exhibition ~ 20-22 November 2015

6th Lurgashall Arts & Crafts exhibition to take place in the Village Hall. More volunteers needed to help organise this tri-annual exhibition. Contact Sue Lambot: 707 419

Cricket Fixtures 2015

Fixtures at Lurgashall in the coming weeks are as follows:-
Saturday Aug 29th 1.00pm Lurgashall v Grayshott II
Saturday Sept 5th 1.00pm Grayshott III v Lindford
Sunday Sept 6th 2.00pm Phil Carr, Milland
Saturday Sept 12th 1.00pm Lurgashall v Headley II
Sunday Sept 13th 2.00pm Hammer Bottom Butsers
Saturday Sept 19th 1.00pm Grayshott III v Kingsley
Sunday Sept 20th 2.00pm Hammer Bottom Butsers
As in previous years, the Hammer Bottom Butsers will once more be gracing the Lurgashall green sward on a number of Sundays with cricket at a more graceful pace.

ALLOTMENTS available in Lurgashall, Petworth

Lurgashall Parish Council has some spare allotments available to rent which are available now. Why not come to the Horticultural Show this August (Sat 16th 14:30) and see what others have grown on theirs this season !
Although preference would be given to parishioners, you don't have to be a resident of the parish in order to rent an allotment. So if you are looking or thinking of making a start with an allotment then contact the council for full details. Yearly rental (heavily subsidised by the PC) is only 20 per full plot or 10 per half plot if you want to make a start in a smaller way.

Southern Water installing meters ~ from end May

Southern Water meter installation program should reach Lurgashall GU28 9xx from the end of May. Their website is a bit out of date regards the program as we are still down for 2013 installation. Update: fitting meters in Hillgrove May2015 where new style stopcock with meter connection point fitted. However, they do have a Metering Call Centre on 0333 2003 014.
Announcements

Remember: our Parish Newsletter for a whole month of What's On in the parish and locally.
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Lurgashall Village Hall ~ This is its 100th year

The Lurgashall Village Hall now has its own website - see links at top left of this page.

Broadband Speed

From the "West Sussex Better Connected Dec 2014 newsletter".
Still Northchapel exchange is "Blue - Under Evaluation" status. I emailed the project about the prospect of Northchapel getting high speed broadband but the reply I got was not promising. As I understand it the cabinet serving Lurgashall (called Northchapel B) is so far away from Lurgashall that even if they did upgrade it to "fiber to the cabinet(FTTC)" the final copper lines to the premises our houses & businesses would still be so long as to limit the speed. Yes we may get the promised minimum 2Mbit.

If you go and look at their map you will see the ALL the exchanges in the north west of the county are status BLUE and none have been upgraded. Petworth is the closest where work appears to have been done.

Plus find what speed you and your neighbours are getting at
www.thinkbroadband.com/speedtest.html,   speedof.me/   www.broadbandspeedchecker.co.uk/,   www.dslchecker.bt.com/   www.uswitch.com/broadband/speedtest/,   www.mybroadbandspeed.co.uk/,   www.broadbandspeedtest.org/,   speedtest.btwholesale.com   speedtest.gammatelecom.com   www.samknows.com  

Salt BINS 2013-14

As no roads in the parish of Lurgashall are on the WSCC main salt/grit routes, your parish council has joined a WSCC inititive to part fund additional salt bins situated at strategic locations around the parish. The map shows the salt locations as well as the strategic routes in/out of the village. Don't think we ever needed the salt this past winter, so the bins are already full for 2014/15. WSCC advice & info on winter maintainance is available here.
View Lurgashall Salt Bins in a larger full google map window.

South Downs Local Plan

The Local Plan (formerly the Local Development Framework) is the document that sets out how we will shape future development in the Nation Park. Consultation on the Plan is open throughout April at the SDNP website.
Neighbourhood Watch
Lurgashall
New easier to find Neighbourhood Watch section now on it's own page. Follow the link at the top left of this page or Neighbourhood Watch
Police:999 or 101
Charles Allis email: nw @ lurgashall.org.

Events Past

Lurgashall Fete 2014 ~ Saturday 7th June


Sat 7th June
opens 14:00


The Lurgashall Fete comes around again. See the full details on p17 of the June Newsletter (or download from left sidebar)

Lurgashall Fete has gone all modern this year and we do have a twitter feed @LurgashallFete if you want to just follow events or even join in.

Common Land Explained

Good introductory article on common land

Aviation based talks in Chichester

AirACES Aviation talks starting January 2013 with 'The World Air Speed Record' set by Neville Duke along the Sussex coast in 1953