Buckingham Palace has confirmed the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Ardingly Parish Council joins the nation in sending our heartfelt condolences to the Royal Family
A Village book of condolence is available Monday to Sunday from today including the day of the funeral from 8am to 4pm in the hub at Hapstead Hall for those that wish to pay their respects
Anyone that wishes to make an entry at a time outside of these times should contact the Clerk at [email protected]
The book will close the day after the funeral
Alternatively, messages of condolence can be made online on the National Book of Condolence maintained by Buckingham Palace as follows;
Floral Tributes that the public wish to lay should be laid under the Oak on the grassed area in the Village Centre, The Parish Council politely asks that Parishioners take care to keep access pavements clear when placing their tributes
Ardingly Parish Council once again would like to express its deep sadness for the loss of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and take this opportunity to recognise her unwavering commitment to her serving the country and her dedication to her role as the nation’s monarch
Ardingly Parish Council are keen to ensure that Ardingly is a safe place to walk, and as nesting season is coming to an end and Summer Holidays are now upon us, they feel it is now the perfect time of year for you to contribute to the safety of Village by trimming your hedges right back to your property boundary and off the pavement so that the full width of the path can be used by pedestrians
This is especially important on College Road, Street Lane and the High Street where every inch of pavement is important!
Councillors will be walking around the Village in the coming weeks and identifying any dangerous overgrowth e.g., any overgrowth that forces pedestrians off the pavement and into the road and letters will be sent directly to individual homeowners that need to take action
The New contact number for the Parish Council/Clerk is as follows;
Please note the Clerk is a Part Time Employee and is usually available on this number as follows;
Mon/Tue/Wed 9.30am till 2.30pm
Thu 9.30am till 12.30pm
Any Calls/Messages received outside of the above times will not be responded to until the next “working day” as above unless of an Urgent nature
You are invited to the Ardingly village party to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Party June 2nd – 5th. Jubilee Weekend Poster
Meet your Parish Councillors and learn what is being worked on during 2022.
Join us for an informal evening where we can share what the Parish Council is working on, you can let us know what thoughts you have and find out how you can get involved! The meeting will be a drop in “Open Evening” where Parish Councillors and local businesses/ organisations will be providing information on any existing and upcoming initiatives for 2022. We hope to see you there!
7:30pm – 9.00pm, 26th May 2022
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ONE casual vacancy exists in the Office of Councillor for Ardingly Parish Council
For the Full Notice of the aforementioned vacancy please visit the Councillors page located under the Parish Council tab of this website
The Ardingly Annual Parish Meeting will be held on the
24th of May 22
in Hapstead Hall
starting at 7.30pm and finishing at 9pm
The format of the meeting will be a drop in “Open Evening” where the Parish Council and Local agencies will be providing information on any existing and upcoming initiatives for 2022
Parish Councillors will be in attendance
Refreshments will be provided
Please be advised that the latest time for delivery of candidate nominations and notices of withdrawal of candidature, namely Friday 29 October 2021, has now passed and the persons whose names appear in the link below stood validly nominated and, there being TWO vacancies, were duly elected without a contest.
Declaration of Result of Uncontested Election
Please Note: a copy of Ardingly Parish Council’s
NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS AND PUBLICATION OF UNAUDITED ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2021
and Annual Governance and Accountability Return 2020/21 (Part 3)
Can be viewed on the Finance Committee Page of this Website
Please see below for the Ardingly Parish Council response the 2nd Consultation:
APC Response to 2nd Consultation Sept 2020
Parishioners are reminded that all responses to the consultation MUST be received by MSDC by MIDNIGHT TONIGHT (28th)
Information to support you when making your response can be found on this Website (under the Development of the showground red car park SA25 tab) along with details of how to submit your response once complete.
ALL responses received by MSDC will be processed and provided to the planning inspector when the Site Allocations DPD is submitted for Examination.