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Welcome to The Pulborough Society 

The Pulborough Society holds seven lively and entertaining meetings a year.

We produce an informative newsletter before each meeting, highlighting issues of concern to the Society and our members.

All our meetings are held in the village hall, and this allows our members to discuss any concerns they might have and how we as a society can help.

The guest speakers at our meetings (see News & Events) are always interesting and diverse;
if you are a non-member and would like to come along and see if the Society has anything to offer you, we charge just £2.

Next Meeting: 

Wednesday 30th January 2019 2:30 pm Pulborough Village Hall


THE HISTORY OF THE PULBOROUGH BROOKS
The talk will cover the Pulborough Brooks and surrounding area, going back before the Bronze Age right up to the present day.
 

STANDING AGENDA


PLANNING
PLANNING – Conservation Areas
A Conservation Area designation introduces controls over the way owners can alter or develop their properties. Local Planning Authorities are obliged to carry out occasional reviews of Conservation Areas in their districts.
In September last year, we advised that Horsham District Council had announced a review of the two Conservation Areas in Pulborough Village, namely the Church Place and Lower Street Conservation Areas (the small Conservation Area in Nutbourne was not included in this review). This was the first time these Conservation Areas have been reviewed since they were set up in 1973.

There were no changes to the proposals following the review, and the Conservation Areas have now been extended as follows and now include:
A. the railway land including the Grade II listed signal box and station buildings
B. the land West of Swan Corner to incorporate the Masonic Hall and the former bank
C. the land on the Western side of London Road from Church Place up to (but not including) the Police Station
D. the land in Lower Street up to Allfrey’s Court
E. Old Rectory Lane, including the bowling green, Lane End and Tranque Four
F. St Mary’s Cottages, the upper parts of Potts Lane and the four detached properties adjoining it.
G. Grade II listed Court Cottage in Rectory Lane
H. Lower Street between Barnhouse Lane and Beaumont Drive
I. the Eastern end of Lower Street up to Mare Hill Road

OUTINGS

None currently planned.


LUNCH

Society Christmas Lunch at The Oddfellows Arms Pulborough on Wednesday 5th December at 12.30 pm.

Price £18 per head for two courses and coffee.


Main course:

Dessert:


Interested?  e-mail: chair@pulboroughsociety.org





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