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August Newsletter
Thursday 09 August 2018

Bosham Association 
representing the Village to elected and other authority

Road Safety
Such of your Committee who were not on holiday met and concerned themselves almost entirely with the minutiae of “Yes or No to 20 mph:  Have your say”. 

In essence we will drop a voting slip on every household in the Parish.   There will be drop off points for responses in both branches of the Co-op and at Bosham Walk, for whose help your Committee are indebted.  Parents have offered to talk to those connected with the School.  

We will also knock on the doors of all those along the salient routes (Walton Lane, Walton Lane School Zone, Bosham Lane, Delling Lane (Green Lane to Berkeley Arms) and the quadrant north of A259 between Station Road and Brooks Lane.  Voting will be on each separate zone.

We will begin this in September.  If you have an hour or more to spare we would be most grateful for your help, particularly with the leaflet drop.  Offers of help to

Trippet Villa Planning Application
We have objected to this on the grounds of the size, particularly height, and general unsuitability of the two houses for which Permission is sought to replace the existing single dwelling.

A letter has gone out to a number of you asking for your annual payment.   As we say in the letter if you were able to pay either by Standing Order or three years in advance it would reduce costs….Either way we include an s.a.e.   So we look forward to hearing from you!

Hedge Project: Diary Dates
If you can help please email/ring Jenny or 07929053617; or Margaret or 01243575539

3/6 September, 10 – 1pm. Preparation for Autumn bulb planting.  Meet at Post Box in Brooks Lane.

Please come equipped, if you have them, with gloves, spades, forks, secateurs and rakes.

8/9 September.  Planting of c 1000 bulbs.  An hour or more between 10 – 3 would be much appreciated.   Trowel/fork or kneeler needed.  And if kneeling is not for you there are paths to be cleaned and cleared (hoe, spade or rake needed)

Strong armed help is also needed to collect tree trunks for “planting” to create a “bug hotel”.  If you can help, please ring/email as above.