Thanks to hundreds of bulbs, contributed by The Village Nurseries, and the efforts of Storrington In Bloom volunteers, our village has a lovely spring display.
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You may have seen some new 30mph signs appearing along Manley’s Hill and Washington Road. Storrington Community Speedwatch has been asked by the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership to put up these advisory signs along the main approach roads to the […]
The speaker at our February meeting was Alan Knoworthy from the Bumblebee Conservation Society. Alan started his fascinating talk by telling us about the different types of bumblebee found in the UK and how a number of the species are […]
There are many benefits to belonging to a local community group, such as making new friends, learning new skills, having fun, feeling useful or even getting exercise and enjoying the fresh air. Storrington has a great deal to offer for […]
The West Sussex minibus charity celebrated its 40 years of volunteer activity on 12 May at the Music Room, Champs Hill, Coldwaltham, graciously hosted by the Bowerman Charitable Trust. The charity was also very honoured by the attendance by the […]
Jeffrey Funnell, a Storrington resident, is set to have his second follow on novel ‘Simon Blunt: The Broker’, published at the end of this month. ‘Simon Blunt: The Broker’ is a thriller which shows you the inner workings of corporate […]
Girlguiding Chanctonbury District is calling on residents of the Ashington, Storrington, Thakeham, Washington and West Chiltington area to give some time to allow local girls and young women to enjoy a wide range of exciting activities, as well as acquire […]
Friends of Meadowside Although you may think Friends of Meadowside have been very quiet recently, plenty has been going on behind the scenes. This has included work with Horsham District Council and other organisations to produce a draft Management Plan […]