Posts by Contributor1

There are 154 results found

Storrington’s Victorian Pleasure Garden

Storrington Conservation Society Newsletter April 2016 Fryern Dell, Storrington’s Victorian Pleasure Garden, has a number of interesting specimen trees. One of the most notable of these is the Giant Redwood, or Wellingtonia, (Sequoiadendron gigantium). It was originally one of three […]

Neighbourhood Plan Examiner’s Report press release

The statement below regarding the results of the Neighbourhood Plan examination was posted on the Parish Council’s website on Thursday 31st March. Storrington & Sullington and Washington Neighbourhood Plans – Examiner’s Report. The Neighbourhood Plan Examiner’s Report was received on 24th March […]

Clean for the Queen

“MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK” Clean For the Queen (and your village) Sun April 10th 10.00-12.00 Come and join Storrington In Bloom volunteers for a couple of hours of litter picking, weeding and general tidying. Meet at Place Villerest at […]

“Hanging On” film features Storrington converted phone box

Storrington’s converted ‘phone box features in Hanging On, a short film about the future of the iconic pay telephone kiosk. Amy Sargeant, a student at Queen Mary University of London, made this film as a final year project.  Storrington was […]

Petition: Manley’s Hill Roundabout

Help encourage West Sussex County Council/Highways to improve the safety of Manley’s Hill roundabout by restricting the size of lorries turning at this junction. If you are concerned about the safety of pedestrians and businesses at the roundabout at the […]

Piazza Italia on Tour – Sunday 13th March

To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of this Easter event in Horsham, a selection of Supercars and bikes will be touring the district, visiting a number of villages en route. A range of Ferraris, Maserati, Lamborghinis and other supercars along with […]

Walking Football comes to Storrington

With all the thrills of the beautiful game, but at a slower and gentler pace, walking football is becoming the sport of choice for those who want a less-strenuous but still healthy form of exercise. Chanctonbury Lions have joined forced […]

Vandalism in the High Street

Local residents, out to buy their papers on Sunday morning 4th October, were shocked to see the damage done to the newly planted troughs in Storrington High St. and West St. On the previous weekend Storrington Greenfingers, a voluntary organisation, […]