Lancing Parish Council was set up in 1894. It covers the area between Shoreham-by-sea and Worthing from Western Road (adjacent to Brooklands) and Sompting in the west through to the River Adur in the east. It stretches from the beach and coast inland to include part of the South Downs.
Working in partnership with the local community to make Lancing a great place to live, work, visit and enjoy.
Lancing Parish Council, together with many community groups, has been working towards the Monks Rec Improvement Project. Those involved include Keep Lancing Lovely, Lancing Community Bike Project, Lancing Football Club, Lancing Parish Youth Council, Lancing United Football Club, Lancing Youth Football Club, Sussex County Football Association, The Globe Primary School, West Sussex County Council, Worthing & Horsham District Sunday Football League and local experts.
A survey was conducted locally in August 2017 to find out what Lancing residents want at Monks Rec. Since then, the working group has created a brief and conceptual design based on the results. A consultation was held in spring 2018, ending April 2018. The results can be found here
Additional information can be found here
Please click on the link to view the poster giving details of the NHS Coastal West Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group's three free events during March to join the discussion on the future of health and care services.
All the events will have the same content so you can choose a date or venue that is most convenient:
- Tuesday 19 March | The Barn, Field Place, The Boulevard, Worthing, BN13 1NP | 5-7pm
- Wednesday 20 March | Assembly Room, The Council House, North Street, Chichester, PO19 1LQ | 10am-12 noon
- Wednesday 27 March | The Grange Community Centre, Bepton Road, Midhurst, GU29 9HD | 2-4pm
It is easy to book your place either by completing an online registration form https://www.coastalwestsussexccg.nhs.uk/our-health-and-care-our-future or by calling 01903 708411
Please click on the link to view details of the above - we welcome your ideas!
Please click on the link to view further details of the above vacancy at neighbouring Sompting Parish Council and also click here for the application form
Please click on the link to view further details of the above press release issued today.
Please click on the link to view further details of the above public notice.
Please click on the link to view further details of the above public notice
Please click on the link to access the above Public Notice.
Please click on the link to view further details of the above Public Notice.
The West Sussex Local Access Forum (WSLAF) aims to improve and protect access to the countryside. Please click on the link to view latest Annual Report of the West Sussex Local Access Forum (WSLAF), which outlines the work of the Forum over the past year which may be of interest.
Below is the WSLAF recruitment press release.
Helping everyone to enjoy the countryside
Do you feel passionately about public rights of way and access to the countryside?
Would you like to be involved in working to achieve opportunities for all?
If the answer to these questions is yes, then the West Sussex Local Access Forum would like to hear from you.
The Forum is an independent body which aims to protect and improve access to the countryside by providing advice and getting involved with important access projects.
The group is currently recruiting new volunteer members and would welcome hearing from anyone with an interest in access to the countryside, including land owners and managers.
Chairman of the Forum, Horsham resident Graham Elvey, said: "I have personally always found it incredibly rewarding to be given the opportunity, through membership of the Forum, of being involved in improving countryside access.
"Whether this is by working with other volunteers, using our influence to guide local authorities and other organisations, or involvement with works on the ground, the Forum positively represents all who use, care for, and enjoy the countryside.
"If you would like to help with this work, and take an active part in securing better access for future generations - please join us!"
The Forum holds four meetings a year and members also undertake site visits.
Full training is provided and any travel expenses are paid.
You can find more information by visiting www.wslaf.org or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Forum covers the area of West Sussex outside the South Downs, which has its own Local Access Forum.
Unfortunately, the ANPR system was introduced earlier than advertised and District Enforcement Ltd, the Parish Council's car park contractor, would like to apologise for this error and subsequent inconvenience.
All vehicles that genuinely paid to park and received a Penalty Charge Notice will have these voided if they contact DE directly - Email: email@example.com or telephone: 01785 336780.
However, anyone who did not pay to park will have to appeal the charge. Signs have been up since December but more importantly, the pay and display system has been in place for 3 years and car park users should be well aware that by not purchasing a ticket, a parking charge will be incurred.
Please be aware that from Monday, 7 January 2019, Beach Green car park will be operating via an AUTO NUMBER PLATE RECOGNITION (ANPR) system.
Please see the attached Frequently Asked Questions sheet. If you have any further queries, please contact the Office.
Please click on the link for further details on the above.
Please see below the press release regarding sugar in snack foods.
It's time to put your sugar knowledge to the test Think you can spot a sneaky sugar-filled snack from 20 paces?
Then West Sussex's Sugar Swap Hunt is looking for you. With half term just around the corner, school pupils across the county are being urged to swot up on their sugar to be in with the chance of coming top of the class in this year's Sugar Swap Hunt.
The popular half-term treasure hunt returns again from Saturday, February 16, running right through until Saturday, March 2. During this time, visitors to West Sussex's 36 libraries can take part in the fun challenge as they track down carefully hidden clues around the library while learning about which snacks are healthier for them, and which ones are likely to lead to toothache.
Families can choose to do the challenge just for fun, or they can hand in their entry once they have found as many of the answers hidden around the library as they can to be in with the chance of winning a healthy prize.
The challenge returns this year amid startling figures released by Public Health England which show that children in England are eating an extra 2,800 sugar cubes a year, which is more than double the recommended guidelines. That's 8 sugar cubes too many each day, 56 too many each week and around 2,800 too many every year. That's equivalent to 312 cans of sugary cola each year or 469 higher-sugar yoghurts or 562 chocolate bars.
Too much sugar is bad for children's health as it can lead to the build-up of harmful fat on the inside of the body that we can't see. This fat can cause weight gain and serious diseases like Type 2 diabetes, which people are getting younger than ever before as well as heart disease and some cancers.
Amanda Jupp, the County Council's Cabinet Member for Adults and Health, said: "Unhealthy snacks and drinks account for around half of a child's sugar intake. We all know that too much sugar can lead to serious health problems, as well as tooth decay.
"The Sugar Swap Hunt is a great way of learning about which snacks are better for your health while having fun at the same time, and accessing the wonderful community facilities on offer within our libraries.
"I hope you can find the time to take part!" West Sussex families are encouraged to visit Change4Life for healthier snacking ideas at www.nhs.uk/change4life and to download the free Change4Life Food Scanner App to see what is really inside their food and drink, discovering which ones are healthiest. This is available from the App Store and Google Play.
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Please click on the link to view further details of the above workshop.
Please click on the link for further details on the above class. The next class is on Tuesday 12 February.
Also there is a Meditation Class (Embodied Mindfulness) following the Pilates Class at 7.45 to 8.45pm. For further details contact Ana Marcela on 07805455437
Please click on the link for further details of the above which is in our Jubilee Hall every Wednesday morning.
A second class has been added at 10.40 am - again for further details please click on the link.
Attention all Music Lovers - Sussex Keyboard and Organ Club will be performing at 7.15 pm on Thursday 21 February 2019.
Please click on the link to view further details of the Yoga sessions at the parish halls.
Please click on the link to view the first date for this year's litter picking Sunday mornings.
Please wrap up warmly and ensure that you are wearing stout footwear
All the best to you!
The Keep Lancing Lovely Team
Please click on the link to view the poster for the above Tuesday Market held in the Jubilee Hall.
The next Market in 2019 is on Tuesday 26 February as the Blood Doning Team will be in the halls next Tuesday.
Please click on the link to view details of the above film. No pre-booking necessary - just turn up!
If you would like to view further information on the above group please click on the link but the programme is detailed below.
MEETINGS AND OUTINGS FOR 2019 NO MEETING - January.
Wednesday 6th February - Annual Luncheon at the
Chatsworth Hotel,12 for 12.30pm, Members £17.50
Guests £22.00. Entertainer Singer Malcolm More.
Wednesday 6th March - TREE SURGEON- Lesley Baker
CHANGE OF DATE...............................
Wednesday 10th April - A.G.M. TALK BY MIKE CURTIS "A SUBMARINER'S LOT"
Wednesday 1st May - ALAN KINGSHOTT -
MY LIFE AS A BEEFEATER
Friday 10th May - Kings College Bistro, Eastbourne -
Luncheon and Shops, £5 non-refundable deposit
Wednesday 15th May - The Wedding Singer -
WMCS - CONNAUGHT THEATRE, Tickets £15.30.
Make your own way there.
NO MEETING IN JUNE …....BUT.........
THURSDAY 20TH JUNE - HUNGERFORD TRIP ON
HORSE DRAWN BARGE £15.00 members £20-00 guests
Wednesday 3rd July - GRAHAM BOWLING -
THE SECRET LIFE OF A HEDGEHOG
OUTING - JULY TBA
Weald and Downland Living Museum
Wednesday7th August - HASKINS GARDEN CENTRE.
11am for Coffee and a chat.
Wednesday 4th September- NEIL SADLER-
CALIFORNIA DREAMING - From Alcatraz to the
Grand Canyon via the Route 66.
Wednesday 2nd October - CHRIS HORLOCK -
WEDNESDAY 22ND OCTOBER - EVITA - WMCS
CONNAUGHT THEATRE.£15.30. MAKE YOUR OWN WAY THERE.
OUTING- TBA - NOVEMBER - BIGGIN HILL D-DAY MUSUEM OR HORSHAM.
Wednesday 6th December - Christmas Party by the Committee
The above club offers a warm welcome to new members - please click on the link to view details.
Please click on the link to view the poster for the above event arranged by Electric Storm Youth Ltd.