Plumpton Parish Council

Plumpton Parish Council

Our Parish Council has the responsibility to ensure that all parishioners have a voice on issues great and small that affect them individually, and the parish as a whole.

Nolands Site – Planning Appeal Docs

 Parish Council Appeal Statement

Road Closure

*** POSTPONED*** Plumpton Lane will be closed for repairs on 26 July 9:30 am – 4pm. The repairs will take place approximately 100m south of The Old Mill House. 

Plumpton Full Fibre Broadband

Have you ever wondered whether you could get a better broadband service in Plumpton? With full fibre broadband being rolled out across the country it’s now possible to upgrade to a much faster and more reliable service for the village. Under the Community Fibre Partnership scheme every household in the village is eligible for vouchers to help meet the cost of installation. The more people who commit to joining the scheme the better the chances fibre can be fully funded. PPC can’t engage with Openreach directly, but is endorsing the Plumpton Fibre Community Partnership.

Please see more details here:

 PPC broadband FAQ

 Plumpton Fibre Community Flyer and Form

 Community Fibre Partnerships FAQ

First Aid Training

Plumpton Parish Council would like to gauge whether the community would be interested in attending a one day ‘outdoor first aid’ training paid provided by the parish council. Please express your interest to the clerk by email anita.emery@plumptonpc.co.uk by 11th July in order for Plumpton Parish Council to consider at their meeting on 12th July.

Don’t forget – defib training has been booked for 22nd and 27th September at the pavilion – please contact the clerk to book your space.

Pavilion Refurbishment

We’ve just completed the Pavilion refurbishment, which has given us a substantial upgrade of the facilities.

The refurbishment was part-funded by a LEADER grant from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (£49k), and the remainder from our New Pavilion Fund (£28k) and the Parish Council (£7.5k).

With many thanks to Des Lambert, who helped us navigate the grant application process, and to parish councillor Emma Elford, who led renovation programme, got the grants, liaised with everyone involved.

The refurbishment has included:

  • removal of the old kitchen to open up the space
  • re-positioning of a new  kitchen and utility room into the old committee room
  • recovering of the floor throughout
  • reconfiguring of the changing rooms
  • increased storage facilities
  • substantial replacing of rotten timbers throughout the infrastructure
  • replacement of multiple doors
  • replacement of window glass
  • part installation of new composite cladding and sofits
  • substantial re-plastering work throughout
  • roof repair.

Steve Bodsworth was the contractor. We owe him many thanks for doing a fantastic job to a very high standard and completing on time.

As with all building jobs, we found some unexpected problems along the way that Steve responded to quickly, which allowed us to keep on schedule.

Now the work is complete, it has highlighted other parts of the facility that are looking a bit tired. Plumpton Parish Council will be costing further work to maintain this valued facility within a long-term preventative maintenance programme.  We’ll provide further details in due course, later this year.

Site Updates

pdf Agenda for Playing Field Committee meeting on 7.9.2022

 Plumpton & East Chiltington News – August (large file 5.6 MB)

19 July

Plumpton Lane will be closed for repairs on 26 July 9:30 am – 4pm. The repairs will take place approximately 100m south of The Old Mill House.

pdf Minutes from Finance Committee meeting on 12.7.2022

pdf Minutes from Parish Council meeting on 12.7. 2022

13th July 2022

Events Committee Meeting 19th July 2022

 Agenda – July 19th

Plumpton Full Fibre Broadband

 PPC broadband FAQ

 Plumpton Fibre Community Flyer

 Community Fibre Partnerships FAQ

6th July 2022

 Parish Council Meeting Agenda July 12th

 Finance Committee Agenda July 12th

30th June

Some Key messages residents might want to consider when submitting comments to the Planning Inspectorate.

  Nolands Appeal – key points

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