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VACANCY FOR A COUNCILLOR 

Due to the resignation of Mrs Danielle Dunfield 

FERNHURST PARISH COUNCIL 

1. THERE IS A VACANCY ON THE ABOVE PARISH COUNCIL. 

2. A BY-ELECTION TO FILL THE VACANCY WILL BE HELD IF WITHIN 14 DAYS (not including Saturdays, Sundays, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday or Bank Holidays) FROM THE DATE OF THIS NOTICE TEN (10) ELECTORS FOR THE PARISH GIVE WRITTEN NOTICE TO REQUEST THAT THE VACANCY BE FILLED BY ELECTION TO THE RETURNING OFFICER, CHICHESTER DISTRICT COUNCIL, EAST PALLANT HOUSE, 1, EAST PALLANT, CHICHESTER, WEST SUSSEX, PO19 1TY (Telephone 01243 785166).  

3. THE NOTICE MUST BE GIVEN IN WRITING ON A FORM OBTAINABLE FROM THE OFFICE OF THE RETURNING OFFICER AND MUST INCLUDE THE ELECTORAL NUMBERS OF ALL ELECTORS REQUESTING THE FILLING OF THE VACANCY BY THE ELECTION PROCESS. 

4. IF NO SUCH NOTICE IS GIVEN WITHIN THE TIME ALLOWED THE PARISH COUNCIL WILL FILL THE VACANCY BY CO-OPTION. 

Dated: 17 November 2015 

Signed:

Clerk, RFO & Executive Officer 

Address: Council Office, Fernhurst Village Hall, Glebe Road, Fernhurst GU27 3EH 

postmaster@fernhurst-wsx-pc.gov.uk



VACANCY FOR A COUNCILLOR 

Due to the resignation of Mrs Nicki Braithwaite 

FERNHURST PARISH COUNCIL 

1. THERE IS A VACANCY ON THE ABOVE PARISH COUNCIL. 

2. A BY-ELECTION TO FILL THE VACANCY WILL BE HELD IF WITHIN 14 DAYS (not including Saturdays, Sundays, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday or Bank Holidays) FROM THE DATE OF THIS NOTICE TEN (10) ELECTORS FOR THE PARISH GIVE WRITTEN NOTICE TO REQUEST THAT THE VACANCY BE FILLED BY ELECTION TO THE RETURNING OFFICER, CHICHESTER DISTRICT COUNCIL, EAST PALLANT HOUSE, 1, EAST PALLANT, CHICHESTER, WEST SUSSEX, PO19 1TY (Telephone 01243 785166).  

3. THE NOTICE MUST BE GIVEN IN WRITING ON A FORM OBTAINABLE FROM THE OFFICE OF THE RETURNING OFFICER AND MUST INCLUDE THE ELECTORAL NUMBERS OF ALL ELECTORS REQUESTING THE FILLING OF THE VACANCY BY THE ELECTION PROCESS. 

4. IF NO SUCH NOTICE IS GIVEN WITHIN THE TIME ALLOWED THE PARISH COUNCIL WILL FILL THE VACANCY BY CO-OPTION. 

Dated: 2 November 2015 

Signed:

Clerk, RFO & Executive Officer 

Address: Council Office, Fernhurst Village Hall, Glebe Road, Fernhurst GU27 3EH 

postmaster@fernhurst-wsx-pc.gov.uk




Temporary Traffic Regulation November 2015Hogs Hill, Fernhurst - 5th-7th November


The Notice of Conclusion of the audit and right to inspect the Annual Return for 2014 to 2015 can be viewed here.


Fernhurst Parish Council Office Opening Hours

Monday: 10am to 5pm

Tuesday: 9am to 2pm

Wednesday: 9am to 2pm

Clerk: Mrs Rebecca Knifton ACILEx

01428 661150

(Out of hours emergency mobile number: 07917 663167)

The Parish Office, Fernhurst Village Hall, Glebe Road, Fernhurst, GU27 3EH

postmaster@fernhurst-wsx-pc.gov.uk



Fernhurst is a village in the Chichester District of West Sussex and includes the settlements of Kingsley Green, Bell Vale and Henley Common.   It is located on the A286 between Haslemere in Surrey and Midhurst and there is a local bus service between those two towns and a main line railway station at Haslemere.

The village originally developed around the crossroads (The Cross) and The Green, where St. Margaret's church, the cemetery nearby and the Red Lion public house are located and where the Fernhurst Revels fete is held each year.  Iron working took place at North Park Furnace in the 17th and 18th centuries.



Fernhurst Social Club and Newsagents


There is a recreation ground with good sporting facilities, which it is hoped will be further developed in the near future, a youth club, scout group and a well-used and refurbished village hall that is available for hire by local groups and for private functions.   The Fernhurst News, a monthly community magazine, is distributed throughout the parish.     


The Red Lion at The Green 


The village has a number of shops, restaurants, public houses and a social club and many clubs and organisations exist for a wide range of interests.   A recent development is the Fernhurst Centre which is an internet cafe as well as hosting meetings, various training courses and acts as a local information point for the District and County Councils. 

The Cottages on The Green

The Cottages on The Green



Fernhurst Post Office and cottages

Fernhurst is surrounded by hills, including Telegraph Hill, Marley Heights, Bexley Hill and Blackdown, which is the highest hill in Sussex at 919 feet.   The parish is ideal for walking, having a comprehensive network of footpaths.

 


St Margaret's Church

      
Fernhurst Cemetery

Fernhurst Cemetery


Fernhurst Village Hall

Fernhurst Village Hall