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Binsted Strawberry Fair, a traditional country fair, celebrates its 30th year this year on Sunday 23rd July. Go along to support this unique charity fundraising event, – see events and activities below – all the more important this year as … Continue reading
Churches Conservation Trust and Friends of Tortington Church welcome back Sussex theatre company ‘This Is My Theatre’ for their adaption of Shakespeare’s ‘MACBETH’ THURSDAY 27th JULY at 7.30pm Using the original language in combination with traditional Celtic music played live, … Continue reading
The much talked about ‘pink-blue route’ is, environmentally, the most damaging of the routes likely to be discussed at the forthcoming Highways England public consultation. Arundel SCATE (South Coast Alliance for Transport and Environment) are leading a guided walk ‘Discovering … Continue reading
Another fantastic programme from the organizers of Binsted Arts Festival – right on Tortington’s doorstep! Note the dates and go to their web site for booking information.
…are everywhere in Tortington woods at the moment! Although I’m a bit late posting this photograph, if you haven’t already been there, if you go down in the woods today you’re sure of a big surprise – no there won’t … Continue reading
Once again the Friends of Tortington Church are fund-raising with their now famous PLANT SALE! Details below.
Here are the details of a talk at the Arundel Wetlands Centre by Dr Dawn Scott of MAVES (Mid-Arun Valley Environmental Survey) in association with Arundel Agenda 21 and hosted by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust. Garden birds seem to … Continue reading
The following statement was released by Highways England on 1st March 2017: HIGHWAYS ENGLAND UPDATES A27 Chichester Improvement The A27 Chichester Bypass improvements scheme – 1 March 2017 On 28 February 2017, the Secretary of State wrote to Highways England … Continue reading
It would appear that Highways England are unaware of the considerable interest that there is in Tortington with regard to the proposed A27 bypass near Arundel. A letter was sent to some local residents – we are only aware of … Continue reading
On Sunday (23rd October) local residents’ group ‘Arundel SCATE’ (South Coast Alliance for Transport and Environment) organized a walk through Arundel Parish along as much of the proposed bypass pink-blue route as public access would allow. The route however did … Continue reading