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Welcome to The Pulborough Society 

The Pulborough Society holds seven lively and entertaining meetings a year.

We produce an informative newsletter before each meeting, highlighting issues of concern to the Society and our members.

All our meetings are held in the village hall, and this allows our members to discuss any concerns they might have and how we as a society can help.

The guest speakers at our meetings (see News & Events) are always interesting and diverse;
if you are a non-member and would like to come along and see if the Society has anything to offer you, we charge just £2.

WE NOW HAVE A SELECTION OF GREETINGS CARDS OF PULBOROUGH AVAILABLE AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE HALL AND SOME LOCAL SHOPS.

Next Meeting: 

Wednesday 16th November 2016 at 7.30pm
in The Rother Room, Pulborough Village Hall

Following the agenda (below) we will enjoy a talk on the following:

 “THE WOMEN OF WISTON HOUSE”.


 Dr. Pennington talked to us a few years ago about Sir Thomas Sherley, who built Wiston House circa 1573. 
We will learn about the women who lived there over the next two centuries.


AGENDA

PLANNING
16/0731 – Validated 6th May 2016
Land north east of Glebelands, Pulborough, West Sussex, RH20 2GN
Outline planning application with all matters reserved except for means of access from Glebelands,
for residential development of up to 100 dwellings, new internal access road (to include the re-alignment
of Drovers Lane) and associated infrastructure.
Planning permission for development has been refused, mainly on the ground that the site falls outside
the defined built-up area boundary of Pulborough.

FUTURE EVENTS

Saturday 19th November 7.30 to 10.30 - Barn Dance - Pulborough Village Hall
The live band “ Stockbroker Belt” providing the music and the caller.
A light supper is included in the price £7.50 per adult and £5 per child. Bring you own nibbles and drink of your choice.
Contact John Harvey 01798 873086 or Barbara Morgan 01798 812033 - Orgainsed by Pulborough Brooks Baptist Church



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