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Parish Matters August

As many of you know Nick at The White Horse will be leaving Sutton in theAutumn. We wish him well in the future. As soon as the Parish Council became aware that there would be a change oflandlord or owner, we applied to have the pub to become a village asset, the

Purpose of this was purely precautionary. It was a concern that should Enterprise Inns the owners of The White Horse not find a suitable purchaser and try to sell the pub for anything other than a pub, then the listing as a village asset would have given the residents of the village time to acquire the property and run it.
The White Horse village asset application remains valid for 5 years.

Sutton Bowling Club seems to be going from strength to strength with an

Enthusiastic team of helpers.
Building Management- Chris Dudman and Jeremy Pontin have done a sterling job
of painting the outside of the pavilion and resurrecting the loos.
Green Management- Stewart Dallyn,Anthony Harding and Denis Barnard have dealt with all many of vermin and greens in a very sad state but with applications of various treatments have improved the PH level from 4.5 to 6.5 and we understand that they are playing much better.

Lastly but by no means least-The Hospitality Team of Susan Harding,Susan

Dudman and Carolyne Pontin have provided excellent teas on match evenings.

Anybody that feels so inclined are invited to go along on Monday or Wednesday
evenings from 6.30.

Hilary Andrews
Vice Chair Sutton and Barlavington Parish Council


Planning Applications

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