Community Information

For more information on the new refuse scheme and to register for new garden waste bins contact Wealden District Council

For issues relating to fly Tipping, Abandoned Cars, Dog Fouling/Signage, Unlicensed scrap metal collectors contact WDC. They can also liaise with council hosing officers on garden/street rubbish on council properties.
christopher.lambeth@wealden.gov.uk is the direct contact.

For more information on East Sussex County Council and for highway news please click here

For details on reporting potholes and fly tipping please click here

For details of Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner please click here

Emergency Plan click here

Useful Links

Chelwood Gate Nursery & Forest School take permanent residence within the village hall during the day, Monday-Friday. The nursery is a registered charity and run by the community, providing care for 2-5 year olds. With the village hall’s direct access to the beautiful Ashdown Forest, the nursery is able to provide unique Forest School sessions to truly engage the children with the natural world in a safe and explorative environment.

To contact the nursery or to book a Forest School session please email chelwoodgatenursery@hotmail.co.uk

 

WEALDLINK PASSENGER SERVICE: 01892 771332

PARISH BOOKINGS
Chelwood Gate Vilage Hall: 01825 740562
Danehill Village Hall: 01825 790797
Recreation Ground: 01825 740082

POST OFICE

Services are available every Friday

  • Chelwood Gate Village Hall: 10.00 - 12.00 (10am to Noon)
  • Danehill Social Club: 14.30 - 16.30 (2.30pm to 4.30pm)

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While we are committed to regular communication, we need to do so as cost effectively as possible in order not to waste money unnecessarily. We have therefore decided to issue the newsletters quarterly instead of every 6 months and hope to reduce the cost of distribution. We will continue to mail the Newsletter and also post it on parish notice boards and the Parish website. However, mail costs more and we would ask parishioners to consider receiving the Newsletter via email instead. This would save the PC money and ensure you get information on time.

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