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We also hope to show the world beyond our doorstep what's here for them - for visitors and tourist information look in About Rodmell <<< and in Local Business <<<

Please remember that all information on this website is provided in good faith, and the administrators cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies.

Scroll down this page to see local village news, and what's on in Rodmell this month.


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The pub’s bottle bin is not for public use!

21 Oct'14 - A message from Lucie at the pub:
"More and more people are using our bottle bin as a public one. Normally I wouldn't mind as the village are very good and supportive to us, but we now get charged by the weight of the bin rather than per pickup, plus it’s difficult to find a reliable waste disposal company which means due to the lack of space in the bin we are having to make trips to the bottle bank ourselves. I've opened our bottle bin this morning and there are a dozen or so bottles that haven't come from the pub, leaving no room for yesterday’s load from the pub."

Lewes District Council provides a free recycling service each fortnight for residents when they collect our empty bottles, among other things - but the pub has to pay for their collection. Please use LDC's free service rather than adding to the costs that Lucie & Jon have to pay for their commercial waste collection from the pub.

Rodmell Parish Council - Newsletter

RPC's September newsletter has been delivered to all households in the parish, and can be viewed here: Groups & Activities. It has updates on various matters including: Broadband, Rodmell-Northease footpath, Defibrillator coming to the Village, Bus services consultation and the possibility of benefitting from a small Community award.

Coffee Club - September's collection for Macmillan

At our first Coffee Club meeting after the Summer break, on Wednesday 24 September, we raised £47.70 for the Macmillan Coffee Morning Fund.

Bespoke Travel - September newsletter

Rodmell resident, Liz King, is a Bespoke Travel agent and a mine of information about anything you could wish for when thinking about your holidays! Liz will now write a monthly newsletter for Rodmell's website, to keep us all up-to-date with news and latest offers: see Local Business in & around Rodmell

The Egrets Way Rodmell to Southease section

7 June 2014: The Egrets Way Rodmell to Southease section of the Ouse Valley Cycle Network is now officially open and you can walk / cycle along the riverbank.

Rodmell Camera Club - the future?

3 June 2014: It has been decided that, due to a general lack of interest, the Rodmell Camera Club will be suspended until such time as any current or potential members express an interest in getting together for a meeting or an excursion.
A big 'Thank you' to Bob Foster for his hard work, enthusiasm and efforts with our Camera Club, including organising our meetings, and various photography excursions and talks.

Monk's House car park - update

The long awaited extension to the Monk's House car park is now complete. The original car park has been tidied up to create more spaces here. The new parking area will be reserved and cordoned off for National Trust visitors only. Please park carefully in the marked spaces as this helps to increase the number of cars that can use the car park. Please also take any rubbish home with you as there isn't a bin in the car park.

Problem dogs on The Drove

Rodmell Parish Council continues to try to find a solution to this problem (see Minutes of Parish Council Meetings Groups & Activities).
Please could everyone who experiences any problems going past the smallholding - such as feeling intimidated or having their dog attacked - inform the Clerk to the Parish Council (see Groups & Activities for contact details), so that she can keep a record. This will help with future resolutions of this problem.

Rodmell Parish Council: Minutes of previous meetings

The dates of RPC meetings, plus Minutes & Agendas, can be seen in Groups & Activities


WHAT'S ON this month in RODMELL ?

PLEASE NOTE: due to computer problems, the list below has not been updated. All information for events during September and October is given in full in the Diary & Events section of this website.

Services in St Peter's Church, Rodmell

For details of all the church services in St Peter's this month, see About Rodmell and in the Parish Magazine (copies available in Church).

Village Hall bookings

Please Note: as from August 2014, the list of Village Hall bookings will no longer be available on Rodmell's website. For information about groups that usually use our Village Hall, see Diary & Events section for details.

Abergavenny Arms pub

Our local pub is now run by Lucie and Jon, and they welcome everyone to our village pub for their exciting programme of great food, special offers, live music, and lots of activities - see About Rodmell for details.
To book a table, phone 01273 472 416, or see About Rodmell and www.abergavennyarms.com

Monk's House & garden

Monk’s House and garden are now open to visitors in the afternoons from Wednesday to Sunday, including Bank Holiday Mondays, until 26 October 2014. This year there is an extensive programme of events at Monk's House which can be viewed in the Diary & Events section of this website.

To find out more about meetings for the following groups, please contact the organisers for each:

Tuesday 1 July

Wednesday 2 July

Thursday 3 July

Friday 4 July

Saturday 5 July

Monday 7 July

Wednesday 9 July

Friday 11 July

Saturday 12 July

Sunday 13 July

Tuesday 15 July

Friday 18 July

Sunday 20 July

Tuesday 22 July

Wednesday 23 July

Monday 28 July


See Diary & Events for more about all these events, and also for those happening in the months to come.


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