Many of you will be aware of the traveller incursion on the common land in August. As the common land is owned by the parish council, it is our duty to protect this land against trespass, which we did successfully thanks to the prompt actions of our clerk, Simon Bold. To this end, we have decided to put in further bunds along High Lane to protect the small patch that was recently encroached

Following the recent necessary felling of 5 trees due to Ash Dieback Disease on the common land along the Limpsfield Road, the parish council have allocated a contingency sum for the purchase of replacement trees. An application has been submitted to the Queens Green Canopy programme for 30 saplings to be planted in small groups. If agreed the saplings will arrive from November. For more information, contact Grace Kempster of the Tree Working Group via