Salehurst and Robertsbridge Parish Council

Welcome

Salehurst & Robertsbridge is one of the larger parishes in East Sussex and lies mid-way between Tunbridge Wells to the north and Hastings to the south on the main London to Hastings road, the A21.

 

The parish is entirely contained within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

 

More information about the history and organisation of the parish can be found at About the Parish.

Latest News

 

Planning Committee Meeting - 7th October 2021
4th October 2021

 

 

There will be a Planning Committee Meeting on Thursday 7th October AT ROBERTSBRIDGE VILLAGE HALL at 7.30pm.

 

The press and public are welcome to attend and up to 15 minutes will be allowed at the start of the meeting for public comments and questions.

 

 

 

Annual Village Clean-Up Day Sunday 3rd October 2-4pm
16th September 2021

 

View the associated document

 

The Parish Council invites village volunteers to join us in litter picking across the Parish on Sunday 3rd October.

To meet from 2pm at Robertsbridge Recreation Ground. Everyone welcome!

 

 

HAIRE Project Update
26th August 2021

 

The HAIRE (Healthy Ageing through Innovation) Project aims to build more age friendly communities by empowering older people. As part of the project 76 older people have been interviewed in Robertsbridge, Rye and surrounding areas. Four themes have emerged that impact on older people's lives:

 

a.life changes and transitions

b.loneliness and isolation

c.staying active, and

d.access to information

 

The Project is inviting local people to explore the results of the interviews and help identify solutions and actions to meet local needs. at events this Autumn. See the poster for details of events in Robertsbridge, Rye and at the De La Warr Pavilion. Sign up for events here

 

Use of Recreation Ground
24th August 2021

 

The Parish Council supports the Active Rother initiative. We welcome use of Robertsbridge Recreation Ground on the Clappers by everyone in the local community.

 

If you are a local independent instructor planning to provide paying classes on the Recreation Ground we ask that you register your details with the Parish Office. You will not be charged for this use of the recreation ground if you live in Robertsbridge or a neighbouring parish.

 

Help East Sussex improve bus services - Public Consultation
19th August 2021

 

East Sussex County Council are seeking feedback to help form a Bus Service Improvement Plan. In March 2021 the government published a new National Bus Strategy - Bus Back Better - setting out a vision for future improvements to bus services across the country. The strategy requires the council to publish its Bus Service Improvement Plan by the end of October. The strategy requires all English local transport authorities to work with operators to come up with achievable plans for improving their local services and encouraging more people to use them.

 

Please complete the survey as soon as possible at eastsussex.gov.uk/bsip

 

The survey is open until Tuesday 14th September 2021.

 

Accessibility at Robertsbridge Railway Station
17th August 2021

 

Do you have any comments on accessibility issues, and possible improvements to Robertsbridge station, or other local stations on the Tonbridge-Hastings line? The Parish Council has been approached by Southeast Community Rail Partnership for ideas from local people. Please email any thoughts to clerk@salehurst-pc.org.uk so we can collate and forward to the Rail Partnership.

 

Office Closure
23rd July 2021

 

The Parish Clerks are taking a break for one week beginning 24th July. Any queries will be dealt with on our return from Monday 2nd August. Please email any queries to clerk@salehurst-pc.org.uk or leave a telephone message on 01580 882066. If your matter is urgent please contact Nick Brown Chairman of the Parish Council by email on chairman@salehurst-pc.org.uk or telephone

01580 389159.

 

The Planning Committee meetings scheduled for 5th August and 2nd September have been CANCELLED. The Parish Council will submit its comments on any local planning applications received during August and September from the Clerk in consultation with members of the Planning Committee. Members of the public are still able to submit comments on planning applications to Rother District Council and the Parish Council in the usual way.