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Annual Meeting of Electors

Tuesday 30th April 2019

The Annual Meeting of Electors will be held in the Parish Office from 7.oopm.  The meeting is wholly for West Chiltington residents and is the opportunity to discuss what the Parish Council has been doing on behalf of the community over the past year.  Refreshments will be available, please join us.

Planning Committee Meeting May 2019

Due to the elections the current Parish Council ceases at 5pm on 7th May 2019.  Therefore, the Planning Committee meeting on 7th May will commence at 3.00pm and not at the usual time of 7.30pm.

Elections May 2019

Horsham District Council will be holding scheduled elections for all District and Parish council seats on Thursday 2 May 2019.

A Village with a Past & a Future

Nestling near the foot of the South Downs between Storrington and Pulborough, just over 50 miles from London, the picturesque village of West Chiltington is home to a 12th century church, a beautifully restored windmill and has a colourful history dating back to Norman times.

Covering an area of just over 6.69 sq miles, with a population of approx. 3,500, the parish encompasses a variety of land usage from residential and agricultural, to small businesses and leisure facilities.

Your Council

The Council is the first tier of local government for West Chiltington comprising 13 Councillors who are elected or co-opted for up to four years.   The Parish Council meet on the second Tuesday of every month and is always keen to ensure that it reflects the wishes of the electorate and as such, all meetings are open to the public and include a session for public comments. Councillors work in partnership with local organisations, West Sussex County Council and Horsham District Council to preserve the essence of the area, and to protect the identity and character of the parish for the enjoyment of parishioners, visitors and future generations.

The Parish Council has statutory duties and powers to provide services for the Parish of West Chiltington. Within these powers, we provide allotments, community buildings, dog and litter bins, community facilities, and we own and maintain many areas of public open space within the village on behalf of the community.