Alderbrook Community Association Contact Details
Tel: 0771 261 1209
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Please do get in touch with any issues you may have - we will try and help.
The Association meets every other month on the 3rd Tuesday of the month - the next meeting is on Tuesday 19th July 2016 at 7.00pm
St Richard's Church Hall
Next Meeting Dates are:
20th September 2016
15th November 2016
11am from Noticeboard in Alderbrook Close
13th September 2016
13th December 2016
Meet at 11pm at the Noticeboard on the Green in Alderbrook Close (opposite the top of Alderbrook Way)
It will be compulsory for all dogs to be microchipped from 6 April 2016.Sally Wallace in Alderbrook can microchip dogs (and cats) and visit owners for just £15. Her mobile number is 07766 292746 or email mailto:email@example.com
Sally Wallace from Alderbrook has trained as an animal microchip implanter, is fully insured and Kennel Club registered. £15 for one animal which is much cheaper than the vets and she will go to peoples home to save the stress of taking the animal to the vets.
Clean For the Queen
This event went well, many thanks to our volunteers, local Councillors and St Richards Church for the refreshments afterwards. Lots of plastic drinks bottles, crisp wrappers, cans and other bits of rubbish were cleared.
Blocked drains and potholes were also reported.
Alderbrook Planning Application for a car park - see http://www.planhttp://www.planning.wealden.gov.uk/plandisp.aspx?recno=132212ning.wealden.gov.uk/plandisp.aspx?recno=132212
Wealden District Council are making the appliction for a "temporary" car park for 6 cars so access to the SANGS (Suitable Alternative Green Space) can be made.
When approval was discussed for the new 160 home site at Walshes Farm, Wealden District Council planning meeting stated:
"The SANGS would be accessed through the development"
**PLANNING APPLICATION NOW APPROVED**
Area Reps can be found listed in the blue banner on the left hand side of this page. These are all local people so please feel free to approach them should you have any issues.
We hold 6 meetings per year plus 4 Walkabouts to check on the estate with Housing Officers, local Councillors and our PCSO.
You would be well supported by a constructive committee who like to get things done. The reason we only have 6 meetings per year now is because the area is nice and peaceful with few problems - if you feel different then please feel free to come along to our next meeting or get in touch using the details shown at the top of this page.
United Church, Croft Road, Crowborough TN6 1HA. Tel: 07936 515 798
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.crowborough.foodbank.org.uk
To Report a Pothole, visit East Sussex County Council website at:
For information on Bus Service please see the Bus Information page - some new services and mobile times and Smart Cards now available.
To help with spreading the grit on roads & pavements please contact the following person for your area who hold Keys:
George Jones, 31 Alderbrook Close - Covering Alderbrook Close/Stonecross Road
Bet Vincent - StoneCross Road
Barbara & Steve Ellen - 15 Aldervale
Gwen Cottingham - 5 Alderbrook Path
Raymond Wand - 54a Alderbrook Close
Remember you don't need lots of grit for it to be effective and these people are Volunteers so may not always be available. If you would like to help please contact us - details at the top of this page.
Many thanks for the donations we have received towards replacement grit which we as an Association pay for.
No Cold Calling Zone
Signs have now been erected and an "Official" launch was on Tuesday 19th March 2013
By signing up to the scheme residents on the estate are deterring univited callers.
Volunteers Always Needed!
We need residents whether they be private, council or Housing Association tenants to help us do more. So much has been achieved in a short period of time but we can do more to improve quality the of life here in the Alderbrook area - if you want to be part of it please do contact us.
Many of us work full-time so help is always gratefully received.
There are many different topics that need residents involvement - our group only have 6 meetings a year but we also attend meetings for WRAG (Wealden Residents Action Group) who "oversee" all the community groups with issues that affect us all; the Community & Environmental Budget meetings where funding is allocation (see Noticeboards below) as well as getting involved in all the changes such as Council Tax, Benefits and the new Tenancies.
If you don't get involved or give us your input you have no reason to complain - we can and do influence issues but you need to get involved and have your say if not for yourself then for your children or relatives.
Thank you to the volunteers who have offered their services so far - more always welcome!
Please keep an eye on these for up to date information - if you have a local event you would like to advertise please contact Jo - 0771 261 1209
Anti-Social Driving a problem? Check out the Sussex Police Website for info at: http://www.operationcrackdown.org/