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THE VALLEY'S DIARY

September 2018
Tue 25th Craft Club: The Rectory: 2pm
Wed 26th Singleton Lunch Club: Singleton Village Hall: £6: 811453
Sat 29th & Sun 30th Rural Life Weekend: Home: Weald & Downland Museum

October 2018
Tue 2nd Little Gems: Singleton Village Hall: 10am
Tue 2nd Valley Gardening Club Dahlia Talk: East Dean Village Hall: 7pm
Thu 4th Skittles Night: Singleton Village Hall: 7pm
Sat 6th and Sun 7th Autumn Countryside Show: Weald & Downland Museum
Mon 8th Community Café: Singleton Village Hall: 10.30am
Tue 9th Ladies Night: Star & Garter: 7pm
Thu 18th Singleton & East Dean WI, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm. Guest Speaker Victoria Chandler, Get Ahead, Get a Hat
Fri 19th Toilet Concert: Singleton Church: 6.30pm
Mon 22nd - Fr 26th Half Term Activities: Weald & Downland Museum
Tue 23rd Craft Club: The Rectory: 2pm
We 24th - Sun 28th Halloween Activities: West Dean Gardens
Wed 24th Singleton Lunch Club: Singleton Village Hall: £6: 811453
Thu 25th Family Tale Trail: Weald & Downland Museum: 5pm
Sat 27th Recital in West Dean Church for Asbestos Charity: 7.30pm: 535246
Mon 29th East Dean Parish Council Meeting: East Dean Village Hall: 7.30pm
Wed 31st Alternative Halloween Party: East Dean Village Hall: 4.30pm

November 2018
Sun 11th Sussex Yeomanry Association Remembrance Service: Charlton Memorial: 10.45am
Sun 11th Armistice Service & Memorial Re-dedication: Singleton Church: 3pm
Sun 11th Beacon & Torchlight Procession
Tue 13th Open Morning: Singleton Primary School
Tue 13th Ladies Night: Star & Garter: 7pm
Thu 15th Singleton & East Dean WI, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm. Annual Meeting
Wed 21st Singleton Parish Council Meeting: Singleton Village Hall
Wed 28th Singleton Lunch Club: Singleton Village Hall: £6: 811453
Fri 30th Valley Gardening Club AGM Supper & Wreath Making Demonstration: East Dean Village Hall: 6.30pm

December 2018
Fri 14th Gentlemens’ Lunch: East Dean Village Hall
Thu 13th Singleton & East Dean WI, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm. Christmas Party
Wed 19th Singleton Lunch Club: Singleton Village Hall: £6: 811453

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LOST PROPERTY, LOST
From Monday 1, October in alignment with police forces nationally, Sussex Police will no longer record reports of lost property in police stations, in person, online, email or through 101.

The national decision was approved by the National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) after discussions between police forces and the National Police Front Counters Forum (NPFCF). Traditionally, police have accepted the responsibility of recording lost and found property, although there is no statutory duty to do so.

Chief Inspector Roy Hodder, Communications Department said: “Although lost property will no longer be recorded by police, we are accepting items of found property.

There are a range of other free services which will allow you to report if an item has gone missing.

Also it is worth noting that some items of lost property need to be reported directly to the relevant issuing authority. For example a lost passport is to be reported to the passport agency, a driving licence to the DVLA or credit cards to the bank or financial provider.

There are a few exceptions though. In cases where items which are dangerous or hazardous such as ammunition, firearms, weapons, chemicals/poisons are lost, these are to be reported to police immediately.

Where an item has a serial number such as electrical equipment, it’s recommended that they are registered at www.immobilise.com which is free of charge. This will also help police identify and reunite you with your property if it was ever stolen.

Our website has comprehensive information on where lost property reports can now be made. You can find out more here on our lost property page.”

Help us keep Sussex safe

Seen something suspicious or have information about a crime or incident? Please contact us online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101.

Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org

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OCTOBER 2018 EDITION
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