OctoberMOST REGULAR VILLAGE EVENTS STILL CANCELLED OR POSTPONED
PLEASE FOLLOW THE GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING
AND SELF-ISOLATION AND HELP KEEP LURGASHALL SAFE
Playground:: Following government guidance our children's playground and equipment has
RE-OPENED but PLEASE read and follow the COVID-19 guidelines.
Lurgashall News:: Our re-launched village magazine available in "downloads" section at left.
Lurgashall LinkThis is an initiative set up by local residents as well as the Parish Council, St Laurence's Church, the Village Shop, and the Noah's Ark. They are volunteers who want to help our community through what will be a difficult time and they are on hand to help you. If you need help OR you would like to become a volunteer and help vulnerable residents in the Parish, then get in touch with them E:email@example.com T: 01798 860788 Find up to date information about services, help, information available in Lurgashall from
Lurgashall Link facebook page.
Lurgashall Village Shop
- Following the Government Guidance on social distancing and for the
- Welfare of the staff, volunteers and customers, they will be
- operating a ONE CUSTOMER at a time process inside the shop.
- PLEASE check their website for latest updates Lurgashall Village Shop
Lurgashall Cricket Club 2020Last Match: This Sunday 27th Sept sees the last match of the 2020 season
Although Lurgashall cricket club has not had its own village team since 2017 season, cricket is live and well on Lurgashall Green. Grayswood Cricket Club and the Hammer Bottom Busters (both LCC guests) have both been playing regularly since COVID rules allowed cricket to resume in July. See the season summary in the August Lurgashall News (over in left margin).
WSCC and CDC service changesIt is such a fluid situation it is best to check on their online webpages.
CDC (services including waste & re-cycling collections)
WSCC (Community recycle centres)
.GOV (the official GOV guidlines & more)
Changes to BUS Services to LurgashallLurgashall bus service details
Following on from the previous note about the loss our Tuesday bus service via Compass 96 we are pleased to announce that the parish council has managed to persuade the Midhurst Community Bus to amended its Tuesday timetable to now include Lurgashall. Thanks to Joe for all his hard work in getting this achieved.
New Broadband Cabinet 'Northchapel 5' - Lurgashall - Now accepting ordersThe parish council has just been informed by "West Sussex Better Connected" that Lurgashall's cabinet on the corner of the green (known as Northchapel 5) is now live and providers should be accepting orders for faster broadband. This cabinet only serves around the area of the green so you will have to use a broadband service checker - like Better Connected from WSCC to see what is available to you.
Fibre now on offer from BT to properties along Hillgrove Rd and Upperton Rd and increasingly west of the village green.
The old Neighbourhood watch is now partnered with neighbourhoodalert.co.uk where you can sign up to receive email alerts from NW as well as the local police farmwatch and other such newsletters.
Sussex Crimewatch is also a good central Sussex facebook group to join and help spread alerts, lost pets etc to your local group like
Lurgashall Link for us.
Police:999 or 101
our Parish Newsletter has a whole month of What's On in the parish
- view from downloads sidebar on left
Broadband SpeedHere you can monitor the roll out of Fibre Broadband which started in 2014 and see if it has arrived for you..
A good selection of speed test sites: all with different extras.
http://www.broadbandspeedtest.org.uk/, very slim and simple checker that works quickly and still manages to give comparable results to the others. Also tells you what backbone broadband provider you are with.
http://www.thinkbroadband.com/speedtest.html, Lots extra info on broadband. Register to save your results history in MyProfile.
http://www.speedof.me/ A pure HTML5 test with graphs, and gives your internet facing IP address. NOT requiring Java or Flash
http://speedtest.btwholesale.com BT Wholesale own speedtest of connection back to local BT exchange (plus Advanced testing)
http://www.testmy.net Tells you exactly what it is testing with. But Beware the DOWNLOAD buttons in adverts.
http://www.broadbandspeedchecker.co.uk/, Simple but lots of ads on the page
http://www.uswitch.com/broadband/speedtest/, Also shows speeds of alternative suppliers for your area
http://www.mybroadbandspeed.co.uk/, http://speedtest.gammatelecom.com https://www.broadbandchecker.btwholesale.com/#/ADSL http://www.samknows.com
Note: Temporary disable antivirus will often get faster results as scanning the internet connection takes significant processor power.