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This alert is a reminder to be aware of emails that appear to have been sent from a legitimate organisation. Fraudsters often use fake email addresses designed to encourage recipients to open attachments or links. You are advised that if you are in any doubt as to the origin of an email, do not open it. Consider that emails can be spoofed and used to generate spam to recipients far and wide. If you receive a spam email, you MUST NOT open it. Instead, delete it from your email system to avoid infecting your device. If you have opened an attachment from a spam email, you should get your device checked over by a professional and change the passwords for all your bank, email and online shopping accounts. 
Protect yourself:
Do not click or open unfamiliar links in emails or on websites.

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Published: 08/04/2016

A mobile 'phone was found in Waste Wood, Hadlow Down in late March.
If you lost one in that area please ' phone Rachel on 07714 006834


Published: 08/04/2016

A number of outbuildings in Dog Kennel Lane, Hadlow Down were broken into about two weeks ago.
The stone buildings had all their padlocks cut form the doors; however, nothing is thought to have been stolen.  The residents were away at the time.
If you have any information that may help please contact the police on 101


Published: 08/04/2016

Film Night at the Village Hall or 'Flix in the Stix' present:-

Saturday April the 16th. 7.15 for 7.30 p.m.  Tickets £5
Tea, Coffee, Popcorn, Crisps, Snacks available & Ice Cream in the interval.
Bring your own wine - we'll supply the glasses!
Pay at the door or Contact Janet 01825 830478 or Rachel 01825830494

Please note: The ending of 'Suffragetes' which was curtailed due to a power outage in March will also be shown.



Published: 08/04/2016

(For anyone viewing for the first time for a few days please note the publication date!!!)
Breaking News
Hadlow Down Village Committee has installed the new Dog Excrement Atomising Device at the Village Hall and Playing Field sites.
For those not familiar with this US invention it is worth issuing a warning to all dog owners in the area.
The device is activated when a dog within the pick up range of the device, which is set at 50 metres, defecates.  The device has an extremely sensitive odour detection element which only recognizes dog faeces.  If the faeces are picked up, placed in a plastic bag and put into a designated dog ‘poo’ bin within 30 seconds a receptor device within the dog ‘poo’ bin cancels out the device activation.  If the faeces are left on the ground or placed in a bag that is not put into a local dog ‘poo’ bin within 50 seconds then the device picks up the direction in which the dog and any accompanying owner/walker have headed and the faeces and container bag are atomised through a minor explosion which is also automatically directed toward the dog and owner/walker resulting in the faeces covering and settling on said dog and persons.   The odour strength of the original faeces is also increased by the device making it impossible to remove the smell from fur, clothing, skin etc. by washing but will dissipate naturally after 3 or 4 days.


Published: 01/04/2016

Wealden District Council are encouraging residents to respond to their survey regarding mobile phone reception and internet access within the district.  They will then use the information they have obtained to campaign for better connectivity across Wealden.  The survey expires on 18th April and can be accessed here http://ow.ly/ZwxXe

Parish Council Clerk


Published: 16/03/2016

The Parish Council has submitted a formal application to It was recommended that the application encompass the whole parish, although this will have no immediate effect, it is merely the first stage of applying for a Community Right to Build Order (CRtB) to build a new Community Centre and to re-develop the existing Village Hall site.  We would encourage you to respond to the consultation for a Neighbourhood Area through the following link: http://www.wealden.gov.uk/Wealden/Residents/
Planning_and_Building_Control/Planning_Policy/Neighbourhood
Planning/Planning_Neighbourhood_Planning.aspx

Please contact the Clerk on 01435 860959 if you have any questions.
Parish Council Clerk

Published: 14/03/2016

The Parish Council has received complaints about owners not picking up their dog’s faeces. Despite the majority of people kindly clearing up after their dogs, there is a very small minority who are either leaving the offending item where it has been deposited or placing it in a bag and leaving it hanging in the hedgerow. 
This is especially a problem near the Village Hall, despite a dog bin being provided and residents paying for it to be emptied.  It makes it very unpleasant for residents and users of the hall and is a health hazard. Can owners please either place the dog’s faeces in the dog bins provided at the Village Hall and at the playing field or take it
home with them.  
Thank you for your support in solving this issue



Published: 09/03/2016

The programme for the Village Hall film nights for 2016 has been published and is as follows:
February 13th The Railway Man 
March 19th  Suffragette
April 16th  The Book Thief 
May 14th   Pride
June 18th   Spectre (James Bond)
July 16th.   Lady in a Van
August 13th.  Brooklyn
September 17th.   The Bridge of Spies
October 15th.   The Danish Girl
All programmes start at 7.15 for &.30.  Refreshments and snacks are available.  If you wish to bring your own bottle of plonk glasses are available.


Published: 04/03/2016

Action Fraud has been receiving reports of an advanced fee fraud whereby suspects phone a member of the public and claim to be calling on behalf of the UK (or British) Government Grant Department.

They go on to state that the individual has won a Good Citizen Award – of typically £8,000 – and that the grant can be released for a fee (of around £210).

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Published: 04/03/2016

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