Westham Parish Council

Welcome to our community website, providing information and images relating to our vibrant community on the South Coast of England. Historic, picturesque, rural yet close to the seaside town of Eastbourne it is a special place to live in, work in or to visit.

Westham Parish Council is made up of three communities, Westham Village, Stone Cross and Hankham each with their own distinctive images of the Heron, the Windmill and the Anvil respectively. As you enter each of these areas you are greeted by beautifully crafted community signs.

Please visit this site again soon to find out more about our community. Please feel free to contact us by post, telephone or e-mail at;

The Clerk's Office
Stone Cross Primary School
Adur Drive
Stone Cross
Pevensey
East Sussex
BN24 5EF

Tel: 01323 461 299
Fax: 01323 461 299

e-mail: westhamparishcouncil@aol.com

Copies of Council Minutes, Newsletters, Councillor Contact Details and the Annual Reports can also be obtained from this address.


Next Meeting

The next Full Council Meeting will be on the 18th September at Stone Cross School and starts at 7.30pm.

Download Full Council Agenda July 2017
Download Full Council Minutes 19th June 2017
Download Full Council Minutes 10th April 2017


Westham Village Show


Westham Village Show

Defibrillator In Westham

Following a series of fund raising events over several months, Westham Evening WI are delighted to have provided a Public Access Defibrillator for Westham Village.

This is situated on the outside of the Village Hall in Peelings Lane. The site is registered with SECAmb Trust, South East Coast Ambulance Trust, and is available for use 24/7 by the public in the case of a medical emergency.

For safety, the defibrillator is in a locked cabinet. However, when 999 is dialled, SECAmb will tell the caller the location and how to take the defibrillator from the cabinet and make it ready for use.

Westham Evening WI would like to express grateful thanks to everyone who enjoyed, participated in, helped and supported us at our various events which has enabled us to provide this vital life-saving equipment for our rural local community.

Defibrillator


Association of Carers

Carer Poster Service

East Sussex Volunteer Poster


Southern Queen

3-4 years ago a project was started to save the Southern Queen pleasure boat that was built in Westham in 1950 at Street Farm.

Allchorn Pleasure Boat Trust has just taken ownership of the Southern Queen and William Allchorn and the project is now underway.

More details can be found at www.allchornpleasureboattrust.org.uk



Photography

We are looking for some photographs of the local area to use on this website. If you have any that you would be prepared to let us use please email them to westhamparishcouncil@aol.com, we will give photo credits where requested. Unfortunately we are unable to pay you for them though!