Nlca North Lancing

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If you wish to join the NLCA, please click on this link to read our constitution and check whether you live in our geographical area.

Then having checked, if wish to join please do so via this link

 
Diary

 Saturday 27th Sept – Downs Barn

 Friday 17th Oct  – Dog evening

 Friday 21st Nov  – AGM

 November to be confirmed – Quiz Night

 Wednesday 17th Dec – Christmas Cheer

Membership currently 203

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The North Lancing Community Association website
The North Lancing Community Association was founded in October 2006 to "promote the village, to act as a forum for residents views and to work towards creating community spirit"  
above. From the archive ... heavy snow fell on 12th March 2013, here is the dew pond
Lovely weather continues as I write these notes … hope you able to enjoy it. I start by using one of my favourite words “thankyou”. In this case it goes to Sue and John Wellfare who have housed and helped members and others use the NLCA photocopier over the years. Committee, mindful of the original bid made to WSCC to get the copier, decided to see if we could encourage wider use of the machine so the copier is now housed at Village Action, 17 North Road. All NLCA copying is being carried out at zero cost, others are being charged 10p per side A4.  here is still time to let me know about how to spend £300 of our funds on the area. I would like some more ideas and to that end have decided to put the options onto our membership renewals forms going out in November to encourage a good response. Please let me have your ideas by mid-October

Andy Brook
0787 5627153 (office hours please)  andy@northlancing.org
This page was updated on 20th September 2014
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Everything English …, what an afternoon. We had a ball, with light-hearted readings, poems, lots of singing and flag waving and a superb band the Tooters. We had fun fun fun.  If you missed the Tooters or would like to see them again let us know and we will see what we can do.

Sept 27th. The Downs Barn.  Another chance to visit this beautiful location. We will be welcomed by Mike Tristram and given a short talk, bringing us up to date with what is happening at, and around the Barn.  Tea and coffee will be available on arrival, and for anyone who wants, a Ploughman’s will be available at lunchtime. Car parking is available, and, a few place next to the Barn for anyone with mobility problems. If you would like to walk (with or without a dog) we will be leaving from the corner of Mill Road and The Street at 10.00a/m, otherwise please be there by 11.30 The cost of this event is will be £5.00 for drinks and a Ploughman’s, or £2.50. For booking details see below.

October 17th. Dog Evening. If past experience is anything to go by this should be a fun evening. We will be welcoming back Barbara with her dancing dogs, a talk about the role of dogs during World War 1, and other things to keep you amused. Cost £3.50 to include Tea a Coffee and Biscuits

November (date to be advised). Quiz with Fish & Chips. For the regulars there is no need to explain, but for new NLCA members who have never tried it here is what you can expect. You will probably never experienced anything like it before. The questions are really easy to answer, but it’s not easy to win. All will be made clear on the night. It’s really fun and can get quite noisy sometimes. And to add to the pleasure, halfway through the evening we have Fish & Chips with Tea and Coffee. The cost & booking details will be in the November newsletter.

December 17th. Christmas Cheer. Make sure you put this date in your diary, you won’t want to miss this event. More details later. That’s it for now except to thank you for your continuing support.

Booking details. Ring June on 01903 755522 or Adrienne on 01903 753977. Dog Evening Ring June on 01903 755522

 
Meet Stewart Metcalfe (PCSO) Police Community Support Officer for North Lancing “My main area of responsibility is the Manor ward in North Lancing where I aim to work with the community to address local issues, ensuring that Lancing remains a great place to live and work. From the shop keepers in the high street to the dog walkers on the Downs, I meet a wide spectrum of people within our community and it is great to hear everyone’s points of view” Stewart Metcalfe PCSO Manor Ward Lancing Adur NPT Lancing Police Station 107-111 North Road LANCING BN15 9BB  www.sussex.police.uk Twitter @NorthLancingPol  Mobile 07920 723699 
If you wish to join the NLCA, please click on this link to read our constitution and check whether you live in our geographical area. Then having checked, if wish to join please do so via this link 
New neighbours? Why not introduce the NLCA to them? From time to time people move in and out of our area, it is always sad to see people "move on" but when people move in we have an opportunity to help them "feel at home". The NLCA has a welcome pack for new members of our local community, it includes a greeting card, the latest newsletter and a note from Andy inviting them to join the NLCA . So if you have new neighbours please ask for one of the packs to give to them or give Andy the address and he will deliver the welcome pack personally