Contact the Trust Foster Lane Ashington West Sussex RH20 3PGChairman: Anthony Gilsenan01903 891413If you live in Ashington, West Sussex, The Ashington Centre is owned by you and your neighbours.
It is held in trust and run by a Board of Trustees and an elected Management Committee all of whom are volunteers.
The facilities are enjoyed by an active playgroup, a weekly mother and toddler meeting, a thriving junior football club, regular badminton sessions and a senior football club Outside you can enjoy the multi-sports court, and inside everything from badminton to short mat bowls plus varying styles of dance from ballet to ballroom.
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Please use our ‘Contact’ page to decide who to report an issue to and how to do this.
Next Parish Council meeting is on Thursday 1st September 2016 at pm in the school hall at Ashington First School, Foster Lane.
The draft Agenda will be on the website late April.
We use first and third-party cookies to improve your experience and our services by identifying your Internet browsing preferences on our website. I am always on my mountain bike or cyclocross bike on the hills and when I am not cycling I am thinking about it.
I am more than a little bit in love with cycling and the South Downs.
I feel very lucky to live where I do and have the West Sussex countryside on my doorstep, and I make the most of it with all the cycling and cake eating I can manage!
Even if you can only spare the odd hour - your expertise could make all the difference.
Phone Margaret on 01903 892633 or 07849 294266 and let her know what your particular interests/skills are.
Ashington Parish Council (West Sussex) aims to represent the interests of all residents of the parish.
The Council is responsible for a range of services and also works in partnership with other Councils and with organisations in the village.
All Council meetings are open to the public and time is allocated for public comment.