|290 Taxi Minibuses||Other, Taxis|
|A Touch of Glamour||Fashion, Fashion and Accessories, Hair and Beauty, Wigs|
|Abbott and Abbott||Finance, Estate Agents|
|All Seasons Tree Surgery||House and Home, Tree Surgery|
|Animal Chatter||Other, Pet Care|
|Barry Edwards Opticians||Health, Optician|
|Betts and Lloyd||Food Stores and Newsagents, Butchers|
|Bexhill Tree Surgeons||House and Home, Tree Surgery|
|BN Blinds and Curtains||House and Home, Blinds|
|Bolt Bikes||Other, Bikes|
|Burgess and Co||Finance, Estate Agents|
|Bushdrives||House and Home, Builders|
|Care at Home||Health, Caring Community|
|CareZone Training||Health, Caring Community|
|Carly’s Coffee||Accommodation and Eating Out, Restaurants|
|Clip Joint, The||Other, Pet Care|
|Cooden Beach Sports and Social Club||Leisure club|
|Cooden Taxis||Other, Taxis|
|Crafty Arts Studio||Other, Arts and Crafts|
|Cream Hairdressing||Hair and Beauty, Hairdressers|
|Denis Parkinson Carpets & Furniture||House and Home, Carpets|
|Feist, S.J. & Co Ltd||House and Home, Utilities|
|Fringe Hair Design||Hair and Beauty, Hairdressers|
|Greystones Estate Agents||Finance, Estate Agents|
|Henty Building Services Ltd||House and Home, Builders|
|Jazz Gentlemens Grooming||Hair and Beauty, Barbers|
|Little Common Community Centre||Other, Social|
|Little Common Dental Care||Health, Dentist|
|Little Common Dental Practice||Health, Dentist|
|Little Common Library||Venues and Activities|
|Little Common Newsagents||Food Stores and Newsagents, Newsagents|
|Little Common Pharmacy||Health, Chemist|
|Little Common Picture Framer||Other, Picture Framer|
|Little Common School||Other, Education|
|Little Common Surgery||Health, Doctors|
|Malika in Stitches||Other, Arts and Crafts|
|MC Glass||House and Home, Double Glazing|
|Pebblestone Kitchens||House and Home, Kitchens|
|Perfections Beauty||Hair and Beauty, Beauty Salons|
|Phaze One||Hair and Beauty, Hairdressers|
|Post Office, The||Other, Cards and Stationery, Finance, Post Office|
|Qiana||Fashion and Accessories|
|Reynolds Hardware||House and Home, Hardware Store|
|Rotary Club of Senlac||Other, Social|
|Royal British Legion, The||Other, Social|
|Siam Thai Restaurant||Accommodation and Eating Out, Restaurants|
|St. Leonards Glass||House and Home, Double Glazing|
|Summit Wealth Management||Finance, Financial Advisors|
|Taylor Winchester||Finance, Financial Advisors|
|The Cooden Beach Hotel||Accommodation and Eating Out, Restaurants, Health, Hotels, Restaurants, Leisure Club|
|The Denbigh||Accommodation and Eating Out, Restaurants,|
|The Village Hair Shop||Hair and Beauty, Hairdressers|
|Therapies by Tania||Health, Therapist|
|Total Project Management||House and Home, Builders|
|Trim Feet Podiatry||Health, Podiatry|
|Two Trees Cafe||Accommodation and Eating Out, Cafe|
|Utility Warehouse Discount Club||Other, Utilities|
|Village Cafe||Accommodation and Eating Out, Cafe|
|Vintage Lightingfx||House and Home, Lighting|
|Wet Tech||House and Home, Bathrooms|
|Wheatsheaf Inn, The||Accommodation and Eating Out, Restaurants|
Following the resignation of the previous Committee at the end of March, a new one was elected at a meeting on 10th April 2018 consisting of:
Chair : Dave Apps (of Wet Tech)
Vice Chair : Pete Freeman (of Denis Parkinson Carpets)
Treasurer : Laura Johnstone (of The Wheatsheaf)
Secretary : Lynn Adair (of The Wheatsheaf and DarnKnits)
Website and Newsletter : Nick Bygrave
Notice Board maintenance : Gavin Holden (of Pebblestone Kitchens)
At the meeting, Dave thanked all those volunteering and outlined the current aim – to try and continue the association, but in a simple way, primarily in order to maintain the flower displays in the summer and the Christmas lights in the winter. This would ensure the village is attractive to not only current locals but also to those visiting, and would encourage use of local businesses and services
The joys and perils of business life are examined in a new book. The behind-the-scenes stories of some of the village’s iconic businesses such as The Post Office, Betts and Loyd and The Wheatsheaf, are vividly told in a series of interviews. More than a dozen businesses are featured in all. The book, called Roundabout A Year in the Life of Little Common, is written by village journalist Philip Elms and charts everyday events throughout 2017. It is available from Little Common Post Office (from 3 April) at a special launch price of £9.99.
On Sunday, 3rd December, at 4.30pm, Councillor Stuart Earl performed the ceremonial switch-on of the colourful lights adorning the roundabout tree. Click on the heading above to see some pictures.
A large crowd of residents and visitors, young and old, applauded enthusiastically and then repaired to the Community Centre for refreshments and to sing carols.
Following our campaign to encourage RDC to make the car park in the village free they have agreed to reduce the annual permit fee down from £498.50 to £175. So although not free it’s a big concession and will help.
Also, there will be concession during school drop off and pick up times when the carpark IS free for a 45-minute period. This should make a huge difference to Birkdale and anyone who’s tried to get through during the busy times? It should also make it a lot safer for parents and children.
I don’t yet have the details of when these changes will be introduced but as soon as we do I’ll let everyone know. These changes have come about as direct result of the petition and the campaign run by the LCCBA, so a big thank you to everyone who supported it.
Darren and I will also be attending the RDC meeting in February to put the case further for free parking so we haven’t given up yet. If anyone has any input or comments ahead of then we’d be pleased to hear from you?
Also, as you know we have secured the next 3 Saturdays for free parking in the village, so hopefully you can spread the word to your customers to encourage them into the village for longer?
Kim Monroe Dip PFS (MP & ER)
LITTLE COMMON AND COODEN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION
Please see below the email to LCCBA from RDC regarding Council Tax and your opportunity to feedback to them any thoughts? I suggest anyone interested click on the link for more information have a read and then complete on the online response form?Public Consultation on Council Tax and the Budget in 2018/19
Kim Monroe, LCCBA
Rother District Council would like to invite you, on behalf of Little Common and Cooden Business Association, to take part in our consultation to help inform our revenue budget for 2018/19. This consultation is for businesses, Council Tax payers and residents in Rother. Our options include potential changes to residents’ Council Tax charges.
We are consulting on what affects our revenue budget. Our revenue budget is the money that is used to deliver our day-to-day services such as waste collection, street cleaning, leisure, planning and many more services. The budget covers the running costs in delivering these services such as staff, buildings, paying suppliers and contractors and other operating costs. You may wish to tell the Council about any potential impact on your association and its work.
You can read more information here – http://www.rother.gov.uk/article/12954/Council-Budget-201819
Your members can take part as members of the public using the online responses form on the website http://www.rother.gov.uk/article/12954/Council-Budget-201819
You are welcome to share this invitation to any interested parties.
An interim progress report goes to Cabinet on 18 December with the results to date.
This consultation closes on 5 January 2018 and late responses may not be taken into account.
Thank you for your attention and your help.
On behalf of Robin Vennard, Service Manager – Finance and Welfare
Policy Officer, Programme Office and Policy Team
Community & Economy Department
Rother District Council
Twitter: @rdcconsult – https://twitter.com/RDCconsult
Tel: 01424 787816
Rother District Council
Programme Office & Policy
Bexhill on Sea
The recent petition for free parking in the village was handed in to the council, so thank you to everyone who supported the campaign.
It will be a fairly lengthy process and no decision will be made until next May when RDC meet to finalise the plan, and even if the changes go ahead it will be a further 18 months before East Sussex County Council take over enforcement from Sussex Police.
If anyone has any specific questions around the proposed changes it is suggested that they contact our local councillor Stuart Earl who was also at the meeting.
Kim Monroe Dip PFS (MP & ER)
Support our campaign for free parking and help the remaining businesses survive and attract further investment in the area.