The results of the Speed Survey carried out in November 2018 can be seen if you click here.
For those of you who visit the Gravel Pits and perhaps even rest awhile on one of the two benches there, you will notice a beautiful new bench, which has been given to the village in memory of Sally Adams. Her niece, Verity, has arranged for this very attractive bench to be donated to Ellisfield and wished it to be situated within the vicinity of the Wine Walk, which Sally initiated. There is a very apt inscription on the bench which reads – “ Sally Adams: June 1933-May 2014 Teacher, Tadpole Nurturer, Wine Walk Initiator and staunch friend of Ellisfield”
I think all of us who knew Sally will be delighted to have this permanent memorial to her.
Councillor Caroline Cazenove
All the fun of the Christmas Fayre
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The noticeboard in College Lane adjacent to the junction with Bell Lane has just been