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Despite a guarantee to keep the Ockley base Hi Scott-Broadwood school open until the end of July, and a consultation as to its long-term future, the Head and Governors broke their pledge and closed the school on 31st March.  This is a dreadful blow for the village and brings to an end 176 years of wonderful education for our children.

We, The Parent Action Group, are convinced that Ockley deserves and needs a village school, and we believe that we have your support. We are therefore holding another village meeting on Thursday 18th May at 7.30pm in Ockley Village Hall to discuss the various options that we believe are open to us to get the school back up and running.  We would therefore urge you to come to this meeting and give your backing to the campaign to "Save Our School".

Thank you, Parents Action Group

Visit the 'Save Ockley School' page

We will be open and ready for you all at 10am and the show will go on until around 2pm!

We are very excited to bring to you some of the finest local produce around! We will have the famous Norbury Blue and Dirty Vicar cheeses. Grass fed lamb from Lingfield. Chalkhills bakery breads. White lodge farm with bacon, sausages, gammon, ham and pork. Jam packed will be bringing hand stirred jams, chutneys and honey. Pimpernel fisheries with fresh fish, cooked crabs and lobsters from Salcombe. Etherly farm poultry and eggs. Surrey hills coffee. Big blue cow biltong. Made scents handmade candles. Anila's Indian sauces and chutneys. Surrey pasties sausage rolls. Ockley florists. Sussex charmer cheeses. Firebird brewery. S and s patisserie fresh fruit tarts and pastries.

This is the first instalment which will continue on the first Sunday of each month offering a variety of different products so please come down and show support to local businesses!!

You will find us next door to Village green farm shop on Coles lane in Ockley!

This Temporary Order is required to enable BT to carry out pole removal and/or installation works and to carry out overhead cable works. These works are anticipated to be carried out within three days between the hours of 08.00hrs and 18.00hrs during the three month period of operation of this Order that commences on 8th May 2017. Advanced warning signs will be displayed and the temporary closure will only operate when the relevant traffic signs are displayed. Access will be maintained for pedestrians, emergency vehicles, residents and businesses.

The effect of which will be to prohibit vehicles from entering or proceeding in that length of (D293) Weare Street, Ockley that extends from a point 88 metres south-west of its junction with the access road leading to the property known as “Midways” to a point in-line with the westernmost side of the main property building of the property known as “Weare Street Cottage”. The alternative route for traffic will be via Weare Street, Stane Street, Coles Lane and Weare Street or this route in reverse order.