The parish is entirely contained within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
More information about the history and organisation of the parish can be found at About the Parish.
Formal Consultation By Rother District Council (Regulation 16)
As our Neighbourhood Plan has reached the 'submission' stage, it is the role of Rother District Council (as the local planning authority) to publicise the Neighbourhood Plan.
Rother District Council (RDC) is therefore currently carrying out formal public consultation on the submitted Salehurst & Robertsbridge Neighbourhood Plan.
The consultation runs from 9am, Friday 10th February until 4:30pm, Friday 24 March 2017.
Details of the Plan and how to make representations can be found on the Salehurst & Robertsbridge Neighbourhood Plan page of the RDC website.
You can also see all the documents and submit comments at the following places:
The Submission version of the Plan and all related documents can be seen on the Neighbourhood Plan website (click on the 'Resources' tab) (but to make representations/comments you need to go to the RDC website).
The Mobile Library visits George Hill every 3rd Thursday, between 09:45 and 10:15. See article for dates.
Our annual village tidy-up is taking place this Sunday 19th March - meet at the recreation ground at 2pm, bringing gloves and litter-pickers if you have them (we have some). Families especially welcome. Free BBQ for the volunteers afterwards, courtesy of the kind Darvell Community!
The next Parish Council Meeting will be on Monday 20th March at Robertsbridge Hall at 7:30pm. Press and public are welcome to attend. Up to 15 minutes will be allowed at the start of the meeting for public comments and questions. You can see the notice for the meeting here.
The agenda for the meeting will be available on the council meetings page 3 days before the meeting.
All residents of Salehurst and Robertsbridge are warmly invited to this annual community gathering.
There will be displays and information from representatives of local groups and organisations, and a short presentation about the Living Garden project at Robertsbridge Community College. And there will be a delicious (free) finger-food buffet and glass of wine.
This is a meeting for the whole community - it is NOT a Council Meeting and no ordinary Council business will take place. However, your local Councillors will be present and after their brief reports you will have an opportunity to ask them questions on parish matters or make comments and suggestions.
They will also be available to meet and chat to informally if you would like to.
This is your chance to see and hear about all the great things going on in our lovely village, so do come along - and encourage family, friends and neighbours to come along too.