Friars Hill is open again to traffic today Thursday 31 January following the closure which was due to a gas leak that has now been repaired.
In partnership with Lets Do Business Group, this event organised by Action in Rural Sussex is part of a new initiative which seeks to provide an informal forum for local business people to come together and explore ways ensure their business is legally compliant. It also an opportunity for people to hear about the wide range of free business support on offer to assist them in growing their business and running it effectively.
Attendance is free and open to all types and size of business within East Sussex.
Martin and Anna King have very kindly provided Pett on the Net a booklet produced by the Churchwardens of Pett Church in 1988 (?) entitled ‘Welcome to Pett: Local Organisations and Services and Easy Footpath Walks’.
It can be downloaded here
The following full overnight closures are scheduled on the M23:
28 January 10pm – 4am.
Full closure of Junction 9 (Gatwick) exit slip road Northbound. Diversion route via junction 10 M23, A2011, London Road, Airport Way.
29 January 10pm – 4am.
Full closure from Junction 10 to 8 on the M23 Northbound. Diversion route for M25 via junction 10 A264, A22 to M25. For Gatwick Airport – A2011, London Road, Airport Way.
30 & 31 January 10pm – 4am.
Full Closure of Junction 9 exit slip Northbound. Diversion route via Junction 10 M23, A2011, London Road, Airport Way.
30 January 10pm – 4am.
Full closure between Junction 8 – 9 on M23 Southbound. Diversion route via M25 junction 6, A22, A264, re-join at junction 10 on the M23 for Gatwick Airport.
A cold alert for Sussex for 27 – 30 January has just been issued. You can view it here
There have been a number of queries about the closure of Pett Road this week and how long it is likely to last.
It is gas maintenance work being carried out by SGN. It would seem that the work will continue until Tuesday 29th January.
This is the link to their website with information about the work – https://roadworks.org/
You will need to enter ‘Pett’ into their search box on the page to find the relevant map and details.
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