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The old Lullabuys premises

The old Lullabuys premises

COSTCUTTER – notices appeared last month on the outside of the old Lullabuys shop (pictured) in Bohemia Road in connexion with an application for the sale of alcohol to be consumed off the premises Monday to Saturday 8am to 10pm and Sunday & Bank Holidays 10am to 10pm. The application was made in the name of Costcutter  of 68-70 Bohemia Road and was submitted by  Aravinthan Pathmanathan and Arvnan Pathmanathan.
SPRINGFIELD ROAD – planning application was registered on the 3rd September with HBC for a proposed driveway at the front of 8, Springfield Road and a proposed modification to the rear of the property.
ST MATTHEWS GARDENS – planning application was registered with HBC on 2nd Sept in relation to 11 St Matthews Gardens, for the continued use of the first floor to provide a children’s out of school/holiday club.
LONDON ROAD – on 12th Sep, HBC planning committee granted Chittinghurst Construction Ltd of Wadhurst outline planning permission for the demolition of the existing dwelling at 335 London Road and the construction of a building with ten flats and associated parking.
FAIRY RINGS – an abundance of dark coloured rings (picture) was spotted on Horntye Park’s cricket pitch last month. The so-called ‘fairy rings’ are apparently not caused by fairies, or by lightning, but  by fungal growth in the soil. It seems the fungus grows outwards from an original central point, the outermost part of the colony releasing nutrients which give rise to the darker rings.

Horntye fairy rings

Horntye fairy rings


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Fairy magic?

Fairy magic?

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