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Osteopath 4 Children

New to Herstmonceux, Tracey Cambridge is a Paediatric Osteopath with 17 years experience in treating a wide range of infant and childhood conditions.

Osteopath 4 Children
The Old Doctor's Surgery
West End
Herstmonceux BN27 4NN

www.osteopath4children.co.uk

Tel: 01323 832 656

 

Herstmonceux Integrative Health Centre

Yoga Classes
Mondays 7.30-8.30pm

Stretch your body, relax your mind, improve your concentration
and aid sleep. With Kate a qualified yoga teacher - for more information call 07990-755415

Tai Chi for Beginners

Mindfulness based Tai Chi for stress
6 week course starts Wednesday 3rd September 2.00-3.00pm

Tai Chi is a form of therapeutic exercise designed to energise the whole body whilst also becoming more relaxed
The gentle nature of the movements meand that it's possible for all ages and physical abilities to participate. For further information please phone Robert on 01323-738111 or 07796545669

Community Land Trusts

Please click here for a document describing the structure of Community Land Trusts

 

Call 101 to help stop illegal off-roading in the countryside

People witnessing illegal or anti-social off-road driving on paths in the countryside are being called on to report it to the police using the new 101 phone number.
Sussex Pathwatch is a special service set up to help protect the safety of everyone using rights-of-way, fields and woodland to prevent the damage that illegal offroading can cause. A similar service called Countrywatch has been set up in Hampshire. Anyone can report an offence by calling 101 or emailing contact.centre@sussex.pnn.police.uk in Sussex and countrywatch@hampshire.pnn.police.uk in Hampshire.
Angela Ward, ranger for the South Downs National Park, said:
Most people driving off-road do so legally and with consideration for other people. Unfortunately there are a small minority driving illegally. They put everyone’s safety at risk, give legal drivers a bad name and cause damage to the countryside.
“That’s why we’re working with the Police and local authorities on this scheme. If illegal off-roading isn’t reported then the police can’t take any action.”
Just one example of Pathwatch success was in a case of illegal off-road motorcycling on a Site of Special Scientific interest near Small Dole in West Sussex. The site, which holds three nationally rare habitats and supports a rich community of rare butterflies and moths, was blighted by off-road motorcyclists who had even brought in equipment to dig tracks. Following calls from the public, Sussex Police were able to catch them in the act and serve notice – meaning that if they reoffend in the next 12 months their vehicle will be impounded and possibly crushed. This led to the activity stopping.
Angela added:
Off-roading can be great fun so if you want advice on how to do it legally speak to the Land Access and Recreation Association, the Trials Rider Fellowship or ask us on Twitter @SussexPathwatch or Facebook.”
Find out more about Countrywatch at www.hampshire.police.uk/internet/advice-and-information/rural-crime/country-watch or Sussex Pathwatch at www.pathwatch.info.

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