Annual Meeting of Electors 28 April 2022

The first face to face “Annual Meeting of Electors” for electors of the Civil Parish of Tangmere since 2019 will be held at 7pm on Thursday 28 April 2022 in the Youth Hall at Tangmere Village Centre.

The Annual Meeting of Electors also known as the Parish Meeting is a quirky and potentially powerful bit of local democracy. The meeting is not a meeting of the Parish Council – but, by law, it must be chaired by the Chairman of the Parish Council if that person is present (and by convention the Parish Clerk normally takes the minutes) however, anyone on the electoral role for Tangmere may attend and every elector present has the same status.  Electors can ask any question relevant to the residents of the village – and the Chairman and Clerk will do their best to answer on the night.

The meeting should be held every year. The last face to face meeting took place in 2019, there was no meeting in 2020 and the 2021 took place remotely using video conferencing.

To understand more about Parish Meetings please click here 
To download the agenda for the meeting on 28 April please click here
And the minutes of the last meeting (held on 27 May 2021) are here


Tangmere Parish Council resumes face to face meetings

Face to face meetings of Tangmere Parish Council resume on 13 May 2021 now that the emergency regulations permitting remote meetings have come to an end. The Annual Meeting of the Parish Council will be held at 7.30pm on Thursday 13 May 2021. The meeting will be held at Sage House in Tangmere and the Parish Council is very grateful to all at Dementia Support for their help in arranging this while the Village Centre is in use a a vaccination centre.  The agenda for this meeting is available by clicking here

As always any meeting of the Parish Council is held in public and residents are welcome to attend in person. Regrettably at this time we may need to limit numbers attending in order to comply with social distancing and other Covid regulations.

Covid-19 Vaccination Centre

Tangmere Village Centre will open as Covid-19 Vaccination Centre from Thursday 14 Jan 2021.
To play our part in the battle against the pandemic, Tangmere Parish Council has helped the NHS search and find a suitable building in the Tangmere Village Centre.
The vaccination will be staffed and run by the NHS and their guidance on the vaccination programme can be found here:
Just to stress their point – “The NHS is working hard to get the vaccine to everyone who is eligible as quickly as possible. Please do not contact your GP or other NHS service to ask for the vaccine; you will be invited to receive it when it is your turn”.
Please do not contact the parish council about the vaccine – but our team will be available and working remotely to deal with normal parish council business.

Village Centre Reopens

Tangmere Village Centre reopens for bookings on 1 September 2020. The premises have been risk assessed and made Covid-secure. Only those activities permitted under Government Covid-19 regulations will be able to book and users will be asked to assist by following some additional hire conditions to make sure that their activity is conducted safely. If you would like to make a booking then please contact the bookings secretary at 

Recreational Cricket Resumes

In another sign that things are gradually returning to something like “normal” recreational cricket will resume (weather permitting) on the Village Recreation Field. The first fixture of the year is on 25 July 2020 at 13.00 and will be followed by junior and adult matches in the following weeks. Please help the teams by remembering that they are subject to some very firm rules (from the English Cricket Board (ECB)) about social distancing and the cleanliness of the ball etc. please don’t get too close or touch the ball.

New Equipment in time for reopening of Tangmere Playground

On Saturday 4 July 2020 Covid-19 regulations were relaxed sufficient to allow the reopening of the playground and skatepark on the Tangmere Recreation Field. Parents are urged to be vigilant and to ensure that children’s hands are sanitised before and after play.  The reopened playground includes the newest piece of play equipment, a “Nexus Altitude 5 Slide” , incorporates climbing, hanging and sliding features. It has 2 multi person decks at different heights, a slide, rope ladder, vertical climbing wall, monkey bars, inclined climbing wall, curved sliding pole, trapeze, thorn climber and bench seat. It is intended for use by the over 12 age group, and is 3 metres high at the highest point.

The full press release on this item may be viewed here PR 2020-07-04