Extension to Henfield Cemetery

In 2004 Henfield Parish Council acquired land to the north of the Cemetery so that it could be extended when necessary. Council decided in 2018 to begin the process of bringing the extension into use. Utility, Groundwater and Topographical Surveys have been undertaken and pathways and planting to include some mature trees have been planned.
Please see below for a timeline of progress for the works.

 

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January 2020 - Planning Permission was granted for the cemetery extension

July 2020 - Quotations have now been received for the work to create the paths

November 2020- Pre Conditions to the Planning Application were discharged and mature trees have been ordered

December 2020 - Work begins on path laying. Click here to see a video of Cllr Jane Jones explaining more

January 2021 - Five mature cherry trees planted in the northern end of the cemetery extension. 

 

 
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