Dear Jess [Tamplin]
Apologies for the delay in replying to you.
I would like to attend the CBC Cabinet meeting [Wednesday, July 6 – 7pm Town Hall] in person and to ask the question in person. An initial verbal response would be appreciated and, if possible, as I am rather deaf, a more detailed written response. If the latter is not possible, then a verbal response will suffice.
A supplementary question is not planned.
May I provide the  Map  Archaeology Letter, and  Crawley Observer Letter, in the form below. If hard copies are required, please let me know.
Many thanks for your assistance.
Richard Symonds from the Ifield Society:
“With the recent discovery of a possible 3,500-year-old Bell Barrow ancient burial ground to the West of Ifield, will this Council now consider a Platinum Jubilee National Nature Reserve and Heritage Park – combining Willoughby Fields Local Nature Reserve, Ifield Brook Meadows Local Green Space and Ifield Millpond SNCI”
1. Crawley Greenway 2000AD [West of Ifield section to the left of picture] – showing the combination of Willoughby Fields Local Nature Reserve LNR [top], Ifield Brook Meadows Local Green Space LGS [middle] and Ifield Millpond and Bewbush Water Gardens SNCI [bottom] – A future Platinum Jubilee National Nature Reserve and Heritage Park?
2. ‘Specialist Archaeological Advice’ Letter – November 2 2020AD
3. Crawley Observer Letter – June 29 2022AD
Possible 3,500-year-old Bell Barrow burial ground – Circle – where Ifield Brook [from south] meets the River Mole [from south-west to north-east]