JULY 6 2022 – CRAWLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL – CABINET MEETING – PUBLIC QUESTION – PLATINUM JUBILEE NATIONAL NATURE RESERVE AND HERITAGE PARK ?

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 [1] Map [2] Archaeology Letter, and [3] Crawley Observer Letter, in the form below. If hard copies are required, please let me know.
 
Many thanks for your assistance.
 
Kind regard
 
Richard [Symonds]
 
 
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]
http://ifieldsociety.org.uk/index.php/2022/06/30/july-6-2022-public-question/