Issue 25 September 2022

Matters

Take a look inside Kings Weald Community Centre

The brand new Kings Weald Community Centre in Burgess Hill opened earlier this year and is now available for a range of activities like choir, dance, drama, brownies, fitness classes and children's parties.

Centre Manager Adam Fear has taken the time to give us a tour around the inside of the new building to show off the space that's available and explain a bit more about the great activities on offer. If you would like to book a room or join in with one of the many activities on offer, you can call 0800 0191310 or email kings.weald@ageukwsbh.org.uk 

To keep up to date with everything that's happening at the Kings Weald Community Centre you can follow them on Facebook and Instagram if you search for 'Kings Weald Community Centre' or visit the AgeUK website  www.ageuk.org.uk/westsussexbrightonhove/activities-and-events/kings-weald-community-centre/ 

Located on Wyvern Way, the Kings Weald Community Centre was built by Croudace Home as part of a the 475-home development at the former Keymer Brick and Tile site to the east of Burgess Hill. The building is being managed on behalf of Mid Sussex District Council by AgeUK West Sussex Brighton and Hove.  








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West Sussex County Council has submitted a reserved matters planning application to create an ‘all-through’ primary and secondary school as part of the Burgess Hill Brookleigh development (formerly known as the Northern Arc).

The school will be fully inclusive and include a Special Support Centre to support children with special educational needs and disabilities attending the new school.

The University of Brighton Academies Trust has been appointed to run the new all-through school. West Sussex County Council is creating the secondary school element and the primary school element, which will be designed and built later, is being created by Homes England.

The design of the new secondary school building aims to achieve Passivhaus certification, which sets the standard for low-carbon emissions, use of sustainable energy, and helping to reduce the impact of climate change. The building will be highly energy efficient and generate its own energy on-site using nearly 1000 solar photovoltaic panels, ensuring no use of fossil fuels in the running of the building.

The scheme has been designed to protect, conserve and enhance the rich biodiversity found on the site, and you can view the proposed design of the school at https://youtu.be/zSeonaHiXFs

To view the Planning Application, please visit the MSDC Planning Portal using the reference DM/18/5114.