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A message from the Penkhull Residents Association

December 6, 2011

You may have probably seen at the junction of Gresty Street and Honeywall a large Staffordshire Blue brick block.  This is the support a marble stone similar to that at the top of Penkhull New Road which will form the surrounding support for a new historical sign to be situated at that location.

So why, you may ask? The sign is the last in a series of signs covering all the major roads leading to the village that refer to Penkhull as once being a Royal Manor.

 However, the new sign at Honeywall will have a double significance because evidence supports that the area in Honeywall (meaning hill fortress) could well be the entrance to the former Iron Age Fort as well as the ancient Domesday Village. The new stone memorial will reflect that fact.

It will be unveiled on Saturday the 10th December at 11.00a.m. by Sue Wainwright, the landlady of The White Lion Inn for over seventeen years.

 I do hope that you will be able to show your support to the occasion by being there to be a part of history in the making and sharing such a very special occasion with us.

Richard Talbot, Char,

Penkhull Residents Association


November 26, 2011

For your information.

Sony television owners have been warned that a number of models are a potential fire hazard.
The electronics giant has revealed that a small amount of 40-inch Bravia LCD TV devices, which have been available in Europe since June 2007, could be faulty.
The affected models contain a defective component which can potentially over-heat and catch alight to melt the upper casing of the television.
Jackie Boyle, community fire safety officer for West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service, told the West Sussex County Times that anyone who owns a Sony Bravia TV should check to ensure it isn’t on the list of potentially faulty models.
She said: “If you do own one of the affected models and you notice any abnormality, for example an unusual noise, smell or smoking then turn it off immediately, unplug the power cable and stop using the TV.
“We also urge everyone to make sure they have a smoke alarm on every floor of their home and test them weekly.”
The affected models are the: KDL-40D3400, KDL-40D3500, KDL-40D3550, KDL-40D3660, KDL-40V3000, KDL-40W3000, KDL-40X3000, KDL-40X3500 and the KDL-40Z3000.”

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November 8, 2011
From today, our new non emergency number is 101.

Phone 101 for non emergencies, such as if your car has been stolen, your property has been damaged or to report a minor traffic collision. Also phone 101 for general enquiry.

In an emergency, such as when a crime is in progress, when there is danger to life or when violence is being used or threatened, always dial 999.

More details at

Local crime and policing information for England and Wales.