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L-M Nelson made this Freedom of Information request to Ashington Parish Council, West Sussex

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Dear Ashington Parish Council,

How many public baths, washhouses and bathing huts are provided and maintained by the Parish Council and where are they located?

What is the current provision of public conveniences within the parish and what are the locations of the public conveniences with in the Parish?

How many burial grounds, cemeteries, crematoria, mortuaries and post-mortem rooms are provided and maintained by the Parish Council and where are they located? Please list burial grounds, cemeteries, crematoria, mortuaries and post-mortem rooms separately.

How many burial grounds, cemeteries and crematoria have been acquired by the Parish Council, since the Parish has had the power to acquire burial grounds, cemeteries and crematoria and where are they located? Please list burial grounds, cemeteries and crematoria separately.

How many monuments and memorials are maintained by the Parish Council under its powers as a burial authority and where are they located?

How many war memorials are maintained, protected and repaired by the Parish Council and where are they located?

How many of these war memorials have undergone any alteration since the Parish Council undertook to maintain, protect and repair them? What were the alterations which took place?

How many bus shelters are provided and maintained by the Parish Council and where are they located?

How many public clocks are provided and maintained by the Parish Council and where are they located?

How many closed churchyards are maintained by the Parish Council and where are they located?

How many buildings are provided by the Parish Council for public meetings and public assemblies, where are they located and what action does the council take to promote their usage?

How many buildings are provided and equipped, for the use by clubs which have a social, athletic or recreational purpose by the Parish Council and where are they located?

How many conference facilities are provided by the Parish Council, where are they located and what action does the council take to promote their usage?

How many areas of common pasture are provided by the Parish Council and where are they located?

How many ponds and ditches does the Parish Council deal with and where are the located?

How many areas of open space are maintained by the Parish Council and where are they located?

How many areas of open space have been acquired by the Parish Council, since the Parish has had the power to acquire open spaces?

How many gymnasiums, playing fields, boating pools, and holiday camps are provided and maintained by the Parish Council and where are they located? Please list gymnasiums, playing fields, boating pools, and holiday camps separately?

How many roadside seats and roadside shelters are provided and maintained by the Parish Council and where are they located?

How many schemes of collective investment are participated in by the Parish Council?

Which lotteries are promoted by the Parish Council?

What wells, springs, and streams are currently utilised as a water supply within the Parish? and What facilities are provided to allow for the facilitation of their use as a water supply by the Parish Council?

Yours faithfully,

L-M Nelson (Miss)

Karen Dare, Ashington Parish Council, West Sussex

In answer to your questions:
1. None
2. None
3. None
4. None
5. None
6. None
7. None
8. 4 - outside the Red Lion (north & south), outside Indian Cottage,
outside Cherubs all London Road
9. None
10. None
11. none
12. none
13. none
14. none
15. 3- Church Close pond, Posthorses pond, Willard Way pond
16. Various pieces of land have been given to the PC by housing
developers - Church Close, Willard Way, Covert Mead, Turnpike Way,
Posthorses
17. none
18. none
19. 5 - London Road
20. none
21. none
22. none

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Karen Dare, Clerk, Ashington Parish Council

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Dear Ms. Dare,

Thank you for you prompt and comprehensive reply.

Yours sincerely,

L-M Nelson (Miss)