Welcome to North Mundham Parish Council

North Mundham Parish Council is a Quality Council made up of nine local people elected to represent the interests of the whole community. Where possible to find solutions to local problems and influence the decisions that affect the Parish. The site will enable you to find out about our vibrant community and understand the roles and responsibilities of the Parish Council.

It is our intention to enable more residents to play an active role in the Community, by participating in more activities, attending Parish Council meetings, taking advantage of the excellent facilities while thoroughly enjoying living in the Parish of North Mundham.

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We would like to welcome you to our commemorative event honouring the bravery and sacrifices made on D-Day.

At 10am we will be raising the flag of peace, everyone is welcome to join us.  This event will also be attended by the children from North Mundham Priamary School, and don’t forget the connect cafe is open in the pavilion room if you want to have refreshments after flag raising.

As the sun sets on this historic day, we gather to pay tribute to the heroes who fought for freedom and peace. Tonight, we unite to remember their courage and resilience.

This free event is being hosted by North Mundham Parish Council 7pm – midnight.

Everyone is welcome to the lighting of the beacon at 9pm on North Mundham Playing Field . This beacon represents the guiding light that led the allied forces to victory on the beaches of Normandy. As it illuminates the sky, let it serve as a beacon of hope and remembrance for generations to come.

In the village hall we will be holding a free event (tickets required) from 7pm to midnight. Talented musician Kerry Le Bern – The Lady Sings will perform stirring renditions of songs from the World War II era, paying homage to the indomitable spirit of the Allied forces.

As we come together to honour the memory of the brave men and women who fought on D-Day, we encourage you to dress in clothing of the era and  bring your own refreshments to enjoy during the event.

As the evening draws to a close, let us carry the spirit of remembrance and gratitude with us. May we never forget the valor and sacrifice of those who stormed the beaches of Normandy on that fateful day. Through our collective commemoration, their legacy will endure, inspiring future generations to cherish and uphold the principles of liberty and justice for all.

Thank you for joining us in honouring the heroes of D-Day. Together, we stand as a testament to their enduring legacy.