encompassing Isfield, Rose Hill and Buckham Hill
Situated midway between Lewes, the historic County Town of East Sussex, and Uckfield, and located just outside the South Downs National Park, the Parish of Isfield is primarily a residential/farming community.
More information about the Parish and its history can be found at About the Parish.
East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service are offering free safety checks on electric blankets
Isfield Wednesday Club meets in Isfield Village Hall on alternate Wednesday afternoons at 2.30pm for a talk followed by tea
Age Concern Uckfield and District provide a transport service to people in the local community who require transport to take them to
Doctors and Dentist Surgeries Hospital Appointments
This transpoft service is primarily to promote active life for the elderly who have no means of their own to take them to essential appointments listed above. To contact a driver phone 01825 764290/371146. To see the Age Concern notice click here
Isfield Parish Council has a vacancy for a local resident to join the Council.
Rocks Road, which links Uckfield with Isfield and Piltdown, is to be closed to through traffic for six weeks from July 30 for roadworks.
During the same period, there will also at times be temporary traffic lights on the A22 for safety barrier upgrades. The restrictions will be in place for bridge repairs on Rocks Road.Works will include waterproofing, surfacing and safety barrier repairs.
The diversion for traffic which would normally use Rocks Road will be via Church Street, Uckfield High Street, London Road, A26, A22, A272, Shortbirdge Road, and vice-versa.