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.
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
A part time caretaker/cleaner is required for Isfield Village Hall
Duties to include (but not limited to)
Ensuring access to the Village Hall
for hirers and suppliers
The Wednesday Club meets on alternative Wednesdays in Isfield Village Hall at 2.30pm for a talk followed by tea.
Isfield Parish Council has a vacancy for a local resident to join the Council.
Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare is hosting an exhibition of Animal Art on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th February.
The Meeting Room, between the information centre and the café, will be converted into an art gallery for the weekend.
Pet portrait artists and animal / wildlife painters will be exhibiting their work, which will include original paintings, prints and greeting cards as well as some felted pictures, all of which are available to buy. Artists will be on hand on both days to chat to visitors and undertake commissions.
Opening times are 10am till 4pm. "