Isfield Parish Council

encompassing Isfield, Rose Hill and Buckham Hill

Welcome to the Isfield Parish Council website

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.


On this website you will find details about the Parish and the Parish Council, its members, meeting dates, minutes of meetings and income and expenditure.


News, information on forthcoming events and useful community contacts are also detailed and some local businesses and organisations are also detailed.







Latest News


Isfield Parish Council Meeting


There will be a virtual meeting on the 28th September at 7pm.

Any parishioners wishing to join the zoom meeting should contact the clerk by email :

Thank you.


Clerk to Isfield Parish Council



Isfield Village Hall welcomes hirers to the hall again


Isfield Village Hall is delighted to be able to open again on 1st August and warmly welcomes back its regular clubs and its hirers for private, celebratory events etc. The hire fee for use of the Village Hall remains at £12 per hour (with NO additional fee for extra cleaning) but hirers should be assured that the cleaning regime has been upgraded, in particular with the purchase of a 'Fogger' which sprays a fine mist of sterilising solution over surfaces, chairs, tables, etc. In addition, it will be the responsibility of individual hirers to clean all surfaces used during and after use.These combined efforts should ensure that the Village Hall remains a COVID free location.



Dogs in recreation ground and Childrens play area
20th July 2020


Dog fouling in recreation ground


Coronavirus – Guidance on access to green spaces
21st June 2020


Coronavirus - Guidance on access to green spaces



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Outdoor Table Tennis in the Recreation Ground
21st June 2020


The outdoor table can be now be used with certain Covid 19 restrictions.

Official guidance when using outdoor table tennis tables is:

Players should wipe down the table before and after use with their OWN ANTIBACTERIAL WIPES

Players should bring and use their own bats and balls.

This equipment should not be shared with others. If playing with a person not from their household, two different balls should be used (e.g. using two different colour balls) so players only need to handle their own ball

A distance of 2m between players and others should be kept at all times

Avoid handshakes or other physical contact

If you are showing coronavirus symptoms, or if you or any of your household are self-isolating, you should stay at home and not use such facilities

Players should use one side of the table and not swap ends



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Social distancing poster
27th March 2020








In line with Government advice the new play area will be open, all of the equipment will be available but social distancing rules are to be applied using this equipment.



Please read the safety instructions and guidance before using the equipment CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS