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.
BT are apparently making changes to the broadband circuit in Isfield in April which will result in speeds to some properties reducing! The Parish Council would like to know how many properties are affected by this retrograde step so if you have you been contacted by BT about this could you please e-mail Councillor Jerry Phillips - email@example.com - or phone him on 01825 750522
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.
Palm Sunday 25th March - there will be the traditional procession from the Recreation Field car park to St Margaret's led by a "donkey"
Good Friday (30th March) - A devotional service at 12 noon
Easter Sunday (1st April) - Family Communion Service 10am
A meeting of Isfield Parish Council will take place at 7.30pm in Isfield Village Hall on Monday 26th March. Members of the public are welcome to attend and the agenda and minutes of the previous meeting can be found in the section 'Council Meetings' on this website.
A Charity Golf Day, organised by Haywards Heath Rotary Club, will be held at Piltdown Golf Club on 25tth May
A Sussex based charity, Action Medical Research for Children, whose Patron is the Duke of Edinburgh, specialises in childhood diseases - some of which are rare and find difficulty in obtaining funding. The funds from the Charity Golf Day will go towards a project to treat children with uncontrolled epilepsy seizures.
Details of the golf day can be found by clicking here and anyone who might be interested in playing or providing sponsorship or a raffle prize should contatc Barry Bates on 07795 262666 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Uckfield Art Group will be holding their Summer Exhibition on Saturday 2 June between 10am-4pm at the Luxford Centre, Library Way, Uckfield, TN22 1AR.
Admission is free and all visitors will be most welcome to view the art work including paintings, cards and other work which will be on sale. A childrens' activity table and tempting refreshments will also be available.