Bovis Appeal for Land East of Ditchling Road

The appeal hearing will commence at 10am

on 14 September 2016, at the Jubilee Christian Centre, Mill Lane, Barcombe, East Sussex, BN8 5TH.

Members of the public are permitted to attend.


Routing of Site Traffic for Cala Homes Development - North Common Road

It has been agreed by East Sussex County Council Highways and Sussex Police that all construction traffic for the Cala site should arrive via Chailey Common and leave through the village (ie along Green Road).  Should you have any queries or issues arising from the Cala development, please contact Parish Councillor Michelle van Bochove (on 471443) who is in regular contact with Cala staff.


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Wivelsfield Annual Parish Meeting

Thursday 10 March 2016

From 7pm

Wivelsfield Village Hall

An opportunity to chat to local councillors, representatives from Sussex Police, the Village Hall Management Committee and other local groups and to hear and ask questions about local issues

 Tea/coffee & bar available 7-8pm

 Formal meeting commences at 8pm

Everyone welcome

New Councillors Wanted

Published: August 2015
Following the recent resignation of Lee White (please see Casual Vacancy Notice below), Wivelsfield Parish Council currently has four vacancies for new councillors.  If you would like to help develop, improve and protect your local community for the future, why not join the Parish Council?rolex replica

To be eligible you must be:
  • A British, Commonwealth, Irish or European Union citizen
  • At least 18 years old
  • Either on the list of electors for the Parish, or during the whole of the previous twelve months have:
    • Occupied land in the Parish as an owner or tenant
    • Had a principal place of work in the Parish
    • Resided in, or within three miles of the Parish
The Council meets once a month (for about two hours), with additional short meetings when required.  It is responsible for managing the parish precept (budget), considering local planning applications, maintaining the recreation ground and war memorial, providing street lighting, bus shelters, dog waste/litter bins, giving grants to local community groups, progressing the Wivelsfield Neighbourhood Plan (in conjunction with the Steering Group) and representing residents views.

If you would like to know more about this worthwhile role or how to apply, please contact the Clerk on 01444 471898 or via .

Casual Vacancy Notice

Published: July 2015
Notice is hereby given that:

  1.  A vacancy has occurred in the Ward for a member to serve on the WIVELSFIELD PARISH COUNCIL for the period expiring May 2019.
  2. If TEN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTORS for the Ward of the Parish of Wivelsfield give notice in writing on or before the 3rd August 2015 to : THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE, LEWES DISTRICT COUNCIL, Southover House, Southover Road, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1AB, that they wish an election to be held to fill the vacancy then a by-election will be held.fake rolex watches
  3. If notice is not given and received as mentioned in (2) above the Wivelsfield Parish Council will proceed to fill the before-mentioned vacancy by CO-OPTION at its meeting to be held on Monday the 7th day of September 2015.
Dated this 21st day of July 2015

E Gander  Parish Clerk

Parish Council Office
The Cock Inn
North Common Road
Wivelsfield Green
RH17 7RH

Carriageway Patching - Green Road - 19-21 March 2014

East Sussex County Council Highways Department has advised that carriageway patching works will take place on Green Road between the 19th and 21st March.  Two way temporary traffic lights will be in place and the work should take place between 9am and 4pm to avoid peak travel time.

Wivelsfield Annual Parish Meeting - Thursday 13 March 2014

Please come along to the Annual Parish Meeting on Thursday 13 March from 7pm.  This is not a Parish Council meeting, but an opportunity for members of the community to come and talk to/hear from those that represent them locally - Parish, District and County Councillors.  

The evening will begin at 7pm with refreshments (tea/coffee/cake and pay bar available) and the chance to find out more about various village clubs and organisations, from displays of information that they will be providing.  There will be an opportunity to chat to local Councillors and representatives from Sussex Police, Wivelsfield Primary School and the Church (amongst others), before the formal meeting which will commence at 8pm. Please click here for a copy of the agenda.

We will also be seeking feedback and ideas to inform our Neighbourhood Plan.  What do you love about the Parish?  What would you particularly like to see retained or protected?  What do you perceive to be the weaknesses or gaps in the Parish?  What could be improved?  How would you like to see the community develop in the future? 

If you would like to help shape the future of the Parish in the coming years, please come along and share your views.

Superfast Broadband Update
Published: November 2013

East Sussex County Council has confirmed that work to roll-out superfast broadband to Wivelsfield should begin during 2015. 

30mph Speed Limit Consultation

Published: October 2013

The ESCC 30mph speed limit consultation period has now ended.  The Parish Council hopes to hear the results in the coming weeks.

Greenhill Way Development

Published: October 2013

The Greenhill Way planning application was refused permission for planning by Lewes District Council.  The application has now gone to appeal which will be considered at a hearing in December 2013.


Document Title Date Download
Highways Meeting Notes 27th March 2013 2013-04-04
Highways Meeting Notes 15th May 2013 2013-05-29
Wivelsfield News No. 32 - June 2013 2013-06-25