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Crowhurst Parish Home Page

Crowhurst is a small village equidistant between Battle, Hastings and Bexhill-on-Sea in East Sussex. The Parish Council is here to serve the local residents of Crowhurst.

BT Phone Box near the Plough Pub

Crowhurst Parish Council has purchased the BT phone Kiosk for £1. The telephone is decommissioned. The Council will now contract for refurbishments needed to the box in the spring of 2018 and consider the installation of a defibrillator.

Casual Vacancy - New Parish Councilor

We have 1 vacancy for a Councillor. If you would like to help develop, improve and protect your local community for the future, why not join the Parish Council as a co-opted councillor. 

If you are interested please contact any of your Council Members or request an application form from Keith Robertson, Clerk, The Lupins, The Green , Catsfield, TN33 9DJ

Tel. 01424-830331 Email:

Parish Assembly May 2018

The Parish Assembly is a meeting of parishioners, the Parish Council and other groups in our village. It is not a Parish Council meeting but is facilitated by the Council. This is an informal event where groups and individuals can share information and ask questions about activities and events run by organisations and groups in the Village.

The meeting this year will be on 23rd May at 7.30pm  Any groups wishing to attend and set up materials for display can do so from 6.30pm

Here are the minutes of the meeting in May 2017. word icon Parish Assembly Minutes May 2017 [58kb]

Neighbourhood Planning

Our Neighbourhood Plan was opened for consultation in January 2018, all residents are encouraged to participate. The Plan is agreed will form part of the planning process for developments in Crowhurst.  More information about the planing group and its meetings can be found here..Neighbourhood Plan

Parish Council Surgery - Village Market

Questions raised at the village market surgery and the response by the Parish Council can be found here Council Surgery


Will all residents please ensure that any trees or hedges on their property that border a public highway or footpath are cut so that they do not cause obstruction. If hedges are left uncut after being requested to cut them back the Parish Council will ask ESCC to carry out the work and charge the landowner. For information on the regulations relevant to this please click here word icon trees and hedges maintenance [341kb]

Help us to tackle traffic speed in the Village

The Traffic Speedwatch group needs more volunteers to operate the speed measuring equipment and help to reduce the speed of traffic through the Village. Contact Cllr Martin White for information