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Crowhurst is a small village equidistant between Battle, Hastings and Bexhill-on-Sea in East Sussex. The Parish Council is made up of a six councillors who meet every month (apart from August) and is here to serve the local residents of Crowhurst.
Parish Council meetings are currently being held virtually, and members of the public are still able to attend. Please contact the parish clerk if you wish to do so.
The Crowhurst Support Group (CSG) has been set up by Crowhurst residents, with support from the Parish Council, to help residents during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Group can be contacted by emailing CrowhurstGroup@gmail.com or by ringing the CSG number on 07395932355 or Sonia Plato on 830 349 or Ros Day on 830 616.
Further details and local information can be found on the Crowhurst Neighbourhood Plan website
Parish Assembly April 2020
The Parish Assembly has been cancelled due to the Corona Virus. We will review this again later in the year.
Our Neighbourhood Plan passed the referendum in June 2019 and was formally made by Rother District Council. The Plan now forms part of the legal planning process for Crowhurst and Rother District Council. The final plan can be seen here as can the meeting minutes and reports to the Council of the new working party ( see below).
A Working Party has now been formed to monitor progress and to advise the Council on the implementation of the Aims stated in the Neighbourhood Plan. This is a working party of the Council and will also include residents from the Parish. The Terms of Reference for this working party can be viewed here.
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
BT Phone Box near the Plough Pub
Crowhurst Parish Council has purchased the BT phone Kiosk for £1. The telephone is decommissioned and is refurbished. The Kiosk now houses a defibrillator.