About Wadhurst

Wadhurst is an historic market town, with a Charter dating from 1253. Almost at the northern extremity of East Sussex, it is 6 miles south of Tunbridge Wells. It is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and lies on a high ridge of the Sussex and Kent Weald.

The Parish covers an area of 15.5 square miles, and includes outlying communities of Sparrows Green, Cousley Wood, Woods Green, Durgates, Best Beech, Tidebrook and parts of Mark Cross. Its population in 2011 was 4883.

Wadhurst has a vibrant High Street and over 40 clubs and societies to join.

Wadhurst News

Save our Recycling Centre at Wadhurst

Subject: The Proposed Closure of the Household Waste Recycling Site on Faircrouch Lane Dear Friends and Residents of Wadhurst and the Surrounding Villages   Many of you may have already heard of East Sussex County Council’s short-sighted decision to close Wadhurst Household Waste Recycling Centre as part of the cost cutting measures. Any decision to […]

Wadhurst News from the Parish Council

As I said last month, we are again looking for a new member of the Parish Council.  No election was called, so we are now planning to co-opt someone – details are on the website and the noticeboard, and the closing date for applications is April 5th.  As I said last month, this is a […]

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