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

From the Parish Council

Wadhurst Parish Council held its normal Full Council meeting on Thursday 13th September, but also an extra meeting on 6th September to concentrate solely on our response to the Wealden Local Plan. Wadhurst Household Recycling Centre The small working group set up to explore a way to keep the Recycling Centre open has held meeting […]

From the Parish Council August 2018

With all the wonderful weather we have been having in June and July, like many others, I have spent more time in my garden.  Usually I enjoy the sight of many butterflies and bees feeding on my Buddleia bushes and other flowers.  Sadly there seems to be fewer butterflies this year and I did not […]

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