Wisborough Green

Managed by the Parish Council, this website is designed to keep residents updated on village goings-on and to provide information which will be of use and interest to residents and visitors alike.


24 February

Short Mat Bowls Club

24th February 2020
Village Hall, WG
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25 February

Wizzy Tots Baby & Toddler Group

25th February 2020
Village Hall, WG
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26 February

Short Mat Bowls Club

26th February 2020
Village Hall, WG
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26 February

Table Tennis Club

26th February 2020
Village Hall, WG
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27 February

Singing for Fun

27th February 2020
Wyatt House, Wyatt Close, Wisborough Green, United Kingdom
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28 February

PTA Quiz Night

28th February 2020
Village Hall, WG
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12 March

Farmers’ and Village Market

12th March 2020
Village Hall, WG
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19 March

St Peter’s Luncheon Club

19th March 2020
Village Hall, WG
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09 April

Farmers’ and Village Market

9th April 2020
Village Hall, WG
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Women’s Institute

  Our W.I. had a great start to 2020 on the 9th January, with members bringing along their latest books that they had read and gave a brief synopsis which gave a flavour of the book.  They ranged from autobiographies of Michelle Obama and Anne...

Horticultural Society News

  Next Talk - Monday 3rd February 8pm Wisborough Green Village Hall“Garden Photography” by Mark SaundersMark is Head Gardener at Fittleworth House where the Society visited a few years ago and has also talked to us about the garden.  No doubt...

WG Primary School News

Not much to report so early on in the term, I’m afraid.  One bit of news that may be of interest, however, is that we are having a defibrillator fitted at the school, on the wall outside the main office, which will be available for residents to use...

Wisborough Green Sports Update

Wisborough Green SportsRunWisborough 3rd May 2020We’re pleased to announce that RunWisborough returns for its fifth year on the 3rd May.  Booking is open via our website (www.runwisborough.co.uk) so now is a great time to set yourself a target for...

Village Hall News

As expected, we have not yet heard from the Big Lottery Fund about our grant application. Competition for grant monies is fierce and the process for scrutinising and evaluating bids is complex and thorough. We can only hope that our hard work will...

WG Short Mat Bowls Club

No results to report, as we have been in ‘hibernation’ over the festive period.Some terrific news though, four of our members have qualified to represent West Sussex in the National Short Mat Finals later in the Spring.Bernard Adsett, Gavin Jones,...

Youth Club Update

  The Renegades are really rocking! From cheese making to rock climbing ..... the start of 2020 sees the Renegades strengthening its commitment to being one of the most innovative and exciting youth groups in the country!At their first film night...

Neighbourhood Watch Update

What Goes Online Stays Online!What happens when you have a digital footprint?Your digital footprint is part of your online history and can potentially be seen by other people, or tracked and held in a database … or many databases. This is the case...

The Parishes Wildlife Group

The dragonfly survey along the River Kird - as it meanders through the Parish of Kirdford - was undertaken during the summer of 2019.   It was again led by expert Dr Alison Barker with help from a number of local volunteers and, with kind...

Keep Kirdford and Wisborough ‘Green’ Update

Climate ChangeNews of the bush fires in Australia, glaciers melting and increased methane escaping into the atmosphere and the speed at which all this is happening has caused some of the key scientists involved to be very worried by the situation. ...

District Cllr. Gareth Evans Writes

Dear ResidentsI use this space to communicate the dates for my next District Cllr surgeries but some of you may wonder what are they about. I will use my first address of 2020 to give you some examples.Although I am one of your District Cllrs,...

Concerns over Gatwick Airport’s Expansion Plans

The Secretary of State for Transport is urged to inspect the Gatwick Airport growth plans from the main runwayCommunity and environmental aviation group, CAGNE, is sending a strong message to the newly elected Members of Parliament.  It is urging...

Fly Tipping in Wisborough Green

For the past few years we have volunteered to litter pick in Durbans Road on a regular basis as it is a notorious area for fly tipping.  As you can see from the photo, the problem gets worse and our job gets harder.As a suggestion, we do need signs...


Quiz Night – join the fun!

Wisborough Green Primary School - Quiz NightWe are delighted to tell you that tickets for the PTA Quiz on Friday 28th February are now on sale via Eventbrite. The ticket price of £12 per person includes, entrance fee, a meal (veg or meat lasagne)...


The Next Parish Council Meeting

  The next monthly Parish Council Meeting will be held on Tuesday 18th February 2020 at 7.30 pm in the Committee Room at the Village Hall. View the AGENDA HERE.   Please note that for a 3 month period, the Parish Council is trialling an...

Vandalism costs you!

Sadly the children's’ playground was vandalised over the Christmas period. The see-saw sustained damage which needed repair and both gate signs, giving information about the playground, were removed. This follows an incident in November when a...

Temporary Traffic chaos predicted for long term benefit

WSCC has now confirmed that the work to make footway improvements and create additional parking in Durbans Road, as detailed in the December Ad Vincula (see below), is scheduled to take place from 17th February to 13th March 2020. During the...

Parish Council Meeting Minutes

Read the minutes of the last meeting held on Tuesday 21st January 2020 to find out what is going on in the village and what the Parish Council is responsible for.Minutes here

Neighbourhood Plan Review – latest update

A gentle reminder!  The Neighbourhood Plan Review Questionnaire should have dropped through your post box by now. We know you are all busy but if you can spare some time to complete and contribute your voice to the review process for the village,...


St Peter’s Chain Gang

‘St Peter’s Chain Gang’The Churchyard at St Peter’s is an historic record of successive generations, a home for funerary monuments of architectural and aesthetic excellence, a setting for the church itself and a place for reflection and prayer.  As...

Recipe of the Month

  Karleksmums Love CakeBeing February (and Valentine’s Day and all that!), I thought I’d suggest this tasty Swedish chocolate cake recipe! I love coconut in most forms so this ticked the box for me when I first made it! In Sweden, it is known...

Weather Watch

  Wisborough Green Rainfall for November was 170mm (year before 116) and my 13 yr average 117mm.   The wet months have now continued for four months in a row. If only we could have shared this rain with Australia.For December I recorded a max...

Wisborough Green Village Hall 50 Club

The winner of the January Draw is Priscilla Pinkham who wins £50 The winner of the second prize of £20 is Peter Corthine.The February draw will be at the Lime Burners on Wednesday 12 February 2020 at 6.30pm and any member or prospective member who...

The Gardener’s Calendar

  By Ian Clemens - There is always plenty to do in the garden!Any dormant fuchsias that you’ve over-wintered in the greenhouse can be put on the staging so that they are in full light and given a misting of water to encourage them to start...

Flag Raising Dates

06 February             Her Majesty’s Accession19 February             Birthday of the Duke of York 

About Us

Wisborough Green lies in the northwest corner of West Sussex, astride the A272 east-west main road. The River Arun and its flood plain to the east and the heavily wooded high ground to the west maintain the essentially rural nature of the Parish and its separation from the commercial and residential development in Billingshurst and Petworth. Wisborough Green is a typical English village with a village green, public houses, pond, Church, village shop and Post Office in the centre of the village.


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