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.

Some Clubs have yet to resume. Please contact the organisation directly if you are unsure.


10 August

WG Table Tennis Club

10th August 2022 Village Hall, WG Unlimited tickets Table Tennis
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13 August

Village Market – Holiday

13th August 2022 Unlimited tickets Village Event, Village Market
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15 August

Short Mat Bowls Club

15th August 2022 Village Hall, WG Unlimited tickets Short Mat Bowls Mon
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16 August

PC Planning Committee

16th August 2022 Committee Room, Village Hall, WG Unlimited tickets PC Planning
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17 August

Short Mat Bowls Club

17th August 2022 Village Hall, WG Unlimited tickets Short Mat Bowls Wed
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29 August

Wisborough Green Village Fete

29th August 2022 Village Green, WG Unlimited tickets Featured
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29 August

Horticultural Society Flower Show

29th August 2022 Village Hall, WG Unlimited tickets Featured, Horticultural Society
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08 October

Village Market – Halloween/Winter

8th October 2022 Unlimited tickets Featured, Village Market
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10 December

Village Market – Christmas

10th December 2022 Unlimited tickets Featured, Village Market
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Wisborough Green Minibus

Wisborough Green Division Registered Charity No: 1173818 Local Coordinator: Dave Wallace 47, Carters Way, Wisborough Green RH14 0BX Tel: 01403 700320   Email: davedavewallacedave@outlook.com Well, I expect everyone is desperate to hear our members’...

County Cllr. Janet Duncton Writes

As you can imagine, Council life is always busy and, at the moment as I write this in July, my diary is full.  However we will get there and August gives us some break as virtually no meetings are in the diary for August. As ever residents in the...

Wisborough Green Fete

29th August from 1 pm - Save the Date The preparations for the fete are well underway and this year there are new fete stalls, more food trucks and plenty of local exhibitors. The traditional children’s races (starting at 2pm) are back as well as a...

Women’s Institute

17 members had a very leisurely walk around Petworth House leisure gardens on the 7th July learning all about the very different flora and fauna very ably guided by Stephen, a volunteer in the garden.  Contrary to many WI outings the weather was...

WG School Summer Fair

Wisborough Green Primary School PTA were thrilled to be able to hold the annual school fair again this year after 2 years of waiting. Months of planning went into the event which was held on Saturday 18th June and we were delighted to welcome the...

Wisborough Green Village Fete

August Bank Holiday Monday, 29th August 2022, 1 pm to 5 pm. It's the only place to be. Check out our poster and scan the QR code for the programme.

WG Primary School News

What a finish to 2021-22 at Wisborough Green Primary School! Despite an exceptional heatwave at the end of the summer term, children and staff continued to immerse themselves in teaching, learning and unforgettable experiences until the very last...

WG Scouts on track for September return

Works are now well underway at Wisborough Green Scout Hut to prepare it for the return of Scouting in September.  Volunteers from the District Scout Active Support Unit have been cleaning out unwanted and old equipment, tidying and cleaning the hut...

WG Short Mat Bowls Club

The club is actively seeking new members of all ages, so why not come along and give it a try. Just bring along flat soled shoes, (not outdoor shoes).   Contact Monica on 01403 700675. The club meets in the Village Hall every Monday (2.30 pm to...

Volunteering goes both ways

It's good for them, and it's good for you. We all want young people to have the chance to dream big. But it's not just the young people who benefit from Scouts. Volunteering is good for boosting your wellbeing, developing CV-friendly skills, making...

Renegades Update

The Renegades release the tents-sion! Leather may be smacking willow and hay fever may be in overdrive, but the real harbinger of summer is the first Renegade camp of the year. And what a camp it was! Thanks in no small part to the generosity of...

WG Horticultural Society

Save the Date! Big Flower Show  WG Village Hall Monday 29th August 2022 at 2pm Our second, bigger Flower Show will be held on Monday 29th August at 2pm in the village hall, with a sale of produce at the end of the day.   Schedules and entry forms...

Wisborough Green Sports News

Wisborough Green Women and Girls Cricket Tournament 2022 (Sunday 17 July 2022) Women and girls’ cricket at Wisborough Green was firmly placed on the map in Sussex on Sunday 17 July when over 80 players and 9 teams took part in the first-ever...

District Cllr. Gareth Evans Writes

Dear Residents, As I write this, we are in the midst of some lovely hot weather which I hope will last all summer and the sun is still shining as you read this. I write with an update for you all on District Council business  which I will start...

Neighbourhood Watch – News and Advice

Going online when you’re out and about How to protect yourself, your information and your devices away from the home or office As the weather improves and COVID-19 restrictions have largely been lifted, many of us are getting out and about more...

Village Hall News

Village Hall Committee I am delighted to advise that new volunteers have come forward to join the Hall Committee and that we are now in a position to carry on the work of looking after this essential community asset. A big thank you to all those...


Wisborough Green Village Fete

August Bank Holiday Monday, 29th August 2022, 1 pm to 5 pm. It's the only place to be. Check out our poster and scan the QR code for the programme.

WG Horticultural Society

Save the Date! Big Flower Show  WG Village Hall Monday 29th August 2022 at 2pm Our second, bigger Flower Show will be held on Monday 29th August at 2pm in the village hall, with a sale of produce at the end of the day.   Schedules and entry forms...


Hear all about it

The latest Parish Council newsletter has now been distributed to every household in the Parish (or thereabouts) in the Ad Vincula magazine. Read here if you didn't receive a copy. August Newsletter

The Next Parish Council Meeting

The next Parish Council meeting will be held on Tuesday 20th September 2022 in the Committee Room at the Village Hall at 7.45 pm. The Agenda will be published here on Thursday 15th September. MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND THIS...

Minutes of the Last Meeting

The draft minutes of the Full Parish Council meeting held on Tuesday 19th July 2022 are now published here.

Parish Council Vacancy

Following the resignation of Steve Rollinson, the Parish Council now has a vacancy. Statutory Notice advertising vacancy Parish Councillor advertisement

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Family Support Work News

With the summer holidays upon us there is a huge amount happening at FSW. Although we are hugely pleased to be able to hold our large group activities again and provide some amazing experiences for our families, the underlying issues which are...

Village Hall 50 Club Draw

The winner of the June draw is Peter Corthine who wins £50. The winner of the 2nd prize of £20 is Roger Moody. The next draw will take place on Wednesday 10th August. New members always welcome. It only costs £5 per month and you get two chances to...

Wonderful Summer Concert at St. Peter’s!

We  thank Jane Thomas, Director of Music at Farlington School, for giving us the most wonderful concert on Wednesday evening June 29th.   The Music ranged from Jane’s own arrangement of Dashing away with the smoothing iron, to a grand finale of...

Things to do in the garden this month

The Gardener’s Calendar  by Ian Clemens Keep everything well watered, especially during prolonged dry spells and don’t forget to feed plants with a general purpose liquid fertiliser. Just like us plants need regular sustenance to thrive. Continue...

Nature Notes

Hello again! A quick apology for lack of Notes in July – due to family commitments and one or two other problems. ((Did you miss me? Oh – you didn’t notice – ok…)) And I must add a belated thank you to PP for sending me a report about the...

Wisborough Green Then and Now

No 3 - One and Two High Barn, School Lane (now Road) High Barn was first recorded as a butcher’s in 1840.  It was run by Joseph Grinstead.  When he died in the 1870s, his family took over the business. In the late 1920s, Alfred Lerwill acquired the...

St Peter’s Task Force

St Peter's 'Task Force' 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. ...

Wey & Arun Canal Trust News

With the summer upon us and more visitors flocking to the canal, Wey & Arun Canal Trust volunteers have been busy keeping towpaths clear and the canal free from fallen trees and debris for paddleboarders, canoeist and kayakers to use. Working...

Recipe of the month

Cherry Crumble Cake I recently went fruit picking with my children and we were left with masses of cherries so I wanted to find a recipe to use them up! Ingredients: 180g Salted butter, softened plus extra for the tin 220g Golden caster sugar 3...

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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