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.

Please note that all events and clubs have been cancelled until further notice.


20 April

Parish Council Meeting

20th April 2021
Committee Room, Village Hall, WG
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22 April

Annual Parish Meeting

22nd April 2021
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04 May

Parish Council Meeting

4th May 2021
Virtual Meeting
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01 June

PC Planning Committee

1st June 2021
Committee Room, Village Hall, WG
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15 June

Parish Council Meeting

15th June 2021
Committee Room, Village Hall, WG
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22 April

Annual Parish Meeting

22nd April 2021
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04 July

Run Wisborough

4th July 2021
Village Green, WG
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The Duke of Edinburgh 1921 – 2021

10 June 1921 - 9 April 2021 The Councillors and Clerk of Wisborough Green Parish Council are deeply saddened at the news of the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this time. An online book...

Village Hall News

            Coronavirus (Covid-19) The Village Hall will remain closed until at least 17th May in accordance with the requirements of the government “roadmap”. Hopefully, there will be no setbacks which prevent the “roadmap” from being...

WG Primary School News

I am pleased to say that, at the time of writing, we have a school full of children and have even gained six more this term! The school is buzzing with excitement, chatter and laughter and is starting to feel like a primary school should. I did...

Women’s Institute

At last, something positive to write about a W.I. meeting. We held a virtual ‘zoom’ catch up with eleven members on the afternoon of the 4th March.  It was lovely to see some members who we hadn’t seen for months.   It is planned to have another...

District Cllr. Gareth Evans Writes

Dear Residents, I hope you are all continuing to keep safe and well. As a teacher I was delighted that our young people could return to school last week. I don’t think I can remember a time in my career when my students had been so happy to be back...

Neighbourhood Watch – Crime News & Advice

Update from our Roads Policing Unit The glorious weather in early March saw an early start to the anti-social motorbike rider and car driver coming back to the roads. The Roads Policing Unit (RPU) were out and about as usual keeping our roads safe....

Coronavirus Update

Help is available in Wisborough Green As we continue with social distancing and other restrictions on our “normal” life, WG Parish Council and St Peter’s Village Care Team remind you of our volunteer scheme to link volunteers with residents who...

The Renegades cooking up success!

Lockdown 3.0 has been widely acknowledged as the toughest of them all and it’s been no exception for the young members of the Renegades, but Spring has definitely sprung and the lure of the return of outdoor activities has got everyone ridiculously...

Village Green Improvement Programme

Further to the announcement in the Parish Council Newsletter that accompanied the March Ad Vincula, we wanted to outline the plans and objectives for improving the drainage and for the levelling of the Green. The Green’s footfall has increased...

WG Horticultural Society & Garden Club

2021 Talks and AGM postponed Reluctantly we have decided to cancel talks planned for April 2021, and will postpone our AGM planned for March 2021. We hope to reschedule the AGM at a later date. Linda Hatcher, WGHS Secretary  


Run Wisborough

WE’RE BACK! Run Wisborough will be back for our 5th race weekend in 2021. Shake off those lockdown blues and sign yourself up for the 5 or 10km races around the beautiful village of Wisborough Green this Summer, with the fantastic Colour Run for...


The Next Parish Council Meeting

Due to the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and the country being in mourning, the Parish Council is unable to call the meeting scheduled for Tuesday 20 April. The next Parish Council meeting will therefore be held on Zoom on Tuesday 27 April at...

Neighbourhood Plan Review – Progress Update

We  would like to thank, once again, all those who took the time to respond to the 2021 site consultation which was publicised in the January Ad Vincula magazine with reminders on the village shop railings, Parish Council notice board and Village...

Parish Council Meeting Minutes

Find out what the Parish Council discussed at the last Extra Ordinary Parish Council meeting held on Tuesday 6th April 2021. Read the minutes here.    

Virtual Annual Parish Meeting

Thursday 22nd  April 2021 at 8.00 pm   AGENDA Chairman’s Annual Report – a review of the past year Planning application for 25 dwellings on the Church Fields - 21/00621/FUL (Land East of St Peter’s Church) Questions and Answers   Please...

eWG Sign Up

Sign up for e-communication and receive update emails from the Parish Council. This will shorten lead times on messaging, offer the ability to communicate rapidly in emergencies and make, for instance, sending out a link for an online consultation...


The Gardener’s Calendar

By Ian Clemens - There is always plenty to do in the garden! Plant summer-flowering bulbs such as Lilies and Gladiolus into beds, borders and containers. Divide Hostas before they come into leaf. Pot them up and bring them along to the May plant...

Village Hall 50 Club Draw

The winner of the March draw is Christine Greenwood who wins £75. The winner of the 2nd prize of £20 is Brian Edson. The April draw will take place on Wednesday 7th April 2021 New members always welcome. To join, please contact Mike Senior at:...

Recipe of the Month

Roasted Tomato and Feta Pasta This is a recipe that is storming the internet right now so I thought it was worth a try and it turned out to be so easy and delicious!   Ingredients: 1 Block of feta cheese Cherry tomatoes 2 or 3 garlic cloves -...

Wey & Arun Canal Trust

Talks group goes online to entertain during lockdown While most of the Wey & Arun Canal Trust volunteers have been on a break during lockdown, one group is seeing demand for their services increase. The talks team have been giving online...

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. ...

Family Support Work News

I write this as schools are reopening to all pupils for the first time since last year. It is fair to say that our families have found this latest period of lockdown and homeschooling very challenging, but overall they have been incredibly...

Nature Notes

Greetings everyone and very belated Happy New Year!!  Here I am again - and here we all are - in much the same situation as when I left you before Christmas - still “just putting up with things” as my Granny used to say! Hey ho! Luckily, Nature’s...

Unless I am very much mistaken – it was Murray and me!

There have been thousands of tributes paid to "the voice of motor racing" - the legendary and much loved Murray Walker who died last month. I knew him as a friend and a colleague from when I worked with him from the late 1970's as producer of...

Fete Society – Storage Space Required

The Fete Society is looking for a dry storage space, about the size of a single garage, to store the refurbished swing boats. We only need access a few times a year, primarily on Fete Day! We can afford a small rent. If you can help us out, please...

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.


Fed up with anti-social driving or parking, or abandoned vehicles?
If so, report to Operation Crackdown.
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or call 01243 632222.


Holes in the road or other environmental concerns?
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