Latest News & Parish Events


❤️❤️❤️Can you feel the love?❤️❤️❤️

Love Burwash Day is almost here

Will you help keep our Parish

 clean and tidy?  



Nomination Papers Deadline 4 April
To be hand delivered to Bexhill Town Hall 
CLICK HERE for more information


Put Friday July 19 in your diary for the return of the Rude Mechanical Theatre Co to Swan Meadow, Burwash. This great outdoor theatre company will be performing a revival of their inspiring ‘Ikarus Inc’,  a play about hopes and dreams. Tickets are available from Burwash Stores or by phoning 01323 501260 or online at

Bring a picnic, your own chair and warm clothing for an English summer.

Come and be a BUG - join the Burwash Ukelele group. The BUGs meet at 7.00pm on the first Thursday of every month at the Village Shop and Café in Burwash Common (The Old Orchard Nursery). Absolute beginners and all abilities welcome. Entry free. Refreshments on sale.


Interested in Duplicate Bridge? Get more details here

Notice of Temporary Road Closures


Click HERE for the latest update on the Rectory Court site. Having previously highlighted issues with the groundwork at the bottom of the site, the housing providers (Optivo) are announcing a delayed completion date - December 2019. Optivo have been consistent in keeping residents informed about this project, and have promised to continue with monthly updates. 

Here's an update on the Burwash Neighbourhood Plan


Could you spare half an hour a week to help keep the children in our community safe?

Following a number of unsuccessful attempts by East Sussex County Council (ESCC) to recruit a permanent member of staff for the Burwash school crossing patrol, there is now a proposal to recruit volunteers to cover the role across the week

The scheme organisers are looking for ten volunteers, each willing to commit to a specific regular weekly half hour shift. They will be trained, insured and supported by ESCC.

Volunteers must not be responsible for their own children whilst on duty. Anybody over the age of 16 can apply, as long as they are fit and able to stand/hold a lollipop sign for the duration of the shift.

It is hoped that the new team will be able to attend an introductory session with a staff member from ESCC at the end of this month, ready for the volunteer crossing patrol to be in place when school goes back after the Easter holidays on Tuesday 23 April. 

If you think that you might be interested, or want to find out more, then please click here and complete the form - or you can call 07793 052622 for more information


We are counting down the days to the switch-over to our new website.  If you have information on the site at the moment PLEASE check it now and let us know if you want us to make changes or update your information before the final transfer.


Have you got just half-an-hour spare once a month to help make our community safer? Click here to find out how YOU could make a difference.

Check out upcoming workshops at The Flower House in Burwash. Click here to see details.

Help yourself to a better, safer, healthier future
Award winning consultant Dr Elena Mucci is giving a free presentation on avoiding frailty in older age. She'll talk about preventing falls, diet and techniques to help yourself and keep control of your life. The presentation is FREE to people in our Patient Participation Group (Fairfield Surgery) area.
6.00 - 8.00pm Sedlescombe Village Hall - Wednesday 17 April. Click HERE for details

MARCH 25 to 31

Calling all motorists and truck drivers
Kerb your speed in our three beautiful villages.

Keep our Burwash roads safe.

Slow down and don't drive or park on pavements

The children of Burwash school have produced these stunning posters to help publicise the campaign. Pupils are pictured below  with Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) Julie PearceMartin. Every child in the school has been provided with a high-viz safety jacket, using funds from the Parish Council and a grant obtained by the  PCSO 

Please do your bit by driving slowly, safely and considerately in Burwash Parish.
Find more details here

 Like to attend a talk by Stephen Hardy from CPRE Sussex about the High Weald AONB?
  See more details and how to register.

Villagers may have noticed their recycled glass being tipped in with other recylables by Rother District Council refuse collectors. In case you felt disheartened that your recycling separation efforts were being wasted, Rother has reassured us that all glass is still being recycled. An RDC official told residents that more glass is being collected than expected and the glass compartment of the truck is filling up more quickly than the recycling compartment. So to allow the crews to stay out longer on their rounds and avoid wasting time by returning to the depot, they sometimes mix glass with recyclables on the truck. Once at the recycling facility, the glass is separated back. But the official urged residents to continue separating glass and other recyclables.




The Burwash village scout group urgently needs your help to replace the aged floor in the scout hut. You can sponsor a square metre of new, hard-wearing engineered oak flooring for just £30. All sponsors will have their names inscribed on a plaque to acknowledge their donation. Please contact Jacqui Kuhler via or Keith Lloyd at


Jane Clarke is our Parish Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer. (RFO). She works flexible hours, with core working times of 9.30 - 2.30 most Tuesdays & Thursdays.

Her phone number is 07854 699 518 or email

Residents can always talk to their Councillors - their details are on the website - or there's a red postbox outside the Internet Cafe, on the wall facing The Bear car park. The box is emptied once a week. We look forward to hearing from you.