Hurstpierpoint Society, founded in 1962, is a well-supported village charity with more than 1,300 members, all committed to improving and protecting our village environment. We take a particular interest in planning issues that might irrevocably damage the appearance and character of this historic village or the ecology of the surrounding countryside.

The village features almost 100 listed buildings and three conservation areas, containing an eclectic mix of architectural styles which we are committed to preserving.

Our bustling High Street contains both listed and unlisted buildings dating from the 14th century, including shops with living accommodation above. This results in a richness of streetscape which defines Hurstpierpoint as a village of character and charm.

The village boasts numerous societies covering a range of activities and interests for all ages. Click on the image below to download the supplement, published in 2022, that provides information on the work of the Society.

Patron Mrs. Judy Parfitt

President Mrs. Wendy Rogers

Committee

Mrs Lyn Williams

Chairman

Mrs Cheryl Vivian Brown

Honorary Secretary

Mr Patrick Howarth

Mrs Julia Kirby

Treasurer

Mr John Naccarato

Mrs. Shelagh Wadman

Website

Mr. Stephen Baldey

Tree Scheme

Mr. Tim Jones

Mr. Michael Nailard

Susan Dyke

Parish Council Representative

Mr Paul Rogers