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Crowhurst Recreation Ground

Welcome to Crowhurst

Serving you since 1894

Crowhurst is a small village equidistant between Battle, Hastings and Bexhill-on-Sea in East Sussex. It consists of some 2,168 acres, mostly pasture with some 400 acres of woods and plantations. In medieval times the sea came up to the village, and the Recreation Ground and some houses nearby are below sea level. Crowhurst has a population of 906 (2020 estimate) covering a wide age range, with a Church, Village Hall and public house (The Plough Inn). It is on the main Hastings to Charing Cross railway line, making it popular with commuters living within and beyond the parish boundary. There are many organisations in the village, making it a lively, well integrated and active place, shown by the wealth and variety of activities organised by residents, the facilities they work to maintain, and the level of voluntary help given to so many organisations.

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Village History

As a village, Crowhurst has definitely been around since 771AD when King Offa of Mercia gave the Bishop of Selsey a piece of land

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Community Groups

Crowhurst has a large range of community groups covering a wide range of activites.

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Contact Us

Crowhurst Parish Council

Old School House, Brightling, Robertsbridge, TN32 5HH

Tel: 01424 830331