Primary School
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01403 265230

Social Club
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01403 211747

St Margaret’s Church
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01403 273302

Parish Room
Carol Wickersham
01403 259247

Village Hall
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07717 247430

Allotments
Tony Maughan
01403 265031

CORONAVIRUS LATEST INFORMATION – Click here

The Parish Council is following the Government’s Guidance and the Parish Council public meetings are not being held in person.  The Parish Council held an online Parish Council meeting on Tuesday 23rd June, the minutes of this meeting can be found here.  The next meeting on Tuesday 28th July will also be held via Zoom. Members of the public will be able to attend the meeting, further details of the meeting can be found here

Please continue to refrain from using the Hollands Way playground, the gym equipment and the village green swings as the virus may survive on the equipment and be passed on.  The Parish Council is currently working on how to re-open the play equipment safely.

Welcome to the Parish of Warnham

The parish of Warnham is a thriving community incorporating the village of Warnham as well as hamlets and small rural communities of Kingsfold, Winterfold, Northlands, Durfold, Station Road, Goosegreen and part of Rowhook – surrounded by open countryside.

The village of Warnham, now with it’s village store, pubs, gym and hairdressers, grew up as a roadside settlement on a valley site. Percy Bysshe Shelley was born at Field Place in the parish in 1792 and spent his youth here. Warnham was famous for its cricket in the 18th century and has had strong links with the game ever since.

The largest herd of red deer in the country, established in the middle of the 19th century, is to be found in the park on the Warnham Estate.

Welcome to the Parish of Warnham

The parish of Warnham is a thriving community incorporating the village of Warnham as well as hamlets and small rural communities of Kingsfold, Winterfold, Northlands, Durfold, Station Road, Goosegreen and part of Rowhook – surrounded by open countryside.

The village of Warnham, now with it’s village store, pubs, gym and hairdressers, grew up as a roadside settlement on a valley site. Percy Bysshe Shelley was born at Field Place in the parish in 1792 and spent his youth here. Warnham was famous for its cricket in the 18th century and has had strong links with the game ever since.

The largest herd of red deer in the country, established in the middle of the 19th century, is to be found in the park on the Warnham Estate.

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WILD ABOUT WARNHAM!

Warnham is nestled in a lush green valley with abundant countryside at its fingertips.

Please visit the Wild About Warnham page to learn more and to take part in the exciting initiatives making Warnham an even greener village!

NEW! – Wild About Warnham Twitter feed will keep you up to date with the latest news from the Wild About Warnham project, you can also share your own Warnham wildlife sightings and lockdown projects @WildWarnham.

WILD ABOUT WARNHAM!

Warnham is nestled in a lush green valley with abundant countryside at its fingertips.

Please visit our Wild About Warnham page to learn more and to take part in our exciting initiatives making Warnham an even greener village!