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Turners Hill village stands on a steep ridge line at one of the highest points of the Sussex Weald where two historically important routes, the B2110 and B2028. There are impressive views to both the North and South Downs. Many buildings date from the 17th and 18th centuries and a number are Listed Buildings. The village centre is a designated conservation area with Worth Abbey to the west and Turners Hill Park, a mobile home site set in beautiful countryside, to the west.

The Councils responsibilities include street lighting;  allotments, village greens, bus shelters and village notice boards, commenting on planning applications, the letting of sports facilities, maintaining the village pond and surrounds, providing and maintaining ICT training facilities, awarding grant to village organisations, administering the concessionary travel scheme on behalf of Mid Sussex DC. In addition the Parish Council appoints representatives to various local organisations in order for residents’ views to be heard. The Council also meets regularly with the County Council to liaise on traffic management issues. The Ark, the modern community centre, is also managed by the Parish Council with rooms and halls available to hire.

The Parish Council office is at: The Ark, Mount Lane, Turners Hill, West Sussex RH10 4RA. Tel: 01342 712226 Email: office@turnershillparishcouncil.gov.uk