Welcome to the Hartfield Parish Council website ...

We hope our Parish Council website will provide a local information resource for residents in the parish and for those who live in the surrounding area.

Much of the information on the pages is fairly static, but forms an important directory for everyone living in this corner of East Sussex.

In addition, we welcome visitors to the area and hope you will find the local information provided helps you to enjoy your visit.
If you are interested in using any of the facilities at the pavilion or Goods Yard House please contact the Clerk in the first instance to discuss availability.


High Street

The defibrillator is now in place outside the village hall.

Would you like to be a parish councillor? we have a vacancy please contact the office for more information or come to the next PC meeting to see if you want to be more involved.

View our new facebook page www.facebook.com/hartfieldparishcouncil

For information on the new citizens advice service please click here

13th October 2016 7:30pm

Planning Committee Meeting - Goods Yard House

3rd October 2016 7.30pm Parish Council Meeting in Goods Yard House
(Tea/Coffee available from 7:15pm - everybody welcome)

Goods Yard House Edenbridge Road Hartfield TN7 4JG : Parish Office open every Monday except bank holidays 9 to 1pm.

Telephone Icon 01342 822404 Tuesdays and Wednesdays  (Answer Machine) 01892 771140 on Mondays or
Email Icon parishclerk@hartfieldonline.com 

Men workingFor more information on the new refuse scheme and to register for new garden waste bins contact Wealden District Council please click Wealden District Council

For more information on East Sussex County Council and for highway news please click East Sussex County Council Website

For details on reporting potholes and fly tipping please click here http://www.eastsussex.fixmystreet.com/

 For details of Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner please click here www.sussex-pcc.gov.uk

For details of the latest Grey Matters Newsletter click here and ESSA Newsletter click here

For information on the most recent Ashdown Forest Meetings please click here For information on recent sheep attacks please click here