Billingshurst Community Partnership

Company No 5573204

A company limited by guarantee

Registered in England and Wales


Welcome to Billingshurst

This website provides information about the town of Billingshurst as well as everything you need to know about the Billingshurst Community Partnership.

Billingshurst Community Partnership

The Community Plan 2014 - 2019 is now available on this site. Please click on the image above for further information. Opens as a PDF file

Billingshurst Creatives

Billingshurst Community Shop

Billingshurst Creatives is now open, 10am - 4:30pm Tuesday to Saturday at 2 Jengers Mead!

Please note we have half day closing on Wednesdays after 1pm and closed all day Monday.

This fantastic new co-operative shop for local artists and makers still has some spaces available to rent - to find out more and request an application form, please email

Billingshurst Community Shop

General News

Billingshurst’s Five-year Plan: 4,000 delivered by hand

2 February 2015: More than 4,000 copies of Billingshurst’s new five-year Community-led Plan have been hand delivered to homes and businesses in the Parish. Another 250 have been mailed to rural areas.

The Plan, ‘Billingshurst today and tomorrow’, sets out the priorities of the village for 2015-2020 and is based on detailed research among the community over the last two years. It shows how the key issues affecting Billingshurst and its surrounding areas will be addressed; by whom; with which government, County, District or other organization; and when.

Drafting Team Member, Alan Grant, who also coordinated the distribution together with Team Members, Tony Burke and Martin Spurrier, said, “We have made every effort to deliver a copy directly to each household in the village and to post a copy to those further out. If we have missed anyone, please either let us know via the Parish Clerk, or collect a copy from the Billingshurst Centre or the Library”.

The Plan is also accessible on line at;; and

The Plan is structured under seven ‘Topics’: Economy, Transport and Parking, Senior Citizens, Youth, Open Spaces and Environment, Community Safety, and Health and Wellbeing. Each Topic has its own Objective and an Action Schedule.

Billingshurst today and tomorrow’ is illustrated throughout by students from Billingshurst Primary School and other local children who interpret the seven Topics through their own creativity. The Plan has been produced jointly by Billingshurst Parish Council, Billingshurst Community Partnership and Billingshurst Chamber of Commerce.


Issued by, and for further information please contact:

Billingshurst Parish Council: Beverley Bell, (Clerk) Tel: 01403 782555, Billingshurst Community Partnership: Denise Campbell, Tel: 07500 450 458 Billingshurst Chamber of Commerce: Martin Spurrier, Tel: 07799 368464

The views and opinions of our visitors on these pages and on our facebook and twitter pages do not necessarily reflect the views of the partnership, but we believe in freedom of speech and will at all times try to accommodate all points of view without censorship, unless the comments are deflamatory or rude.


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Local Organisations

LOCAL EDUCATION (from 3 to Adult)
LOCAL AMENITIES (Religion, Library, Council Offices etc)

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New local area map

Commissioner’s Safer in Sussex Community Fund Celebration Showcase Event on 19th June 2014.

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to a total of 48,395 visitors

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Billingshurst Unitarian Chapel has recently re-opened as 'The Chapel'. With an inclusive community remit, The Chapel seeks to support any activities which promote the human spirit to flourishing and which fall within their themes of contemplation, compassion and creativity.

Of late, the small community has been invigorated new initiatives and members and by their 18th century chapel benefiting from an English Heritage grant which has led to the Grade II listed building having new roofs, new drainage and woodwork renewed.

More information about the work of The Chapel can be found at


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Is now available for any charitable group, society, or club in the Billingshurst area on this website. For a very small donation we provide three to four professional designed page.

Billingshurst Community Patnership

NO domain and NO hosting charges - just a one off donation of £100 for design and setup and ongoing fees after the first year of just £3 per month. These two examples show what is available from . At the moment this facility is not available for commercial use.

Billingshurst Community Patnership