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Our Community

Nestling at the foot of the South Downs National Park, View of South DownsStorrington & Sullington is at the very heart of rural West Sussex.

The community started to grow as saxons settled around the River Stor and other streams and springs which cascade from the chalk downlands.

Water and Wind then led to mill based industries which lasted right up until the 19th century.

There is now a bustling high street and shopping precinct in Storrington where you can buy anything from your weekly shop to specialist cakes or objets d'art. For the gastronome there is a range of restaurants, pubs and coffee shops.

There is also a wealth of recreational facilities within the villages of Storrington & Sullington, including a Leisure Centre, children's playgrounds and parks, ponds, Football Club and Cricket Club to name but a few.

All of this is based around an historical conservation area, steeped in history with wonderful examples of old churches and manors.

It can honestly be said that with its tangible spirit of community, there is something for everyone in and around the vibrant and picturesque villages of Storrington & Sullington.
Church
South downs
Stor
Sullington Rectory

National Tree Week - 27th November 2017

After collecting signatures in support of the National Tree Charter, it was agreed that the Legacy Tree donated by the Woodlands Trust would be planted at Storrington Recreation Ground during National Tree Week.

The sessile oak sapling was planted on the morning of Monday 27th November by Councillor Alan Head (Deputy Chairman of the Planning & Development Committee), assisted by Tim Laker our Premises Manager.

Despite the damp weather, the event was attended by members of both the Storrington Conservation and Sandgate Conservation Groups, along with other interested parties.

council in a field

tree

cllr alan head planting the tree

cllr alan head and tim laker planting the tree