Welcome to the Lindfield Parish Council website 

Lindfield sign  is a flourishing, active, modern community, famed for its rich historic and architectural heritage. The ancient High Street, lined with lime trees, has many individual shops which are well worth exploring. It is regarded as one of the finest High Streets in Sussex with over forty medieval and post medieval timber-framed houses. 

Our aim for this website is to provide easy access to information about the Parish Council with some background about the history of Lindfield and the features that make our village so special.  We are also developing a community page where you will be able to find details of forthcoming events, information about village organisations and a directory of businesses.

To find out what is happening in the Parish Council please use the navigation buttons on the left of the home page.

We hope you will enjoy exploring our website and find what you are looking for.   If you don't please tell us - the site is here to help you.

With our kind regards

The Members and Staff of Lindfield Parish Council

Logo   Lindfield Parish Council

   The Clock Tower House
   Lindfield Enterprise Park
   Lewes Road

   RH16 2LH

   Tel: 01444 484115
   Fax: 01444 484918


   Map of Location 

   Opening Times:
   Tuesdays:     1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
   Thursdays: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
   Fridays:       10:00 am to 1:00 pm 

   Open at other times by appointment

   Clerk: Andrew Funnell
   Deputy Clerk: David Parsons
   Responsible Financial Officer: Tracy Ely






A casual vacancy exists in the Office of Councillor for Lindfield Parish Council.

A by-election to fill the vacancy will be held if, within 14 days (excluding Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays) TEN electors of the electoral area give notice in writing claiming such an election to the Proper Officer.

The Proper Officer is: Tom Clark, Returning Officer, 

Mid Sussex District Council, Oaklands, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 1SS

Email: elections@midsussex.gov.uk

If no such notice is given the Parish Council shall fill the vacancy by cooption.

Dated: 5th July 2018                                        Signed: Andrew Funnell (Parish Clerk)

Address of Parish Clerk:

Andrew Funnell
Lindfield Parish Council
The Clock Tower House
Lindfield Enterprise Park
Lewes Road, Lindfield
West Sussex, RH16 2LH
Tel: 01444 484115
Andrew Funnell


Lindfield Parish Council is holding a four week public consultation (1st June - 29th June 2018) on a proposal to reinstate and manage public toilets on Lindfield Common. Feedback can submitted on our website (via Survey Monkey) or by completing a feedback form. Electronic copies of the forms will be available to download from our website. Hardcopies will be available at the Parish Office. Forms can be submitted up to Friday 29th June 2018.

The Parish Council will host a display stand about the proposals at Lindfield Village Day (2nd June 2018). Members of the public will be able to complete hardcopies of the feedback forms at the stand.


Since 2005 Lindfield Common has not had any public toilets after these were removed by the District Council. The closest public toilets to The Common are located in Denmans Lane and are managed by the Parish Council. The Parish Council now seeks public feedback on whether to reinstate toilets on the Common. The proposed location to install public toilets will be to the north of the Lindfield Bowls Club car park.

Subject to the feedback received, it is proposed that the Parish Council will:

  • Submit a planning application for the toilets to Mid Sussex District Council;
  • Apply for permission to carry out works on common land;
  • Apply to Mid Sussex District Council for a capital grant.


During the consultation period a copy of the site plans, and Frequently Asked Questions will be available on the Parish Council’s website.

Hard copies of the site plan will also available to view at the Parish Council Office during the public consultation (Public opening hours Tues 1pm-4pm, Thu & Fri 10am-1pm).

Lindfield Village Traffic Study Update

Following the public consultation in January 2018, the results of the responses can be found under the 'Traffic Study Consultation' heading.  Many thanks to all those who participated.

The Council will now consider this feedback together with its Traffic Consultant and appropriate stakeholders.