Chailey Community 

The Parish at the Heart of Sussex

Welcome from Chailey Parish Council....


This community website provides details of news and events within Chailey and information on a wide range of topics including clubs and societies, local history, local council services, consultations, outdoor recreation and tourist attractions within and near to the parish of Chailey.

Come and visit Chailey Windmill, the Bluebell Railway and Sheffield Park Gardens and enjoy the heathland of Chailey Commons.

Learn about Chailey's history, including Chailey in the Great War, Chailey Airfield in WWII, Chailey Heritage and the conservation areas of St George's and Chailey Green with St Peter's 13th Century Church.

Planning applications are considered by the Parish Council at regular Planning and Environs (P&E) Meetings.  Click here for a list of meeting Agendas, which are usually published a week ahead of the meeting.

Throughout this site, links are provided to various external websites administered by third parties, but this should not be construed as an endorsement of their content.   Chailey Parish Council disclaims all responsibility and accepts no liability for the content of such external sites.

How to Contribute - If you have any interesting pictures or suggestions for improvements to the site, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the Website Administrator.

Golden Apple Memorial

Golden Apple Memorial

Our draft Vision for Chailey....

"Chailey will continue to be a thriving community which protects and retains its quiet, rural character and enhances its built and natural heritage. Sustainable development that respects its countryside setting will be supported and infrastructure improvements will be encouraged. The most highly valued countryside areas in the Parish will be recognised and conserved. Job opportunities within the village will be actively encouraged to provide improved prospects for local people. The sense of community spirit and cohesion will be fostered and increased."

26-03-2020 at 2:23 PM

Coronavirus -Chailey Community Response Support Group

In response to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak, Chailey Parish Council is working alongside other village organisations and individuals to coordinate provision of support to Chailey residents who may require help at this time.
09-04-2020 at 12:54 PM


This message comes from Councillor Sharon Davy: At the beginning of April, a Chailey resident sent me photos of an atrocious fly tip on Chailey Common with the name, Burgess Hill address and mobile included. I immediately sent it as a matter of emergency to the head of refuse and recycling and action was taken. It’s hard to believe anyone in this national crisis would dream of dumping a van load of rubbish on a beautiful Site of Special Scientific Interest
17-10-2016 5:31 PM

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12-12-2019 12:04 PM

Neighbourhood Plan

This summarises the current status of the Chailey Neighbourhood Development Plan (CNDP), "Shaping Chailey".
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