The Midhurst Society aims to preserve, protect and improve local features of historic or community interest. It promotes high standards of planning and architecture. In liaison with public authorities, it seeks to enhance the local environment and amenities. Above all, we strive to make Midhurst a better place to live, work and enjoy.
A biannual magazine "Midhurst Magazine" is published to encourage interest in our past, present and future - not only in Midhurst but also in our associated villages: Bepton, Cocking, Easebourne, Elsted, Heyshott, Lodsworth, Stedham, Iping, Trotton, Chithurst, West Lavington and Woolbeding.
WHAT WE DO
Local interest talks / discussions
Commenting advising on planning
Supporting heritage groups
Promoting local interests
Liaison: National Park Authority
and Midhurst Town Council
Prints of old buildings in Midhurst
by Robert Tedman
Talks and gatherings in Midhurst
Visitors £5; Students £1; Members £3
(note: members enjoy free entry in 2019)
Next event is FREE to everybody:
18th April 2019:
Our 58th Annual General Meeting will follow the usual format: vote on the boring stuff; listen to our achievements over the last year. And have your say on what we should do in the next 12 months! But we will also have a treat for you this year, with a short presentation from local artist David Johnston. See Sussex as you have never seen her before!
Visitors welcome, but they will not be able to vote on the formal proposals.
The usual contact: email@example.com