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Tel code: 01825 | code search
Postcode: BN8 | code search
Population: 2600
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The large, pleasant village of Newick sits in the Sussex Weald south of the Ashdown Forest (in days gone by the whole area was wooded) about 10 miles east of Haywards Heath. Newick pre-dates the Domesday Book (1086). Known as Nywyke by 1296, its name derives from the Old English `niwe -wic` = new farm. The village is situated mid-way between Winchester & Canterbury and made an ideal stopping off point between the two towns. The older part of the village is around a Green surrounded by houses and shops of many styles and ages. The village pump was installed to commemorate the diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria. The church was mostly rebuilt in the 13th century from a previous Norman building, and part of the nave wall near the porch and a window still survive. It remained largely untouched until 1886-7 when the nave was extended and a new chancel built. To the east of the church is the Old Rectory, a Georgian red brick house which was home to the Powells who were Rectors from 1818 to 1919. School Cottage was built in 1771 to house Lady Vernon's school for the education of 12 poor girls..."so as to make them better servants"! The Newick Horticultural Society was founded in the 1830s and still meets today with 2 annual shows. The area was famous for its soft fruit.


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The Bull on The Green (0.22 miles)

The Bull on The Green
The Bull on the Green is a pub, restaurant and bed & breakfast in the heart of the sussex countryside offering great food, quality drinks and comfortable accommodation. To the rear of the pub is ... More | visit website
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Chequers Maresfield (3.54 miles)

Chequers Maresfield
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Horsted Place (3.94 miles)

Horsted Place

Horsted Place is a magnificent Victorian mansion set in delightful grounds with views of the South Downs and overlooking the East Sussex National Golf Club with its two championship courses.

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Buxted Park Country House (4.33 miles)

Buxted Park Country House

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Located in the heart of Sussex, this magnificent Georgian Palladian mansion is set in 312 acres of parkland, where fallow deer roam free, and has played host to the rich and ... More

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East Sussex National Golf Resort & Spa (4.40 miles)

East Sussex National Golf Resort & Spa

Completed in May 2006, this contemporary Golf and Spa resort boasts two championship 18 holes golf courses, 104 spacious bedrooms all tastefully dressed with both a walk-in shower and bath. Our Health Club and Spa ... More | visit website

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The Crown Inn (4.48 miles)

The Crown Inn

Newly refurbished and reopened in November 2009, The Crown has been an inn for more than 250 years and was originally a medieval hall house in the 14th century. Friendly and helpful staff will ensure ... More | visit website

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Birch Hotel (4.65 miles)

Birch Hotel

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Situated in the peaceful West Sussex town of Haywards Heath, this charming hotel is ideally located within easy reach of Brighton’s bustling city centre (29 km) and Gatwick Airport (24 km).
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Holly House B&B (5.04 miles)

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Horseshoes Farm House (5.19 miles)

Horseshoes Farm House

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Set in its own large garden, this delightful 16th century beamed farmhouse, recently refurbished, spacious and very comfortable, sits 100 yards from a village shop and pubs. ... More

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The Blacksmiths Arms (5.92 miles)

The Blacksmiths Arms
Bernard, Sylvia and our friendly staff welcome you to the Blacksmiths Arms, situated on the London Road 1 mile north of Lewes on the A275. Here at The Blacksmiths Arms we are well ... More | visit website

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