Lurgashall Parish Council – news, facts, figures and lots more about our Parish.
Lurgashall Page – the village’s own Facebook page, keeping locals and those further afield with attachments to the village up-to-date on what’s going on.
St Laurence’s Church, Lurgashall – St Laurence’s is a very old (originally Saxon) Church and is set in an extensive and peaceful Churchyard which adjoins fields and woods. Inside it is quiet and simple and has a very welcoming atmosphere which contributes to the peace and beauty of this Holy place.
Our Priest-in-Charge is the Reverend Peter Hayes, who is also Priest-in-Charge of the adjoining Parishes of Northchapel and Ebernoe. Wherever you are from, you will always be very welcome at St Laurence’s.
Noah’s Ark Inn – some say, the best pub in West Sussex! Located on the village green, the pub provides outstanding seasonal food with great service while retaining a traditional pub atmosphere.
Lurgashall Village Shop – situated right at the centre of the village, the shop incorporates a Post Office and provides a great service to locals and visitors alike. (Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LurgashallVillageShop)
Jacquie Lawson e-cards – probably the most beautifully illustrated e-cards around, Jacquie’s lovely artwork for her e-cards was originally inspired by the village.
Orchard Park Farm B&B – stay in a traditional farm house on a family-run working farm, located in the picturesque village of Lurgashall.
High Hampstead B&B – relax in beautifully converted farm buildings on the edge of Lurgashall village and surrounded by Sussex countryside.
The Barn at Roundhurst B&B – immerse and unwind in a luxury boutique retreat on the edge of the Black Down hills above Lurgashall.
Mill Farm ‘Glamping’ – seven luxury en-suite tents to experience sleeping under the stars by Lurgashall Mill Pond.
Farm-on-a-Card Photography – see Liz Andreozzi’s local photography created into unique greetings cards for that outdoor, farming, animal loving person, to send a special message which they will keep forever.