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ROGATE
West Sussex
Including Rake, Haben, Fyning, Hill Brow, Langley, Durford, Wenham, Durleighmarsh & Terwick Common.
 
Rogate Village Centre
photo: Martyn Pattison 2005

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About Rogate Parish Council page
Church - St Bartholomews
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Parish Council website
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Rogate Primary School
Rogate Village Hall
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White Horse Pub, Rogate
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History of Rogate published 1963
Rogate 1867 Post Office directory
Miscellaneous articles: -
Pioneering traffic scheme for Rogate May.2017
Villagers plan to buy Closed White Horse pub Apr.2017
Car & coach crash Feb.2016
Cannabis plants seized Jul.2015
Woman motorcyclist hurt Mar.2015
Terwick church burgled Oct.2012
Rogate plans cause concern Aug.2012
Rogate Councillor told to apologise Feb.2012
Woman killed in Rogate accident Sep.2011
Rogate death, man will not be prosecuted Nov.2010
Rogate death being investigated June 2010

 
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stolen from Rogate Church, click for info
Burglary Terwick Church
7 October 2012 - click here for details
 

Olympic Torch Relay route

16 July 2012
 
 
The Torch was carried through Rogate
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Rogate village is on the A272 seven miles to the west of Midhurst. The ancient parish of Terwick is included in Rogate and the northern part of the parish is in the ecclesiastical parish of Milland. Until the passing of the Counties, Detached Parts, Act of 1844 part of Rogate was in Hampshire.
In the 2001 census the parish had 623 households with a total population of 1,513.
The parish has two churches, St. Bartholomews and St. Peters in Terwick plus two primary schools in Rogate and the neighbouring village of Rake. The only pub in Rogate village is the White Horse, following the closure of the Wyndham Arms. The Jolly Drover at Hill Brow and the Rising Sun at Rake on the old London to Portsmouth road lies just within the parish and county boundary. This boundary also runs through the middle of the Flying Bull. There are therefore three and a half pubs in the Rogate parish. [@2014] - White Horse closed [@2017]
In 2008, Rogate School was the subject of a hugely successful and highly publicised campaign to overturn a council recommendation to close the school. In February 2011 the school was judged to be outstanding in an Ofsted report and is an extremely popular village school with excellent facilities.



Rogate Village Stores & Post Office
8 West Street - GU31 5HQ
Tel- 01730 818471
shop opening times
Monday to Friday, 8am - 6pm
Saturday - Sunday, 8am - 1pm
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Nomad Fish & Chips - click for website

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Rogate on the Vintage Trail
 
Ship Rogate
The Ship 'Rogate', 1939
 
 

 
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Rother Valley Modern Communities
Chithurst - - Cocking - - Didling - - Duncton - - Easebourne - - East Lavington - - Fernhurst - - Fittleworth - - Graffham
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