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Sutton & Barlavington
WEST SUSSEX
Sutton and the surrounding areas.
A virtual guide for visitor and residents.
 
Sutton under the South Downs

Sutton and Barlavington are villages and a civil parish in the District of Chichester in West Sussex, England, located 4 miles [6k] south of Petworth and east of the A285 Petworth to Chichester road. Nestling under the South Downs these remote villages are surrounded by woodland with particularly fine walks.
Sutton has not had a shop since 1971 and the school closed in the l960s, but it still has an Anglican church, St John the Baptist, and one pub, the White Horse.
There is a small church at Barlavington, dedicated to St. Mary.
Barlavington is joined with Sutton as a single parish council.

White Horse Inn, Sutton - 1960s
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Ernie Budd sits at the White Horse bar in the 1960s

Villagers have always fought to keep their village pub. In the 1950s, Sir Ian Anstruther moved to Barlavington. At that time the White Horse was under threat and he bought it to ensure it remained a pub. His family ran it for many years. Eventually it was sold with a covenant that it would always be run as a pub.



Ernest Budd
Lived in Sutton, with his wife Florence, for 60 years at 'Downview Cottage' - now called 'Budds Cottage'. He was the local blacksmith and well known throughout the area for his 'corn-dollies'
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ARCHIVED SOUND RECORDING
Recording date - 1959
Locations - Sutton, Sussex
Producers - University of Leeds

Listen to an interview with Mr Francis, born 1887 a roadman, & Miss Francis, born 1889. Mr Francis talks about his working life and compares modern farming practices with those of his younger days. Timberley farm is just to the east of Sutton.
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CHINGFORD POND IMPROVEMENTS
Public Exhibition To Be Held
 
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SUTTON & BARLAVINGTON
West Sussex, England, UK
post code        RH20
phone code     01798
 
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Barlavington Church
Barlavington 1858 directory
Budds of Sutton
Bus timetables & travel info
Business directories
Church - Sussex Parish churches
Fire service - local station, Petworth
Harwoods of Sutton
Locomotive named Sutton
Mandy Willard on Sutton
Old photos Sutton
Modern photos Sutton
Police
Roll of Honour - Sutton
Rother Valley Trail link
St Marys, Barlavington
Vintage Trail link
White Horse pub
 
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Miscellaneous articles: -
Anger over Horncroft sandpit - -31 May 2010
Battle hots up over sand plans - -22 Apr.2010
Sandpit statement - PDF - - - - - - - - Feb.2010
Independent but pulling together -5 Nov.2008

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Sutton 1861 population 364
2001 census population
Barlavington 117 in 35 households
Sutton 192 in 83 households
 

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Sutton in 1867
Parish Clerk & School Master
    Samuel Bryan
Union Workhouse - master & matron
    Henry Bryan & Susannah Bryan
Rev Henry Sockett was rector
Registrar
    Edmund Harwood, also shoemaker
Post Office
    Edmund Harwood
Blacksmith - Oliver Eede [Ede]
White Horse - landlord Charles Shotter
Shopkeepers
    Edward Gardener
    Mrs.Mary Lee
Wheelwright was William Collick
Farmers
    Sefton Charman
    Edward Barnard
    William Bird
    William Steele, at Shopham
 

PLANE CRASH, SUTTON, 1956
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Sutton, meaning 'south settlement' in old English, is a very common place name. Places named Sutton include - click
 

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The White Horse The Street, Sutton click here01798 869221
Bed & Breakfast Sutton & Barlavington
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Clerk Parish Council contact details
office Barlavington Estate Office Duncton Mill, Dye House Lane 01798 869899
Barlavington Court Retirement Home 01798 343309

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Rother Valley Croquet Club
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Castaway Theatre Company - 
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