Community Buildings

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The community buildings are the Queen's Hall and Cuckfield Village Hall.

Cuckfield Village Hall

Cuckfield Village Hall is proving to be a very popular venue.   The smart new kitchen, courtesy of a Heritage Lottery grant, and redecorated north hall are ideal for children's parties and other events.  The Pre-School Playgroup continues to operate there and we hope to attract more regular hirers in the evenings.

The vandalism at the start of 2019 was distressing and costly for all, so we now have a new CCTV system in place which will hope will deter any further incidents in future.

Cvh North Hall 3 Website

The Queen’s Hall

The major external redecoration and new hall floor undertaken over the past couple of years has meant that only general maintenance has been needed recently.  However, as with any old building, there are constant problems with the fabric and regular essential maintenance projects.

The garden has been a major focus this year and we now have a delightful gazebo and outdoor chairs and so are able to offer outdoor weddings as part of our marriage license.  This has proved a very popular option with couples planning their wedding ceremonies in the hall.  You will see some lovely photographs from recent weddings on the website.

Qh Garden Gazebo And Chairs

Duke of Edinburgh

10th June 1921  - 9th April 2021

The Councillors and staff of Cuckfield Parish Council wish to express their sadness at the news of the death of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, after providing such long and distinguished service to the United Kingdom and Commonwealth.

The whole Council wishes to send its deepest and most sincere condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and the whole Royal Family at this time of national mourning.  Our flag is flying at half-mast as a mark of respect. Owing to the current public health situation residents should be able to sign an e-book of condolence which should shortly be available at www.royal.uk