Conservation societies in West Sussex
Fernhurst SocietyThe Fernhurst Society aims to enrich the life of the village of Fernhurst by organising a programme of local events, such as talks. Interestingly, it captures these talks on tape and preserves them in the Fernhurst Archive.
Events of note include "A Day in the Life of a Bodger" and "North Ambersham in a Nutshell".
Hurstpierpoint SocietyPowerful society with over 1000 members who take a keen interest in the future of the village of Hurstpierpoint.
The East Grinstead SocietyThe East Grinstead Society has around 100 members who all have an interest in the quality of life in the town.
The Petersfield SocietyThe Petersfield Society holds lectures, presents awards to projects which it believes are beneficial to the quality of life in the town and participates in the Petersfield Tomorrow programme.
The Shoreham SocietyThe Shoreham Society describes itself as "an independent voice for the residents of the town of Shoreham-by-Sea in West Sussex on all matters concerning town planning, conservation, development and its environs".
The Worthing SocietyThe Worthing Society aims to "preserve the architectural amenities of Worthing and the surrounding area, and to stimulate interest and research into the town's history".
Federation of Sussex Amenity SocietiesUmbrella organisation for several different groups who want to protect Sussex from change.
Conservation in BrightonBrighton conservation information
- Bognor Regis
- Burgess Hill
- East Grinstead
- Haywards Heath