Lurgashall is located right underneath Blackdown, which is the highest place in West Sussex and which has connections with the great poet Tennyson.
There are some very small, very winding roads round about. One of the best reasons to visit Lurgashall is Lurgashall Winery which has a good shop with plenty of unusual and delicious food and wine.
St Laurence's Church has an unusual loggia which was built in the 16th century, and a Millennium stained glass window which depicts scenes of village life past and present.
Lurgashall WineryLurgashall Winery produce an unusual range of drinks including fruit liqueurs, honey meads and country wines. Lurgashall Winery shop is also stocked with all sorts of delicious delicacies and drink and is definitely worth a visit.
Lurgashall Parish CouncilLurgashall Parish Council's website has details of council meetings and a Lurgashall council noticeboard, plus bus details and other useful information about Lurgashall and the immediate surrounding area.
Lurgashall Cricket ClubLurgashall is one of the most beautiful places to play cricket in West Sussex - and that's saying something as there's plenty of competition.
Noah's ArkThe Noah's Ark is Lurgashall's lovely village pub.
Lurgashall Village HallInformation about the events and facilities at Lurgashall Village Hall.
Woodcraft Park Farm, LurgashallCamping facilities near Lurgashall at Woodcraft Park Farm
Lurgashall ChurchThe village church is St Laurence, Lurgashall
Lurgashall MillNow no longer in Lurgashall of course - but you can still see Lurgashall Mill because it is of of the many old buildings at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum at Singleton, about 10 miles south of Lurgashall, just off the A286 on the road to Chichester. Lurgashall Mill was built in the 17th century and given to the Museum in 1974.
- Bognor Regis
- Burgess Hill
- East Grinstead
- Haywards Heath
- Petworth and Petworth House
- Rake and Hill Brow
- South Harting
- Lurgashall Mill
- Other Sussex Vineyards