South Heighton is a parish located within the district of Lewes, and the County of East Sussex. It is made up of the village of South Heighton and the hamlet of Norton with adjoining countryside within the South Downs National Park.
South Heighton Parish Council is the administrative body for the village of South Heighton and the hamlet of Norton. Council meetings are held approximately every five weeks and are held in the South Heighton Village Hall, starting at 7.00pm.
The role of the Parish Council is to ensure the good maintenance, and improvement, of the environment in which we live. There are a number of specific responsibilities bestowed on us by legislation, and a number of improvements which we would like to make. If you feel there are any issues within the parish, which should be given attention, then please contact us.
Anyone is welcome to attend South Heighton Parish Council meetings and ‘Public Question Time’ is a standard agenda item at the start of each meeting. To view the minutes from previous meetings please see our Minutes page.
The Parish council produces a biannual spring/summer and autumn/winter newsletter which is delivered to every household within the parish.
For the dates of future meetings please visit our Council meetings page.