Newick in East Sussex

Google map showing area surrounding Newick
(Killer Cricket and Dirk Bogarde)
Location: 50.975252,0.014796
General Details
Newick in East Sussex lies on the Uckfield to Horsham road nearby Chailey .

The village is quite old as the church contains some Norman archicture .

In 1737 the Parish Register shows John Boots was killed in a cricket match as he ran into the other batsman.

In 1818 Thomas Baden-Powell became rector here, and with his son and cousin preached for 101 years. The family was closely related to the founder of the Scout movement (see Robertsbridge ).

In 1897 the village pump which is located on the green was given by local plumber Richard Fuller to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria .

In 1934 young Derek Bogaerde played in the Newick Amateur Dramatics Society production of 'Journeys End'. The young Derek became famous as the world renown Dirk Bogarde star of many feature films.

This village is associated with the Sussex Bonfire Societies , who provide noisy processions, unbelievable outfits and fantastic firework displays throughout the month of November - a spectacle not to be missed.
St Marys church (Newick East Sussex)Newick in East Sussex has a really pretty village centre with the green leading down to a row of old shops and uphill to the public houses.

The village pump is quite unusual and interesting to look at.
Newick in East Sussex has a number of shops, public houses and the church to provide services.

Haywards Heath lies about 5 miles to the west and provides a large shopping centre and trains to London , Lewes and Brighton .
Newick is shown as the red symbol on the map.

Nearby Villages

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Village= Town= Recorded in Domesday=
Blackboys (Charcoal and Soot)6.00 miles
Buxted (The first Iron Cannon in England)5.24 miles
East Hoathly (Another Sussex Cannibal?)7.44 miles
Fairwarp (Charcoal and the Army)4.59 miles
Fletching (Simon de Montfort and Jack Cade)
1.46 miles
Framfield (380 years without a church tower)5.02 miles
Halland (Ancient Slaughter)6.19 miles
Isfield (Simon de Montfort and the Lavender Line)3.57 miles
Maresfield (Soldiers and Iron)3.52 miles
Nutley (Edward III and the Post Mill)
4.29 miles
Piltdown (The Piltdown Man hoax)1.77 miles
Sheffield Park (Capability Brown and the Bluebell Line)2.03 miles
Uckfield (Traction Engine destroys bridge)3.60 miles
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