The Parish includes the market town of Heathfield and the villages of Waldron, Cross-in-Hand, Broad Oak, Old Heathfield and part of Punnetts Town.
Heathfield is surrounded by the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and, standing high on a ridge, has magnificent vistas to the south from around the High Street.
Originally two parishes, Heathfield and Waldron have a total population of 11,500 scattered amongst several centres. The present village of Old Heathfield was the location of the original settlement. At nearby Cade Street is the Heathfield Beacon, which was erected in 1995 to celebrate VE Day, and the memorial to Jack Cade, who, in 1450, led an insurrection of the common people and was reputedly killed in the vicinity of the memorial by Sheriff Alexander Iden of Kent.
Voluntary sector services and volunteering opportunities
Local transport buses and taxis
Parish Council services - recreation grounds, burial grounds, allotments, Heathfield Community Centre
Events, venues for hire
Citizens Advice Bureau outreach service - every Friday morning from 9.30 am - 11.30 am in the Parish Council.
Offices - Drop in sessions - www.wealdencitizensadvice.org.uk This service has been suspended at present
Heathfield Volunteer Centre - Monday from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm in the Parish Council Offices , 73 High Street, Heathfield - This is not open at present
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