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Warbleton Parish Council Meetings 

The next meeting of Warbleton Parish Council will be held on Thursday 25 July 2024 7pm at Bodle Street Green Village Hall

The Warbleton Parish Council Planning Committee will next meet on Tuesday 16 July 2024 7pm at Dunn Village Hall,  Rushlake Green (small meeting room)

Warbleton is a civil parish in the Wealden District of East Sussex. It consists of two villages, Rushlake Green and Bodle Street Green, and two hamlets Warbleton and Three Cups.

The place-name Warbleton, derived from the Old English Wǣrburhe tūn, means the farmstead or village of a woman called Wǣrburh. In the Domesday Book (1086) the name is recorded as 'Warborgetone'. It is subsequently recorded as Warberton (1166), Walberton (1340), and Warbleton (1404). Wǣrburh is said to be one of the half-dozen or so women who owned property in the land of the South Saxons.

The population is around 1375 residents who are represented by Warbleton Parish Council. Everyone is welcome to attend the public meetings.



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