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The Fairwarp website is brought to you by the Fairwarp Community Society.

The Fairwarp Community Society was formed in 2007 to make things happen for you – everyone in Fairwarp Village and Ward.
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What’s on in Fairwarp?

Family Service

2 September @ 11:00 am - 11:30 am

WI Meet

14 July, 2020
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An event every month that begins at 12:00am on day Second of the month, repeating indefinitely

WI Meet

11 August, 2020
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An event every month that begins at 12:00am on day Second of the month, repeating indefinitely

Latest Fairwarp News

Fairwarp Village Hall 2017 Annual Report

By | March 14th, 2018|Categories: Fairwarp Village Hall|Tags: , , , |

Please find below the download links to Fairwarp's Village Hall Annual Report for 2017. Village Hall Annual Report 2017 - pdf Examiner's Report & Accounts 2017 (DMC)

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Garcia the Grass Snake

By | July 10th, 2017|Categories: Echo, Fairwarp Football Club, Fairwarp Queen Elizabeth II Field News|Tags: , , , , , |

Meet Garcia the grass snake.  Garcia regularly comes along to the QE2 Field to show his support for Fairwarp Stoolball Club.  It's a bit of a stretch to think he might one day join in [...]

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About Fairwarp and Location

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Fairwarp is a delightful small village situated on the edge of the six and a half thousand acres of the enchanting Ashdown Forest.

Although a relatively small community, Fairwarp is a very active one with a number of organisations and clubs and a full calendar of events, including the annual fete held on the Village Green, Family Cricket & Croquet day at the Fairwarp Queen Elizabeth II Sports Field and weekly services at Fairwarp's Christ Church, “The Church in the Forest”, as it was supposedly the only church built within the forest boundary.

Fairwarp is a wonderful starting point to set out to explore the Ashdown Forest whether on foot, horseback or cycling with a welcome break at The Foresters Arms for lunch and a drink.

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All emails will be sent to info@fairwarp.org.uk which is managed by the Fairwarp Community Society. If we believe your email is intended for another group or Organisation within Fairwarp we will forward on your emails to that relevant group.

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