Kingston Parish Council

Latest News




A vacancy has arisen within Kingston Parish Council and the Notice of Vacancy gives further details


13/07/2020 - Planning Update


Here is Kingston Parish Council's latest Planning update of applications currently under consideration.


Details of all planning applications can be found on the planning area of this website


12/07/2020 - Local Authority Accounts


Kingston (near Lewes) Parish Council has completed its submission to the external auditor for the year 2019/2020 and copies of the paperwork can be found on the Finances and Annual Accounts page of this website


27/06/2020 - Coronovirus - Latest Information


Local councils have been advised that people should follow the Government guidelines:


The Government's main source of advice on Coronavirus includes information on social distancing alongside a wide range of other information and can be found here


Additional information can be found via the Public Health England FAQs that will be updated.


07/05/2020 - Kingston CV19 Volunteers


A group of volunteers has been set up to work on a street basis to help residents isolating at home. For more information and to find out your own street contact click here

Forthcoming Events


09/09/2020 - Meeting of Kingston Parish Council


On 4 April 2020, the government brought The Local Authorities (Coronavirus) (Fexibility of

Local Authority Meetings) (England) Regulations 2020 into force to allow local authorities to

conduct meetings remotely.


Taking those provisions into account, Kingston Parish Council will hold its 9 September 2020 meeting virtually. Agenda and meeting papers with full details will be available on Friday 4 September 2020.









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Just over a mile away from the town of Lewes and nestling at the foot of the Sussex Downs, Kingston is protected on its northern and western sides by high ranges of hills.


Many of the older houses are in the original village centre "The Street", with an interesting and picturesque mix of cottages and larger farmhouses as well as the local 14th Century pub The Juggs and St Pancras Church.


The village offers a number of recreational facilities through its two greens, parish hall and community pavilion as well as being an ideal base for walkers and cyclists to explore the beautiful South Downs and surrounding areas.



All about Kingston





In accordance with Government guidelines the following Kingston Parish Council facilities are temporarily closed:

Kingston Community Pavilion

Kingston Village Green Play Equipment - parents/carers are advised that children should not use the play equipment


Kingston Tennis Courts - these are now open, please contact Kingston Tennis Club for details


Up to date information about work on local highways can be found here

East Sussex Highways Works Programmes

Click here for details of East Sussex Highways Works Programmes.