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Link to Warnham Parish Council's website

Warnham Parish Council is the elected body that looks after the interests of people living in the civil parish of Warnham.

Link to The Warnham Society's website

The aims of The Warnham Society are to safeguard the character of the parish of Warnham, to foster activities beneficial to the parish and to promote the study and dissemination of the history of the parish.

Link to Warnham Village Hall's website

Details of the facilities available at the Village Hall, and how to book it.

Link to Horsham Matters website

Horsham Matters Ltd is a social enterprise set up by Horsham Churches Together (HCT) whose aim is to deliver projects that provide practical support to those who are in need in the local area. 

Horsham Churches Together

Horsham Churches Together represents 32 member churches from Horsham and the surrounding district. It seeks to unite these churches in worship, prayer and good works which bless and benefit the local community.

Link to Warnham School website

Warnham Church of England Primary School is a  ‘Voluntary Controlled’ School which means that the Church of England maintains an active interest in the school whilst giving overall control to the Local Authority. Warnham CE Primary School has a good reputation for its caring, inclusive, family ethos based on Christian values.

The Church of England

The Church of England’s website contains a wealth of information about the Church, its place in the life of the nation, its organisation, activities and the cathedrals and churches it comprises.

Diocese of Chichester

A link to the website of the Diocese of Chichester,

of which the Parish of Warnham is a part. THe Diocesan offices are based in Hive, East Sussex, and our Cathedral, or mother church, is at Chichester.

See the Cathedral website for information.

A Rocha is an international Christian organization which, inspired by God’s love, engages in scientific research, environmental education and community-based conservation projects. St Margaret's supports A Rocha, among many other charities.