Around Rodmell
Around Rodmell
Around Rodmell
Around Rodmell

Around Rodmell

A Tour of Rodmell

Welcome to Rodmell! Our charming and historic small village in the South Downs has been around at least since the time of William the Conqueror. The name might be derived

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Our Parish Council

If you would like to read agendas or minutes of Parish Council meetings or other Council documents, click HERE. OUR PARISH COUNCIL The parish of Rodmell and Northease has less

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Council Documents

Rodmell Parish Council documents you can view online: It is now mandatory for local Councils to publish their documents on an accessible free-of-charge website.  Just click on any of the

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Recent Events

The Summer Show This year’s Summer Show was one of the rare ones in recent years that was not accompanied by at least one downpour. Music was provided through the

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The Village Church

THE PARISH CHURCH OF ST. PETER, RODMELL The details below are taken from “A Short Guide to St Peter’s Church, Rodmell”, 2nd edition. Copies of this guide are available in

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Monk’s House

Monk’s House was the home of the novelist Virginia Woolf and her husband, Leonard. Virginia Woolf is perhaps the chief reason why most people outside the area have heard of

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Allotments

For those who like gardening, but don’t have a garden, Rodmell has two allotment sites: A site by South Farm Bungalows, administered by Rodmell Parish Council. A site at Monk’s

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Books about Rodmell

There are many interesting books about Rodmell, Virginia Woolf, her family and the so-called Bloomsbury Group. And there have been other writers associated with the village, as well as local

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Aladdin

After a gap of three years, the widely renowned, much missed and eagerly awaited Rodmell Pantomime once again opened its doors this year, playing to packed houses in the familiar

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Breaky Bottom Vineyard

Peter Hall first planted vines at Breaky Bottom in 1974 and has become celebrated among both English and international viticulturists for the quality of his Seyval Blanc grapes and his

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Wildlife

Local wildlife enthusiast, Steve Berry from Kingston, has sent this information about wildlife around Rodmell The fields between Rodmell village and the river Ouse – known as Rodmell Brooks –

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