Please assume all these events are suspended for the time being
Where more details are available, click on the event title
Please see the panel on the right for information relating to the current coronavirus pandemic
Alfriston Village is open
throughout the duration of the
works to replace our water main
PHASE 4 IMMINENT, WILL BLOCK THE
ALFRISTON SEAFORD ROAD
One of "England's 27 most beautiful villages"
We are very happy to agree with
Telegraph Travel's Teresa Machan
"If you're in the South Downs National Park or exploring the Cuckmere Valley, be sure to call in at Alfriston ..."
See the village diary
for the calendar of events
going on in the village
See also our What's On page
Alfriston and the Cuckmere Valley
Alfriston is a village community surrounded by the Wealden South Downs. We sit near the eastern end of the South Downs Way where this national path splits three ways, going east, west and south, from the very centre of our historic village.
Around the village, visitors can enjoy our famous church St Andrew's church (the "Cathedral of the South Downs"), the clergy house (the National Trust's first property) and our wide range of galleries, cafés, pubs and shops.
Alfriston hosts many events throughout the year including music festivals, traditional fetes, boot fares ... the list seems endless. Keep an eye on our What's On page and the Village Diary on this page for information.
Take a trip to Alfriston for a relaxing break exploring the historic heritage of the village and the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside. Stroll north or south along the Cuckmere river or hike east or west up onto the Downs to soak up the natural peace and tranquility of the area.
Community Support Network with Cuckmere Churches
Support for vulnerable
Please see this online version of the leaflet that has been distributed through the village and wider community
Cuckmere Churches also working with the Community Support Network
Services and businesses
Several of the businesses in the community are offering delivery services locally during this crisis