Newick Parish Council Magazine
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The Newick Parish Council magazine is delivered quarterly and keeps all its readers up to date with local council news and planning local news, articles of community interest, achievements, popular topics, local events, meeting clubs and groups.
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A Bit about Newick
Newick is a village in the Lewes District of East Sussex with a population of 2,457 (2011 Census).
The village is home to three pubs, The Crown Inn, The Royal Oak and The Bull Inn as well as one restaurant, Newick Tandoori, and a number of other businesses.
Newick Church of England Primary School was rated outstanding at their most recent Ofsted inspection (2011) and is the villages only school.
The parish church, St Mary’s dates from the Victorian era. Zion Chapel was built in 1834 but converted to flats in 2011 and the Newick Evangelical Free Church dates back to 1892.
Newick holds an annual Bonfire Night every November, the Saturday before Lewes Bonfire Night.
In 1934, English actor and writer Dick Bogarde appeared in amateur dramatic productions in the village with Newick Amateur Dramatic Society (NADS) which still exists today as Newick Youth Theatre. Other notable people from the village include television personality Piers Morgan who was born in Newick and Sussex and England cricketeer James Langridge.