Welcome to the Rudgwick Preservation Society website
Rudgwick is a parish in the north of West Sussex, west of Horsham. The village is adjacent to the boundary with Surrey. To contact us about Rudgwick click this link.
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RPS has a Walks Programme, which began in 1989, and this continues every Summer, May to August, on Tuesdays at 7.00 p.m. All are welcome.
Walks 2020 currently suspended – there will be no walks until further notice. Sadly this is due to the virus, first time in our history we have had no walks. Watch this space for news of resumption, hopefully later in the Summer.
Our AGM and Spring Meeting scheduled for 20 April is similarly cancelled. Our speaker has agreed to give her talk at the Autumn Meeting on 30 November. Let’s hope we are free to have this meeting! More news nearer the time.
Our main publication is the twice-yearly Newsletter dealing with planning, history and our environment. Past issues are available from the Newsletters page.
Rudgwick Preservation Society also publishes a number of books on the village and walks in the surrounding area. These are listed on the Publications page, and can be obtained from the Society by post (contact us using the link above), in the case of the booklet of walks, from the Mucky Duck Inn and from the Wey & Arun Canal Trust’s Canal Centre in Loxwood.
Our new books on the Great War are NOW AVAILABLE! See News.
The Stan Smith Archive is a collection of documents, notes, photographs maps and ephemera relating to the village and the surrounding area. Enquiries are welcome, and donations or scanned copies of documents, maps and photographs to add to the history of Rudgwick parish are always welcome.
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