East Sussex Association of Blind and Partially Sighted People
County Headquarters, West End, Herstmonceux 01323 832252
Website: www.eastsussexblind.org< back
There is a free car park in Herstmonceux village, behind the Woolpack Inn. Enter from West End.< back
Anchor Staying Put Handyperson Service (Wealden and Lewes) repairs at a fraction of commercial costs, advice and quotations free, available to people over 60 or otherwise vulnerable by reason of disability or other issues. 1st Floor, 32/33 Vicarage Fields, Hailsham ( 442556/fax 440396 or email email@example.com< back
A charity (Registered Charity No 1101140) providing a free community service.
The key aims are to:
• improve the lives of deaf and hard of hearing people.
• improve the quality of life for deaf, hard of hearing and deafblind people.
• promote their independence and lead more active lives within their local communities.
Hearing aid batteries, service and information at 11am at Herstmonceux Village Information Centre on 4th Friday each month.
Free advice, demonstrations of equipment, information and support.
Please contact 01323 722505 or www.eshrc.org.uk for more information
The purpose of the site is ultimately to provide the UK with a huge life coach support network, enabling individuals to find a life coach close to them and appropriate for their needs. This is a free, confidential service that will help those seeking a new direction in their life to find the encouragement they need. Every life coach on the site who has a full profile has either sent a copy of their qualifications and insurance cover to us, or is registered with a professional body with recognised codes of ethics and practice, this way we can be assured of their professionalism.
Accident & Emergency (A&E) The nearest service to Herstmonceux is at the Eastbourne District & General Hospital, King's Drive, Eastbourne (( 417400).
Herstmonceux Health Centre (Dr Dodge, Dr Simmons, ( 833535/fax 833998) - behind the Woolpack Inn - is open from 8.30am to 1pm daily (weekdays) and from 4pm to 6pm daily (weekdays) except Tuesdays. Bookable appointments can be made with a doctor 9am to 12noon and 4pm to 6pm (daily weekdays, except Tuesday afternoon); with a nurse, Monday and Tuesday 9am to 12.30pm and Wednesday to Friday 9am to 12noon. Emergencies outside of surgery opening hours: please ring the normal surgery number 833535. Your call with either be diverted to our out of hours service or there will be a message advising you what to do.
The surgery in Jonvanty, Victoria Road, Windmill Hill (Dr Singh, Dr Warden, ( 01323 832632).
NHS Direct ( 0845 464748)
Eastbourne Downs & Weald Primary Care Trust NHS Child Health Clinics - first Wednesday of each month in Herstmonceux Village Hall between 10.15am and 11.45am. Bookstart Baby Packs, Bookstart & bag, Bookstart Treasure Box for playgroup/nursery.
The Willows Pharmacy Gardner Street, Herstmonceux ( 833162)
The Mobile Library (East Sussex County Council) stops in the car park besides the Woolpack Inn (West End) on alternate Fridays from 10.45am to 11.20am (( 482155).
Click here for the schedule of stops< back
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There are branches of the Post Office in Herstmonceux Post Office and Stores (Gardner Street, Herstmonceux) - open Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm and Saturday 9am to 12.30pm - and in the Windmill Hill Stores.< back
There are public toilets in Herstmonceux village, next to the Woolpack Inn and the car park.
There is a public telephone adjacent to the Woolpack Inn on the A271in Herstmonceux village centre, one adjacent to the Merrie Harriers pub in Cowbeech village and also one in Windmill Hill.
There is a recreation ground in Herstmonceux village, off Gardner Street. There are facilities for bowls, cricket, skateboarding and tennis and a children's playground. There are football pitches in the recreation ground in Lime Park.< back
There are recycling bins in the car park in Herstmonceux village, behind the Woolpack Inn.< back
Walk for Life
The Walk4Life website is totally FREE and has thousands of walk ideas all over the country. For instance here is one from Herstmonceux www.walk4life.info/walk/herstmonceux-windmill-hill. The website uses OS maps which can easily be printed out at home so is proving really popular. People can also keep a track of the walks they have done and set themselves a target!< back