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Ninfield There are two churches in Ninfield: the parish church dedicated to St Mary the Virgin; and the Methodist church. There is a primary school, and a village post office and shop. There are two pubs in Ninfield - "The Kings Arms" and the "Blacksmiths Inn".
Ninfield The parish council consists of nine councillors. They put on several events, including a gala with professional cabaret, each year to raise money for nominated charities such as Alzheimers and Sussex Ambulance.
Ninfield Ninfield is part of the electoral ward called Ninfield and Hooe with Wartling. The population of this ward at the 2011 Census was 2,543.
Ninfield To the west of the village is Standard Hill, said to be the place that William the Conqueror placed his flag after the Battle of Hastings. As with many other Wealden villages, it was involved in the iron industry: that fact is commemorated by the presence in the village of a set of iron stocks. Smuggling was also rife in the eighteenth century.
Ninfield Ninfield was once featured in an episode of the classic comedy The Goon Show entitled "The Nadger Plague" and first broadcast by the BBC in October 1956. In the episode, set in the 16th century, the residents of Ninfield were left terrified when two carriers of the titular plague, which caused the seats of peoples' trousers to "burn out", arrived in the village. The episode was written by Spike Milligan, a sometime resident of East Sussex.
Ninfield Ninfield is a village and civil parish in the Wealden District of East Sussex, England. The village is situated 4 miles (6.4 km) north of Bexhill-on-Sea, at the junction of two roads: the A269 from Bexhill to Battle and the A271 to Hailsham. The parish covers some 2,500 acres (1,010 ha) on the Weald.
Ninfield The village name is said to come from the fact that it was originally composed of nine and three quarter fields.
Hellingly Cricket Club The Club plays its home games at Horsebridge Recreation Ground and Ninfield. Ninfield is used for third and fourth eleven games, and Horsebridge is used for all other home matches.
Eastbourne (UK Parliament constituency) 1950-1955: The County Borough of Eastbourne, the Municipal Borough of Bexhill, and in the Rural District of Hailsham the civl parishes of Eastdean, Friston, Hooe, Jevington, Ninfield, Pevensey, Polegate, Wartling, Westham, and Willingdon.
List of electoral wards in East Sussex Battle Town, Central, Collington, Cross In Hand/Five Ashes, Crowhurst, Darwell, Ewhurst and Sedlescombe, Heathfield East, Heathfield North and Central, Herstmonceux, Kewhurst, Ninfield and Hooe with Wartling, Old Town, Pevensey and Westham, Rother Levels, Sackville, St Marks, St Michaels, St Stephens, Salehurst, Sidley, Ticehurst and Etchingham.