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Nyewood

Coordinates: 51°00′29″N 0°51′02″W / 51.00809°N 0.85068°W / 51.00809; -0.85068

Nyewood

The centre of Nyewood
West Sussex
Population 138 (2001)
OS grid reference SU803218
    - London  49 miles (79 km) NE 
Civil parish Harting
District Chichester
Shire county West Sussex
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town PETERSFIELD
Postcode district GU31
Dialling code 01730
Police Sussex
Fire West Sussex
Ambulance South East Coast
EU Parliament South East England
UK Parliament Chichester
List of places
UK
England
West Sussex

Nyewood is a hamlet in the Chichester district of West Sussex, England situated in the Western Rother valley. The village is on an unclassified road between Rogate and South Harting, the hub of the Harting civil parish that also includes the smaller settlements at West and East Harting. In former times it was also an intermediate station on the ”Middy”, a rural railway line that ran between Petersfield and Midhurst.[1] Despite its small size the area supports some notable businesses including Ballard's independent brewery whose hallmark brew is named after the hamlet[2]

The Nyewood Nye committee

The Nyewood Nye committee are a dedicated group of people belonging to the hamlet who arrange activities in the Nyewood 'Henry Warren village hall' They range from club nights to BBQ's and even treasure hunts for the younger ones in the village.

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