Conserving and improving Amberley, West Sussex
Amberley is a picturesque village set in the newly established South Downs National Park. With its many thatched houses and position by water meadows it appeals to cyclists, walkers, bird watchers, artists, historians or anyone wishing to enjoy a quintessential English village. There are many special qualities that make it such an attractive and vibrant place to live or visit and it is those that the Society stands to protect and enhance.
We offer regular events including talks and exhibitions, an opportunity to join campaign groups and become involved in local initiatives to protect Amberley and its surroundings. Use our site to explore the architecture, history, or wildlife in the area. Become a member and get involved.
Amberley, with its mix of architectural styles is one the prettiest villages in England
Building the Gurkha Bridge. The Society works with partners on a range of projects.
ART & ACTIVITIES
BUILDINGS & ENVIRONMENT
PROJECTS & CAMPAIGNS
7.30 St Michael’s Church Hall
This year is the 40th anniversary of the Amberley Society and we have some special events lined up. It starts off with our Annual General Meeting on Friday February 10. when Peter Knight will be our guest speaker
Farming and Wildlife on the Downs. See Newsletter for details of AGM and current activites carried out by the Amberley Society.