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The old parish of Ifield contained most of the western part of modern-day Crawley, and the old village is on the very western edge of the new town.3 The restoration has been led by a team of volunteers and spearheaded by Ted Henbery MBE, who has spent 34 years on the project after his son discovered the disused site in 1974.As well as containing two modern churches -.4 A second project to upgrade the Mill Pond concluded in July 2015 after.5 million was spent upgrading the dam, finished 1 million under budget.It is the source of the, river Mole which runs north to the, river Thames above.Leonards in Langley Green and bans in Gossops Green - Ifield Parish also contains a Friends' Meeting House.Throughout its life, it has been maintained by voluntary donations and is managed entirely by the unpaid efforts of its members.
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Arun Valley Line and was opened in 1907 as 'Ifield Halt'.
The theatre buildings were created from a group of agricultural buildings and consist of a tithe barn which now forms the auditorium with dressing rooms in its outbuildings, a former Granary which serves old local woman looking for sex as a kitchen, and stables which have been converted to an exhibition.All three buildings have been linked by a modern addition tastefully integrated to form the foyer and theatre bar.Gossops Green and, bewbush to the south across the Arun Valley railway line.Denzil was buried in Westminster Abbey, but his family are interred here.Founded in 1676 it was the first purpose-built meeting place for the Quakers anywhere in the world.Elections to West Sussex County Council were held on 5 May, 2005.Your local council will be able to tell you if any by-elections are coming up in your area.It damaged the village school and wounded one local man who remained slightly brain damaged for the rest of his life.Denzil Holles was created Baron Holles of Ifield in 1661, after his part in the restoration of Charles II of England.
5 The Mill Pond is considered to be "the most important wetland site in Crawley" 6 and supports a rich bird community: Birds that breed in the Mill Pond: Birds that visit the Mill Pond in the winter: History edit The name Ifield is derived.