Important Information Regarding Carron Lane Cemetery

The Old Library, Knockhundred Row, Midhurst, West Sussex, GU29 9DQ




The Town Council will be starting work on improving and extending the drive in the cemetery.


It will also be undertaking extensive clearance of overgrown vegetation and the removal of trees and shrubs that contravene the Town Council’s cemetery regulations.

All memorial tress and shrubs which have out grown their position will be cut back and some will be removed. Those that are removed will be replaced with a more suitable species with it’s memorial plaque.


Work will start around the beginning of March.


Should you have any questions or concerns please contact the Town Clerk or Assistant Clerk on: 01730 816953 or via email


Thank you for your understanding and co-operation whilst this work is carried out.

Covid-19 Vaccinations Midhurst


Are there two vaccination programmes running in Midhurst?

Yes, one is being run by the Riverbank Medical Centre and the other is by Midhurst Pharmacy, in the Memorial Hall at the South Downs Centre.

Which one will I be contacted by and how will they contact me?

Riverbank Medical Centre continue to contact their patients in the first 4 priority groups for their Covid-19 vaccination. They are contacting patients that are registered with their practise and administer the vaccine at the Medical Centre.

Midhurst Pharmacy is an NHS ‘vaccination hub’ so focusses on the wider community. If you are eligible to receive a vaccination and haven’t received it through your GP you will receive a letter offering you to book a vaccination at a local hub. If you think you may be eligible but haven’t received a letter please contact Midhurst Pharmacy Here.

Are they administering different vaccines?

Riverbank Medical Centre have been vaccinating with the Pfiezer vaccine, Midhurst Pharmacy are vaccinating with the Oxford AstraZeneca.

I don’t know where the Memorial Hall is! 

We politely request that if you are visiting Midhurst for your vaccination to observe social distancing and wear appropriate face coverings if you need to enter any of our shops and public spaces.

Councillor Vacancy

Midhurst Town Council has a vacancy for a councillor.
As well as looking after some of the town’s amenities, the Town Council represents its residents on
many important areas that affect the life and prosperity of the town and Councillors strive to make
sure it is a great place to live, work and visit. We are keen to have a good level of diversity to ensure
all our residents views and needs are appropriately represented.
The Council welcomes applications from different sectors of the population to join its ranks to help
ensure that Midhurst remains a strong and vibrant town.
Please contact the Town Clerk for information as to how to become a Town Councillor