Hurst Life | The community magazine for the village
of Hurstpierpoint

A village magazine just for Hurstpierpoint: Hurst Life.

We are a free, full colour community magazine which 4,200 copies will be published monthly with the majority being hand-delivered to homes in the West Sussex village of Hurstpierpoint. The October issue is OUT NOW and the next one comes out on 29th October  - so we are currently looking for stories, local news items, contributors, advertisers and fantastics photos of the village before 15th October 2019 - which is the copy date for the November issue.

If you would like to advertise - look here

If you would like to contribute a story or article - click here

If you have some great photos of Hurstpierpoint - click here.

Advertising in Hurst Life has helped my garden design business reach a wider audience in Mid Sussex. The results have been very encouraging so I have continued to advertise.
— Hilary May

When do I need
to send in my advert
to the magazine?

See here for our
monthly copy dates
for the year

Congratulations on the wonderfully professional and informative magazine you have produced for our community in Hurst.
— Mrs J Denley, Hurstpierpoint
Hurst Life has really brought the village some much-needed joined up communication - we, at the Village Fair Committee, certainly couldn’t do without it these days.
— Nic Stenning, reader

Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex, England


Coordinates: 50°56′00″N 0°11′07″W / 50.933288°N 0.185339°W / 50.933288; -0.185339

Hurstpierpoint is a village in the Mid Sussex district of West Sussex, England. Together with Sayers Common it forms one of the Mid Sussex civil parishes, with an area of 2029.88 ha and a population of 6,264 people.[1]

It is located 4 miles (6.4 km) southwest of Burgess Hill, and 1.5 miles (2.4 km) west of the nearest railway station at Hassocks, from where Brighton and London are approximately 10 minutes and one hour away respectively. There is also an hourly bus service to Haywards Heath, Brighton and a two hourly service operated by Metrobus to Crawley and Brighton.

I have been reading local ‘freebie ad mags’ for years, but I REALLY enjoy Hurst Life - especially the cycling features!
— Mr N Burt, Hurstpierpoint