- St John Without
St John Without
St John Without shown within East Sussex
Area 3.84 km2 (1.48 sq mi)  Population 54 (Electors-2004) - Density 36 /sq mi (14 /km2) OS grid reference - London 41 miles (66 km) North Parish St John Without District Lewes Shire county East Sussex Region South East Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom Post town LEWES Postcode district BN7 Dialling code 01273 Police Sussex Fire East Sussex Ambulance South East Coast EU Parliament South East England UK Parliament Lewes List of places: UK • England • East Sussex
The parish includes the small hamlet of Chiltington and a few dispersed farms and houses along Allington Road to the foot of the South Downs.
The next level of government is Lewes District Council. The District council supplies services such as refuse collection, planning consent, leisure amenities and council tax collection. St John Without is covered by the Plumpton, Streat, East Chiltington and St John (Without) ward which returns a single seat. In the May 2007 election, a councillor from the local Liberal Democrat party was elected.
St John Without lies within the Chailey ward for the next tier of government, East Sussex County Council. The ward also includes Chailey, Ditchling, East Chiltington, Newick, Plumpton, Streat, Westmeston and Wivelsfield. The County Council provides services such as roads and transport, social services, libraries and trading standards. The June 2009 election resulted in a win for the Conservative Meg Stroude.
At European level, St John Without is represented by the South-East region, which holds ten seats in the European Parliament. The June 2004 election returned four Conservatives, two Liberal Democrats, two UK Independence, one Labour and one Green, none of whom live in East Sussex.
Clayton to Offham Escarpment is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, which stretches from Hassocks in the west and passes through many parishes including St John Without, to Lewes in the east. The site is of biological importance due to its rare chalk grassland habitat along with its woodland and scrub.
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Barcombe · Barcombe Cross · Barcombe Mills · Beddingham · Bishopstone · Chailey · Denton · Ditchling · East Blatchington · East Chiltington · Falmer · Firle · Glynde · Hamsey · Iford · Kingston near Lewes · Newick · North Chailey · Piddinghoe · Plumpton · Plumpton Green · Ringmer · Rodmell · Spithurst · South Heighton · Southease · St Ann Without · St John Without · South Chailey · South Street · Streat · Tarring Neville · Telscombe Cliffs · Town Littleworth · Westmeston · Wivelsfield · Wivelsfield Green
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