Welcome to The Graffham Archive
Archivist: Robin Brind    Webmaster: Jonathan Simons
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Graffham is a West Sussex village of some 500 souls sitting under the north side of the South Downs, half-way between Midhurst and Petworth. We have a church, a shop, a school, a village hall, a recreation ground, several pubs, beautiful countryside and a lively community spirit.

The archive celebrates our history, geography and culture over the years. Our area includes the civil parishes of Graffham and East Lavington and extends to Selham and surrounding areas. This site lists the collection and makes available many files for download. 

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Links to more online village information
Web-sites: St Giles Church Church
Parish Council Graffham Down Trust Gravelroots WestSussex Records office
FaceBook: St Giles Church
  Graffham Noticeboard Beautiful Sights of Graffham Buy Sell Swap Empire Hall
  village pubs:   White Horse Foresters  
  pubs nearby:   Three Moles Unicorn  
Video: register   with ScreenOnLine for: Penny Journey