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Coordinates: 51°02′36″N 0°36′37″W / 51.04327°N 0.61017°W / 51.04327; -0.61017 Ebernoe Cricket on horn fair day Ebernoe  Ebernoe shown within West Sussex Area  12.39 km2 (4.78 sq mi) [1] Population 234 [1] 2001 Census     - Density  19 /km2 (49 /sq mi) OS grid reference SU974279     - London  31 miles (50 km) NE  Parish Ebernoe District Chichester Shire county West Sussex Region South East Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom Post town PETWORTH Postcode district GU28 Dialling code 01784 Police Sussex Fire West Sussex Ambulance South East Coast EU Parliament South East England UK Parliament Chichester List of places: UK • England • West Sussex Ebernoe is a hamlet and civil parish in the District of Chichester in West Sussex, England located six kilometres (4 miles) north of Petworth near the A283 road. The parish has a land area of 1239 hectares (3060 acres). In the 2001 census 234 people lived in 102 households of whom 107 were economically active. Hidden from the road by trees is the Anglican parish church, built from locally made brick in the nineteenth century. Walled to exclude rabbits the churchyard is a haven for wild flowers. Adjoining the church there is another interesting old building, the Old Schoolhouse. There is a cricket field where the village team plays, and this is also the venue for the Ebernoe Horn Fair held every 25 July. Richard Stemp is the current captain of the club. Landmarks Ebernoe Common is a National Nature Reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest[2] managed by the Sussex Wildlife Trust. Among its ancient woodland, glades and ponds it supports a diversity of plants and animals, including 14 out of 16 species of bat which occur in the UK, including the rare Bechstein's and Barbastelle bats. Adjoining farmland has been purchased with a grant from Restore UK[3] which will be allowed to revert to pasture woodland over a long period with managed grazing by cattle. The Barbastelle bats need old dying trees with loose bark for their roosts and travel great distances along traditional flight lines to feed over damp meadows, which may be as much as 20 kilometres from the roost, in the Arun and Rother valleys. Local landowners are being encouraged to maintain and enhance continuous tree cover along these routes so that the bats can travel out on summer evenings avoiding predation by sparrow hawks. The ponds on the common were originally constructed for the iron industry and there is also an old brick works which is thought to have been supplying bricks to Petworth House.[citation needed] Ebernoe Furnace Pond was established in 1594 by the Smythes of Wassell to make pig iron for Wassell Forge, at Kirdford. The waters are hidden in woodland on the large Ebernoe Common, an ancient woodland and nature reserve managed by the Sussex Wildlife Trust. Wassell Mill was formerly a corn-mill and prior to the mid-17th century was a forge for iron working. A stream was dammed to give water power and this arrangement was visible in this area in 1980s, although the water-wheel itself was missing. A short distance from WASSELL MILL is a house called LITTLE WASSELL, which is believed to have been the miller's house until 1843, when corn milling ceased. The name of the house derives from the old English words we now spell as "weir" and "cell" (or "cellar") - meaning a house by a dammed stream. The people who lived or worked in such a place may well have made a surname from the place name. Say "weir-cell" or "weir-cellar" a few times. Sounds closer than "wastelier" doesn't it? References ^ a b "2001 Census: West Sussex – Population by Parish". West Sussex County Council. http://www.westsussex.gov.uk/communityandliving/census2001/pop_parish_summary.pdf. Retrieved 2 May 2009.  ^ Sussex Wildlife Trust ^ Restore UK Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Ebernoe, West Sussex v · d · eSettlements in the Chichester district of West Sussex Cities Chichester Towns Midhurst · Petworth · Selsey Villages and hamlets Apuldram · Barlavington · Bepton · Bignor · Birdham · Bosham · Boxgrove · Bracklesham · Bury · Byworth · Charlton · Chidham · Chithurst · Coates · Cocking · Colworth · Compton · Didling · Donnington · Dumpford · Duncton · Earnley · Eartham · Easebourne · East Ashling · East Dean · East Harting · East Lavant · East Lavington · East Marden · East Wittering · Ebernoe · Egdean · Elsted · Fernhurst · Fishbourne · Fittleworth · Funtington · Graffham · Halnaker · Heyshott · Hunston · Hurst · Ifold · Iping · Kirdford · Linch · Linchmere · Lodsworth · Loxwood · Lurgashall · Merston · Mid Lavant · Milland · North Marden · North Mundham · Northchapel · Nutbourne · Nyewood · Oving · Plaistow · Rogate · Runcton · Selham · Sidlesham · Singleton · South Ambersham · South Harting · South Mundham · Southbourne · Stedham · Stopham · Stoughton · Sutton · Tangmere · Tillington · Trotton · Up Marden · Upperton · Upwaltham · Walderton · West Ashling · West Burton · West Dean · West Harting · West Itchenor · West Lavington · West Marden · West Stoke · West Thorney · West Wittering · Westbourne · Westhampnett · Wisborough Green · Woodmancote · Woolbeding Civil parishes List of civil parishes in Chichester