is a village and civil parish
in the Chichester district
of West Sussex
. The village is about three miles (5 km) south of Midhurst
on the main road to Chichester
In the 2001 census there were 190 households with a total population of 459 of whom 223 were economically active.
A railway once used to serve the area at Cocking Station, on the Chichester to Midhurst line opened in 1880, but was completely closed from 1953.
- Cocking Village WebsiteContains up to date details of village events together with the proceedings of the Parish Council and other local groups. The site also has maps, photo galleries, history, links to many related sites and general information. This is the only website dedicated to the village of Cocking and maintained by villagers.
- Cocking Village GuideContains maps, photo galleries, history, and information. Part of the Gravelroots area guide, linking to other villages and towns in the Rother Valley.
- Cocking Parish Church