Turners Hill is a small village in the north of the County of West Sussex. It stands at one of the highest points, about 600 feet above sea level, on a steep ridge of the Sussex Weald between the North and South Downs.
The older part of the village is now a Conservation Area with buildings dating back to 17th and 18th centuries, a number of which are listed.
A Roman Road passes through Turners Hill from south to north, west of Selsfield House through gardens and farmland north across the Medway stream east of The Rheeding, up the steep hill across East Street and down along the right hand side of Turners Hill Park. This Roman Road ran from London to the Portslade area, just outside of Brighton.
Two coins were found here, one silver coloured Antoninianus of Valerian (253-260 A.D) and one bronze Folis of Maximinus II Daia (309 – 313 A.D.).