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Burgess Hill had a population of 30,000 at the last You.Gov census in 2011.
Just off the A23, 24 minutes north of Brighton, Burgess Hill has excellent transport links. It’s a 25-minute drive to Gatwick Airport (17 minutes by train) via the A/M23 which also connects with the M25 or continues into London. By train London Victoria is 46 minutes.
The town’s primary newspaper is the Mid Sussex Times. “Read all about it!”
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Once you’ve completed your Burgess Hill removals and the last boxes have been put away (or recycled), you can start exploring this friendly town. Here’s a rundown of the very best of Burgess Hill;
Could there be anything better than having an award-winning vineyard right on your door step? Not if that vineyard turns out to be the excellent Ridgeview. Tours and tastings available (Yes please!).
Part of the very fabric of Burgess Hill, Lizzie’s Food Factory create scrumptious, bakes, cakes and treats and can be found in a number of shops and stores locally. Delish!
Wood fired pizza, Indian street food and some of the best beers to ever come out of Sussex, the Hairy Dog Brewery is well worth a visit, to sample and stock up.
There’s something glorious about a ‘proper’ café. All day breakfasts that could feed an army, warming toasties, glorious cakes. Café Makara is the real deal and the food is excellent!
Selling everything from cleaning products to pick and mix, this amazing eco-store allows you to buy exactly what you need with no packaging (just bring containers). A great way to shop.
Burgess Hill is a delightful commuter town. Away from the noise and traffic of Brighton, Burgess Hill has a rural feel, selection of good independent shops and offers excellent transport links for commuters and day-trippers alike. The town has good foodie credentials as well as a growing green ethos. It’s also surrounded by plenty of wide-open spaces, woodland and places to escape and explore.
The town benefits from both a cinema and small theatre along with a good selection of shops, plus a bi-weekly Saturday market.
If music’s your thing there are live venues, the town also has its own brass band and even an orchestra. To stay in shape, you can join the local leisure centre which includes a gym, swimming pool and fitness classes and groups.
If you prefer your exercise somewhere more open, there are two nature reserves (Batchelors Farm and Bedelands), a country park in nearby Ditchling Common and two parks, St John Park and the Memorial Park. Golfers can choose from a number of courses in the local area and there are also plenty of riding centres this close to Hickstead Showground.
24 minutes north of Brighton, just off the A23, Burgess Hill offers very good transport links. Gatwick Airport is a 25-minute drive or 17 minutes by train. The train line also runs regular services to London Victoria, the fastest trains taking 46 minutes. The A/M23 connects with the M25, or continues to Croydon and central London.