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At the time of the 2011 You.Gov census, Crowborough had a population of 21,000.
On the A26, a few miles south of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Crowborough is 18 miles from the M23 and 20 miles from the M25. Gatwick Airport is a 30-minute drive, while trains to London take 1 hour and 9 minutes.
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In case you’re a newbie to Crowborough, here’s a rundown of the best the town has to offer;
Just north of Crowborough, this excellent farm shop produces its own Sussex Honey, along with fresh fruit and veg and other local goodies. A great place to buy from your local community.
A sustainable brewery that cares about the eco-impact it makes. So not only is this fantastic local beer, it’s also better for the environment. Available online, locally or from the brewery.
Why buy new when you can get something upcycled, sustainable and funky? Creating one off pieces from used furniture is what sets Transfunk apart. Every visit reveals something new.
Not all cakes are created equal! The glittering array of goodies from The Crow Kitchen are a cut above. They even run classes for you to hone your own baking skills.
Slightly potty? No, we’re talking pottery and the excellent Clay Studio, not only do they sell lovely, locally crafted pieces they run classes and workshops to create your own.
Situated in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and close to Ashdown Forest, Crowborough really is spoilt with stunning countryside and a gentler pace of life. A small town with a village feel and sociable local community, the town benefits from proximity to large towns like Brighton, Royal Tunbridge Wells and London but retains all the charms of a small Sussex idle.
It has superb local producers and independent artisan food and drink with many of the new wave of companies in the area going carbon neutral to do their bit against climate change.
If you enjoy fresh air, country walks, bike rides or just being in the great outdoors then Crowborough has it all. Ashdown Forest offers 6,500 acres of countryside to explore including 100 Acre Wood, home to Winnie the Pooh. There’s also Crowborough Common which happened to be protected by the CROW Act (Countryside Rights Of Way) making it another great place to enjoy the Weald.
Crowborough also has a number of clubs, groups and societies if you’re looking for a new hobby or interest, plus there are a number of events and festivals through the year.
This relatively small town in a quiet corner of Sussex offers excellent transport links. Sitting on the A26 south of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Crowborough is just 18 miles from the M23 and 20 miles from the M25. Frequent flyers can be at Gatwick Airport in 30 minutes by car and London commuters or day trippers can reach the capital in 1 hour and 9 minutes by train.