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The population of East Grinstead was 29,000 at the time of the 2011 You.Gov census.
Close to the large shopping malls and outlets of Crawley, East Grinstead is a short drive from Gatwick Airport and 47 minutes from Brighton seafront. It’s just 10 minutes by car to the M23 and 10 miles to the M25. Despite its proximity to London, trains take close to an hour to London Victoria, however there is a more scenic steam railway that runs from the town.
East Grinstead has its own newspaper, the East Grinstead Courier.
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Armishaws East Grinstead removals are just the start of life in your new home. To help get you settled, here’s our pick of the very best this charming town has to offer;
There are many reasons to love East Grinsted but the Kingscote Estate and Vineyard is high up that list! Spirits, wines and even a fishing lake, it’s a great day out. With added wine!
Looking for a stand out piece for a new room? Lovingly Made specialise in jaw-dropping antique and vintage furniture to bring a little extra “Wow!” to your new home.
Foodies will love this fantastic food shop and deli. Stocking locally produced goodies, there are even tasting evenings in this real community shop, with a flare for something different!
The greatest thing since… Well, just the greatest thing, Flint Owl Bakery showcases artisan, lovingly crafted bakes at their finest. An absolute must for those lucky to live nearby.
You could try and walk past Wicks without popping in but we doubt you’ll make it. A wonderful, traditional sweet shop with all the sugary treats and chocs from your childhood. Yum!
Sitting at the point where East Sussex, Surrey and Kent meet. This historic town has a number of listed buildings, a museum and a large selection of independent shops. It lies on the Greenwich Meridian, a quirk enjoyed by visitors (and secretly by the locals) and has some unusual ties with plastic surgery (pioneered in the town), Led Zeppelin (who owned a nearby country home) and the Canadian Airforce.
Some of the best aspects of East Grinstead are the wide-open spaces in and around the town. Ashdown Forest sits right on the doorstep, Ashplats Wood has a series of trails and paths that lead to Earls Court and even the grounds of the town council are open for dog walks, jogging, picnics or kicking a ball about with the family.
East Grinstead has a theatre, cinema, golf course and leisure centre with gym, classes and swimming pool.
The town’s busy events calendar includes festivals, live music events and summer and winter fairs. There’s also a number of clubs and societies covering a wide range of interests, hobbies and classes.
47 minutes to Brighton and 17 minutes from Gatwick Airport, East Grinstead is situated close to the M23 and 10 miles from the M25. Trains to London Victoria take 56 minutes.