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At the time of the 2011 You.Gov census, Haywards Heath had a population of 33,000.
A short hop from the A23, 30 minutes from Brighton and 27 minutes from The M25, Haywards Heath offers great commuter links both to the north and south. By train, the fastest route to London Victoria is 41 minutes and there are regular services during the week and weekends. Frequent flyers can be at Gatwick Airport in 26 minutes and Heathrow in 1 hour.
The best source for local events and news is the Mid Sussex Times newspaper.
As well as our international, UK and local Haywards Heath removals, Armishaws operate in the surrounding area including;
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As the last box is unpacked and the last picture hung, you can finally get out and explore what your new home has to offer. To help you find your feet, here’s our rundown of the very best of Haywards Heath;
Artisan coffee, huge freshly baked cakes, locally sourced produce, this unashamedly quirky tea shop is a fine example of what this charming town is about.
A great little shop with big ideals and fantastic local produce, Clough’s have a zero-waste section to help the environment, simply bring your own containers.
If you’re looking for a statement piece or something special for your new home, then this is the place. HSH is the home of upcycling and timeless design.
An award-winning, independent wine shop, they specialise in wines from smaller vineyards, so you get something unusual and new. Always worth a visit.
A popular commuter town right in the heart of the Sussex countryside, Haywards Heath has a village-feel and all the modern amenities you’d expect from a town of this size.
The town also has a colourful past with battles, legends and famous faces have all cropped up over the years. Today the town is joining many Sussex locations in making a difference for climate change, something that is reflected in many shops, cafes and business in the area. Sussex was the first county to elect Green Party MP.
Golfers will find two local spots to work on their handicap, Haywards Heath Golf Course and Cuckfield Golf Centre. If you prefer to enjoy the great outdoors without chasing a little ball, the Scrase Valley Nature Reserve is perfect for walking, cycling, dog walking or just somewhere to enjoy a picnic. Another good spot is Victoria Park, ideal for families, just off the town centre.
The town has a busy events calendar, large Bonfire Night celebrations (another thing peculiar to Sussex) plus a large number of groups and societies covering an array of interests and classes.
Close to the A/M23 and just 30 minutes from the trendy seaside city of Brighton, Haywards Heath has excellent commuter links. 27 minutes from The M25, 26 minutes to Gatwick Airport (Heathrow is under an hour away), the town is also on the London to Brighton rail line and trains to London Victoria take as little as 41 minutes.