Burgess Hill

Head to the border between East and West Sussex, and you’ll find the town of Burgess Hill. Although not as well-known as its neighbour, it still has its fair share of attractions, and is on the edge of the stunning South Downs National Park.

On the doorstep there are two nature reserves for walkers and wildlife lovers to explore, a Windmill in Clayton, and Washbrooks Farm along with St John’s Park for all the family to enjoy. Also close by is the Bluebell Steam Railway, and the Anne of Cleves House and Garden.

Thanks to the expansion of the town, facilities/attractions have been added and improved. Visitors can enjoy St John’s Park, Olympos Leisure Centre and shops at Market Place shopping Centre, and Martlets Shopping Centre. For something different they can also sample wines at Ridgeview Wine Estate and Bookers Vineyard. It may be one of the smaller Sussex towns, but there’s still plenty to explore.

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