Burgess Hill Town – links
You can click here to visit the Town Council website, in order to find all the information you need on the town, the community and the future. If you are unable to find what you are looking for, please contact or visit them at 96 Church Walk, Burgess Hill, telephone: 01444 247726, fax: 01444 233707, email: email@example.com
Mid Sussex includes the towns of East Grinstead, Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill, covering an area of 128.97 sq miles. The district borders the Tandridge district of Surrey to the north, Lewes district and Wealden district to the east, and Brighton and Hove to the south, all in East Sussex, and Horsham district and Crawley to the west and northwest respectively, both of which are in West Sussex. Click on the image to go to their website or go directly to their contact page by clicking here.
At 33 hectares, Bedelands Nature Reserve is the largest green site in Burgess Hill. Owned by Mid Sussex District Council, it lies at the north east of the town.
It is signposted from Maple Drive and Valebridge Road. There are 7 meadows set in ancient woodlands, with a great profusion of wildlife, including the protected Hazel Dormouse. Click here for more information: http://bh-green-circle.org.uk/sites/bedelands-local-nature-reserve/
The Green Circle Network is a series of footpaths, cycle tracks and bridleways linking the green sites to one another and to the town centre. Click here or on the image to find out more.
The Green Circle is a ring of green sites around the edge of Burgess Hill. Some belong to Burgess Hill Town Council, others to Mid Sussex District Council.
For trains from Wivelsfield station, please click here
For Northbound buses in our area, please click here
For Southbound buses in our area, please click here
For train tickets click here
Noisy, inconsiderate neighbours? Please click here to find out what your options are.
If you wish to report a crime, please click here.