Did you know?
1.Crawley was a hub for the Iron industry, with areas such as Forge Farm and Furnace Plain.
2.Was once home to famous writers, such as Frederick Knott and poet Francis Thompson.
3.A Saxon village before growing into a small market town by the 13th century, selling mainly food and livestock.
CopthorneCopthorne is a village that lies on the borders of West Sussex and Surrey, it is close to Gatwick Airport and sits just over 20 miles outside of London. At the heart of this quaint village, you can find the local church, St John the Evangelist Church.
East GrinsteadThe town of East Grinstead is well connected to London Victoria and London Bridge, and sits near the East Sussex, Kent and Surrey borders. With a wealth of architectural heritage, the local high street is famous for having the longest continuing runs of 14th century timber framed buildings.
Turners HillThe local village of Tuners Hill is conveniently situated south-west of East Grinstead and south-east of Crawley. The village green in the centre is surround by a few local shops as well as several local pubs. The award winning Turners Hill Park offers local sporting facilities, with its own general store.
Crawley caters to every type of shopper
from Crawley Market located along The Broadway and Haslett Avenue West, which sells freshly baked goods to cosmetics and fragrances, to the commercial and contemporary County Mall Shopping Centre. You can find well known high street brands in Crawley, or try their boutique outlets if you’re looking for something different.
A highly rated but modest Turkish BBQ restaurant, where customers can enjoy seeing their orders of fresh meat/fish being cooked on a charcoal grill.
Dedicated to bringing you the most authentic of experiences, this independent restaurant serves a menu of traditional Sicilian dishes and wines.
Award-winning Indian restaurant in a fine-dining setting, Zari showcases real Indian food by using traditional techniques to cook their thoughtfully selected dishes.
A quaint brick walled pub with cask ales, cocktails and local gins. This Historic pub also serves traditional pub food with ingredients sourced from local suppliers.
The Lamb Inn
Set in the village of Crawley, this stylish but cosy country pub serves restaurant/gastro food and bar food. With an extensive wine list and brilliant local ale.
Old Punch Bowl
A 15th century timber-framed pub which is easily accessible on the High Street. Their popular burgers are perfect with the beers on tap.
Trains to London Victoria in just 45 minutes via Crawley Station.
Access to the M25 orbital with great access to London is just under 20 miles away.
Gatwick Airport is a mere 15-minute drive from the centre of Crawley.