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Burgess Hill Town Council Land Hire

Batchelors Farm

Batchelors Farm lies to the south-east of Burgess Hill and encompasses 33 acres of pasture land. Comprising meadows, hedgerows and a stream, and providing sweeping views across open countryside to the South Downs. Batchelors Farm additionally has an orchard to the south-west corner, containing fruit trees and a wildflower meadow. The water tower is a prominent landmark on the site.

How to get to Batchelors Farm:

From the North: Via the bridleway between the railway and Oak Hall Park continue southwards alongside the railway to the footbridge crossing it. Next to the bridge there is a gate and a stile into Batchelors Farm.

From the West: The footbridge which crosses the railway line at Batchelors Farm can also be reached from the fields behind Nightingale Lane or the bridleway from London Road, south of the Chanctonbury Road roundabout.

Images of Batchelors Farm

West Park Nature Reserve

West Park Reserve comprises of 4.5 acres of woodland situated on the west side of Burgess Hill. It consists of pockets of native trees with areas of open grass and there is a variety of wild flowers and hedgerows of mixed native species which provide good habitat for birds and small mammals. It is a popular route for dog walkers and has an abundance of wildlife on site.

You can access West Park Nature Reserve from Malthouse Lane or Poveys Close car park.

Images of West Park Farm

Please click this link to view the up-to-date Land Hire Charges 24-25

Please click this link to view the Land Hire Terms & Conditions – edited 20.02.24

For further information on hiring one of these areas of land, please email: or telephone: 01444 247726.