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Town and Community

Burgess Hill is a friendly town with a strong community spirit and good facilities for residents and visitors alike.  From a population of 14,000 in 1961, Burgess Hill has expanded rapidly in recent years and is now a thriving community of some 29,000 residents.

Click on the links below to find out more: 

Local Clubs,
Community Groups,
Centres & Support
Link to information on local community groups and support

 

BMX

Click here to find out more about local history and the Burgess Hill Museum 

 

Burgess Hill
Burial Ground
Link to information regarding Burgess Hill Burial Ground

 

Burgess Hill for
Babies, Toddlers
and Under 5s
Link to information on Burgess Hill groups for babies, toddlers and pre-school children

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Burgess Hill
Library

Link to information regarding Burgess Hill Library

 

Burgess Hill for
Young People

Link to information on local support for young people and a link to the Burgess Hill Youth website

 

Community Safety &
Emergency Services

Link to information regarding local emergency services and community safety groups/support

 

Fairtrade
Town

Burgess Hill is a Fairtrade town! Click here to find out more

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Local Churches
& Faith Groups

Link to details of local churches and faith groups

 

History of
Burgess Hill

Click here to find out more about local history and the Burgess Hill Museum

 

Judicial Services
Link to information regarding local judicial services 

 

Skate park

Click here to find out more about local history and the Burgess Hill Museum

             
  Shops & Businesses
Link to information regarding local shops and businesses
    Town Twinning
Link to information about the Burgess Hill Town Twinning Association
       
             
The Town GuideDiscover Burgess Hill is now available on-line.
To see the Guide click on the picture link opposite >>
Click here to view the Guide online