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  Burgess Hill travel guide - Wikitravel
Burgess Hill is a town midway between Brighton and Crawley in West Sussex, England.
Burgess Hill railway station has a regular service on the London to Brighton line, as does Wivlesfield railway station, which serves the North end of the town.
There are a number of pubs and bars in Burgess Hill town centre, including The Railway, which is considered one of the more popular pubs due to it's location by the train station.
www.wikitravel.org /en/Burgess_Hill   (742 words)

 Burgess Hill
Although a Roman road was built connecting London to the South coast and passing through what is now Burgess Hill, there is no evidence that they settled.
Burgess Hill originated in the parishes of Clayton, Keymer and Ditchling - all of them mentioned in the Domesday Book.
The opening of the London to Brighton railway in 1841 triggered a rapid expansion, although Burgess Hill was for many years a request stop and not a regular station.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/bu/Burgess_Hill.html   (611 words)

Burgess hill is located in the heart of Sussex, surrounded by beautiful countryside, and enjoying spectacular views of the South Downs with the South Coast beyond.
Burgess Hill has a strong and diverse econorny that is clearly benefitting frorn the excellent location of the town, quality local work force and the implementation of the Local Plan policies.
The Urban District Council was replaced by Burgess Hill Town Council and a new level of local government introduced with the establishment of Mid Sussex District Council.
www.ville-abbeville.fr /Culture/burgess.html   (2087 words)

 Burgess Hill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Burgess Hill is twinned with Schmallenberg in Germany and Abbeville in France.
Burgess Hill may be recognised from the Channel 4 television programme, Risking It All [4], in which local men Lee Saunders and Paul Ground went about setting up a Café Bar in the town centre called Mooch@76.
Wivelsfield railway station serves the north end of Burgess Hill and was opened in 1886.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Burgess_Hill   (1726 words)

 Burgess Hill   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Burgess Hill’s well-maintained Leylands Park ground was considerably improved by the addition of a large seated stand (four rows deep) along the near touchline during the 2002/03 season.
Burgess Hill Town FC was founded in 1882 and was a founder member of the Sussex County Football Association.
Burgess Hill won their first County League Division One title in 1975/76, but over the next twenty years success was relatively modest, winning the League Challenge Cup in 1980, and the RUR Charity Cup in 1992.
www.nomad-online.co.uk /html/burgess_hill.html   (640 words)

 Burgess Hill   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The strong wind had a big part to play as Burgess Hill took full advantage in the 1st half, their thunderous back row running in a number of tries.
Holbrook were pegged back for large periods with some tactical kicking from the Burgess Hill fly half, but never gave up the chase with some strong work by the pack resulting in a score for the No 8 Simon Matterface, a former RSA player from Horsham who was playing as a guest for the day.
Burgess Hill to their credit responded well and played to their strength with their large No. 8 causing havoc in the Holbrook defence, resulting in a score out wide for one of their centres.
www.holbrookrfc.co.uk /reports/vets/burgess_hill_19_03_06.htm   (456 words)

 Burgess Hill travel guide - Wikitravel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Burgess Hill is a town midway between Brighton and Crawley in West Sussex, England.
There is a Waitrose, a Somerfield, a Lidl, and an Iceland supermarket (all in the town center) and a large Tesco superstore on the southern outskirts of Burgess Hill.
There are a number of pubs and bars in burgess, The Railway and Jacobs Post in the town center being the two very popular places, especially with the younger crowd.
wikitravel.org /en/Burgess_Hill   (475 words)

 Burgess Hill v Sittingbourne, 6th November FA Trophy,  First round
Burgess Hill are proving to be something of a Bogey side for Sittingbourne having defeated them in all 3 meetings last season and they continued the trend in this match by coming away 1-0 winners.
Fewell was having a quiet time in the Brickies goal and Burgess Hill's first serious attempt didn't come until the 21st minute when Nicky Sullivan's effort was blocked by the towering James Campbell.
Burgess Hill then almost increased their lead as a snap shot by Steve Harper shot across goal and bounced of the right hand post.
www.bourne.plus.com /sittweb/burgess061104.htm   (609 words)

 Roll of Honour - Sussex - Burgess Hill
Norman and Burt, of Burgess Hill, executed the stone work, the fences and entrance gates; and the bronze figure of the Patron Saint of England was done by Mr.
Son of Walter and Mary Nye, of Burgess Hill; husband of Anna Greer Penfold (formerly Nye), of Pollard's Farm, Burgess Hill.
So Burgess Hill lads who are upholding their country's cause far away will see that the town in which their lot at home was cast does not forget them - and will not do so as long as memory lasts.
www.roll-of-honour.com /Sussex/BurgessHill.html   (4318 words)

 Junction Inn, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 0JP - pub details # beerintheevening.com
Burgess Hill (0.5 miles), Wivelsfield (0.5 miles), Hassocks (2.7 miles)
Pub suggested by rayzor on 13 Jan 2005
2nd Pub in Burgess Hill with a late license and live music Friday and Saturday.
www.beerintheevening.com /pubs/s/19/19404/Junction_Inn/Burgess_Hill   (229 words)

 Burgess Hill
11.15 The further development of Burgess Hill is severely constrained by the two Strategic Gaps which lie to the north and south of the town and Ditchling Common to the east.
The predominant building material is brick and this is a reminder of the origins of Burgess Hill as an important centre for the manufacture of bricks.
For Burgess Hill travellers, there are serious capacity problems during the morning and afternoon peaks which need to be addressed by Network Rail and the Train Operating Companies.
www.midsussex.gov.uk /local_plan_online/written/cpt11.htm   (10437 words)

 Burgess Hill School : Nursery Activities
The Burgess Hill School Nursery children were absolutely outstanding in the nativity play that they performed to their parents on Thursday 14th December.
Helen Tsang from the Lower Sixth of Burgess Hill School for Girls played the piano to accompany the children's wonderful singing.
The girls and boys from Burgess Hill School Nursery enjoyed a wonderful Christmas Party on Friday 8th December.
www.burgesshill-school.com /nursery/nursery_activities.htm   (276 words)

 in Burgess Hill : Burgess Hill Portal    (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Burgess Hill is a town in West Sussex, England nestling in the Weald just to the north of the South Downs.
The town was originally built on a Roman Road between the South Coast and London and later on the main London to Brighton railway and is just off the A23 main road and just over 20 miles south of Gatwick Airport.
Burgess Hill is also only a couple of miles away from the internationally renowned show jumping arena at Hickstead.
inburgesshill.co.uk /default.asp   (596 words)

 Burgess Hill News
Local news for Burgess Hill continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
BURGESS HILL, U.K., Sept. 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- - CAE has been awarded two contracts valued at more than 13 million to provide the British Army with Warrior Gunnery Turret Trainers and provide...
Police said they received reports James had spent time in France The search for a man on the run after being convicted of recklessly passing on HIV to his male partner has been widened after reports he was in...
www.topix.net /uk/burgess-hill   (747 words)

 Burgess Hill Official Guide
For further information about clubs and societies in Burgess Hill visit Burgess Hill Library or log into the Library Service website on www.westsussex.gov.uk and click on ‘Libraries and archives’, ‘Libraries’ and finally ‘Community Information Database’.
If you are interested in voluntary work, the Burgess Hill Volunteer Centre (part of Mid Sussex Volunteering) based at the Community Resource Centre, 38 Church Road, can help you find a role in the community.
Burgess Hill Town Council Help Point, 96 Church Walk, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 9AS, telephone 01444 238202, at least 28 days before the event is due, or earlier if possible.
www.localauthoritypublishing.co.uk /councils/burgesshill/clubs.html   (315 words)

 in Burgess Hill : Burgess Hill Portal 
Burgess Hill is a town in West Sussex, England nestling in the Weald just to the north of the South Downs.
The town was originally built on a Roman Road between the South Coast and London and later on the main London to Brighton railway and is just off the A23 main road and just over 20 miles south of Gatwick Airport.
Burgess Hill is also only a couple of miles away from the internationally renowned show jumping arena at Hickstead.
www.inburgesshill.co.uk   (524 words)

 Burgess Hill
We are trying to obtain information for those who now live in Burgess Hill.
If you can help in any way, to provide information on these men whose names are on the Burgess Hill War Memorial, please contact Guy Voice on guy.voice@bt.com.
We were able to add Peter’s name to the Burgess Hill Memorial in Summer 1999 along with another “missing” name.
www.burmastar.org.uk /burgess_hill.htm   (665 words)

 Burgess Family Photo Gallery
Clarence Hill Burgess is the son of James Burgess and Caroline Hill.
This photograph was taken at the home of Clarence and Sharon Burgess in Renton, Washington.
Taken at Cape Lookout State Park in Oregon, the Burgess children (left to right), April, Bette, Barbara and Daniel pose between the roots of an old tree stump at the park.
www.burgesslegacy.org /gallery.htm   (733 words)

 Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
This website is dedicated to the people who live in Burgess Hill and are its very lifeblood.
My mission is to cast aside all such illusion and reveal the people of Burgess Hill in all their glory.
I am confident that Burgess Hill is thriving with creative minds which, if set to the task, could turn this website into an awesome monument to our town.
www.burgesshillonline.com /index.html   (466 words)

 Burgess Hill Uncovered
Burgess Hill is currently locked in a battle with every other village, town and city in the United Kingdom.
Burgess Hill Uncovered contacted the Mid Sussex Leader newspaper last week, requesting their support in the campaign to get Burgess Hill on the Monopoly Board.
Gordon the Gorilla is quite possibly Burgess Hill's biggest celebrity, his antics in the town led to recieving a photoshoot in the Leader newspaper!
www.burgesshilluncovered.co.uk   (603 words)

 Burgess - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Burgess originally meant a freeman of a borough.
Ernest Burgess (1886-1966), urban sociologist at the University of Chicago
Burgess shale, fossil bearing shale found near Mount Burgess
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Burgess   (203 words)

 The Argus | CommuniGate | Welcome to the Burgess Hill Branch of The Royal British Legion
Burgess Hill's Battle of Britain Pilot - Philip Norris
I no longer actively update this website although the remaining content remains relevant for those interested in the RBL, the Poppy Appeal and Burgess Hill's War Memorial.
For contact with or information from Burgess Hill RBL please ring 01444-244216.
www.communigate.co.uk /sussex/burgesshillroyalbritishlegion   (123 words)

 Burgess Hill Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Hotel Sussex Brighton B&B
Burgess Hill Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Hotel Sussex Brighton B&B
THE HOMESTEAD has a country setting, in grounds of 71⁄2 acres, at the end of its own private lane, 300 yards from a country road on the north eastern outskirts of Burgess Hill, less than two miles from Haywards Heath.
BandB Bed and Breakfast, Hotel, Accommodation, Lodging in Burgess Hill, near East Sussex, West Sussex, Brighton.
www.burgess-hill.co.uk   (175 words)

 Burgess Hill Official Guide
Burgess Hill in Bloom is the Town Council’s annual gardening initiative that everyone can enter - you don’t even need a garden!
There are two competitions each year, one in Spring and one in Summer, which are judged in March and July respectively.
Burgess Hill in Bloom encourages everyone to play their part in maintaining the appearance of the town.
www.localauthoritypublishing.co.uk /councils/burgesshill/bloom.html   (218 words)

 Property to rent in Burgess Hill
Semi-detached house, finished to a very high standard in small development.
Entrance hall, fitted kitchen with built-in oven and hob, sitting room with doors to rear garden, landing with storage cupboard, two double bedrooms with wardrobes, single bedroom with wardrobe, bathroom, separate WC.
This two bedroom mid-terrance house with enclosed garden is situated close to the Triangle Leisure Centre ad offers easy access to the A23.
www.rightmove.co.uk /property-to-let-in--burgess-hill--west-sussex.rsp/svr/3020   (522 words)

 Excite UK - Regional - Europe - United Kingdom - England - West Sussex - Burgess Hill - Society and Culture
A tongue in cheek commentary on the town and its news with forum, diary and mock web-cam.
Discover how the Burgess Hill and District Rotary Club can help you and how you can help the Rotary Club.
One of the two Rotary clubs covering the area of Burgess Hill and the villages north of the Downs.
www.excite.co.uk /directory/Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/West_Sussex/Burgess_Hill/Society_and_Culture   (175 words)

 Burgess Hill Keyboard Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
We meet every month at the Cyprus Road Hall, Burgess Hill, West Sussex to hear a visiting professional play a two-hour live music show on the electronic organ.
If you have never heard an electronic organ, you will not realise what a variety of music can be created using it.
Visitors are always welcome at the Cyprus Road Hall, Burgess Hill, on the third Friday of each month, for just £2.50 each per visit, and no-one is coerced into joining - one can remain a visitor for month after month.
www.organfax.co.uk /clubs/burgess-hill.html   (377 words)

 Burgess Hill Bed & Breakfast, B&B, Accommodation, B and B
Burgess Hill Bed & Breakfast, B&B, Accommodation, B and B
A warm welcome awaits you at our comfortable family home in a pleasant residential district, within easy walking distance of Burgess Hill town centre and main line station.
Copyright © Abbey House Bed and Breakfast in Burgess Hill.
www.burgesshillbedandbreakfast.co.uk   (203 words)

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