page and the others listed on the left feature
hot air balloon rides over West Sussex.
As views of countryside and farmland can
look similar across the UK each of these
pages include an aerial view of part of
the specific location mentioned. Locals
may recognise road layouts and landmarks.
Heath is located at the eastern edge of
West Sussex, south and slightly west of
Crawley and north
of Burgess Hill.
Haywards Heath is situated just north of
the A272 (which runs approx. east-west at
this point), about halfway between Bolney
(at the intersection of the A23 and the
A272) and Budlett’s Common where the
A272 meets the A22. There are several smaller
local roads running to and through Haywards
Heath, including the B2028, B2111. and B2112.
There are many interesting attractions in
the Haywards Heath area of West Sussex .
These include Borde Hill Gardens, the Ouse
Valley Way (including the spectacular Ouse
Valley Viaduct), Ardingly Reservoir, the
South of England Agricultural Showground,
the Bluebell Railway (between Saint Hill
and Fletching), several National Trust Properties
(including Nymans Gardens and Wakehurst
Place), Burgess Hill Country Park, the local
nature reserve at North Chailey and several
golf courses in the immediate area.
Villages surrounding Haywards Heath include
Wivelsfield, Worlds End, Ansty, Cuckfield,
Brook Street, Whitemans Green, Ardingly,
Danehill, Lindfield and Scaynes’s
Passengers can choose
the location of their flight after purchasing
a voucher accepted for flights all over
the UK. Prices depend on number of passengers
- more passengers cost less per person.
for details from a reputable national provider.