Haywards Heath is in the county of West Sussex and is largely a residential and popular among people who commute to London and Brighton for work. Just a short distance from a number of big cities, Haywards Heath was just a tiny village before expanding rapidly after the turn of the century. The town boasts a number of leisure facilities for residents. Victoria Park, Beech Hurst Gardens and Borde Hill Gardens are just few of the public spaces that attract people at weekends and during holidays. The town has been home to quite a few famous people including Lawrence Osborne, Kaya Scodelario, Brett Anderson and Graham Moseley.
Haywards Heath has a number of companies working out of serviced offices in the area including accounting firms, catering companies and fashion designers. There are many cleaning companies and interior designers in town while a few taxi firms also have offices. SB:AV Audio Visual Solutions has its studio in Haywards Heath while Burgiss Waring and Artemis have head offices in town.
Entertainment And Dining Out
This is a town with a selection of entertainment with popular venues like The Hub, which is a centre for the performing arts and theatre. Opera Brava is another popular choice and hosts numerous live musical performances throughout the year. Eating out in town is a great way to spend an evening with places like Lime Bistro and Jeremy’s serving contemporary British food. The Witch Inn combines the best of French and English cooking, while Paolino is all about authentic Italian cuisine.
London Gatwick Airport is the closest air-transport link that is available to people in Haywards Heath. A number of bus and coach services take commuters to nearby destinations via the A272, which runs through the town-centre. It connects the town to the A23, which links to cities such as Brighton and London. Haywards Main Line lies on the Brighton Main Line, which connects to towns and cities to the north and south.