Burgess Hill is a civil parishes in England and a town primarily located in the Mid Sussex district of West Sussex, England, close to the border with East Sussex, on the edge of the South Downs National Park.  
Burgess Hill is predominantly situated just on the West Sussex side of the border dividing the two counties, although parts of the World's End district in the northeast are across the county boundary in the Lewes (district) of East Sussex.
Burgess Hill is twinned with Schmallenberg in Germany and Abbeville in France. It has recently achieved the status of being a Fairtrade Town. Burgess Hill Town Council was awarded the status of Town Council of the Year 2006.

Why visit?

  • Burgess Hill is surrounded by beautiful countryside, making it the perfect destination for outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, and horse riding. There are also plenty of parks and gardens to explore, including the South Downs National Park and the South Downs Way.
  • Burgess Hill is home to a number of historic sites, including the 12th century St. John's Church and the 16th century Manor House. There are also a number of museums and galleries to explore, such as the Burgess Hill Museum and the Haywards Heath Museum.
  • Burgess Hill is the perfect destination for a relaxing break. There are a number of spas and health clubs to choose from, as well as a number of leisure centres and swimming pools.