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ELM's home clinic in Burgess Hill RH15 0HN is 1.1 miles south east from Burgess Hill station and 1.6 miles from Wivelsfield station. This can be walked or by taxi.


Burgess Hill is on the main train line to London and on services ran by Southern Rail and Thameslink. (please click on the links here for access to routes & departures from different areas to Burgess Hill).




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Being on the south eastern end of Burgess Hill town the best routes for driving to our home clinic from the south in my opinion are:


  • East BrightonIf coming from Eastern Brighton region you can come over Ditchling Beacon, straight through Ditchling then eventually left into Burgess Hill Folders Lane, right at the roundabout onto Kingsway, then three right turns onto Barnside Avenue, Farm Way & Rosebarn Close.


  • Central Brighton to Southwick - if coming from central Brighton area you drive up London Road to the BP Garage roundabout and go straight north up the A23.
  • If coming from East Sussex along the A27 turn off at the Patcham Interchange, first left at this top roundabout (in right hand lane) then final exit at the 2nd roundabout with BP garage.


  • Hove - If coming from Hove you can get onto the A27 from the Devils Dyke Interchange. Over the bridge straight across the first roundabout then final exit on the second roundabout. This will merge you onto the A27. Keep in the left lane and the next turning will naturally take you left onto the A23.
  • You can also go down Mill Road (adjacant to A27) which brings you out at the BP garage roundabout (mentioned previously). Take first exit at this roundabout onto A23.


All these turnings apply when coming from

West, East or Southern directions to and along the A27. 



Next Step of Car Journey from South / A27


  • Once on the A23 keep to the left lane and take the first exit at Pycombe onto the A273.
  • It takes you under a bridge then straight up and over Clayton Hill.


  • As you descend down the hill there is a fork in the road. The quickest, more direct and reduced traffic route is taking the right turning of the fork at the mid road junction (there are technically two right turnings very close to each other - you are taking New Road B2112 (right of the brick wall on the corner - NOT Underhill Lane).



(Quickest, shortest and most direct route)


  • Drive along New Road for approximately a mile taking the first left turning onto Lodge Lane.
  • Keep following this road until you reach a junction with shops and a car garage. Turn left here onto B2116 Keymer Road then a quick right turn onto Ockley Lane.
  • Follow Ockley Lane for almost 2 miles. You will then begin to enter Burgess Hill and eventually reach a roundabout. 
  • Turn right (second exit) onto Folders Lane.
  • About halfway down you will reach another roundabout. Turn left here onto Kingsway then first right into Barnside Avenue then two right turns into Farm Way and Rosebarn Close.



(Simpler route but Ditchling can get congested at busy times)


  • Drive along New Road and continue straight until the road takes a natural left turn to a 4 way mini roundabout in Ditchling Village
  • Drive straight over the roundabout (2nd exit) and continue straight for almost 2 miles
  • You will drive past Ridgeveiw Wine Estate on your left, over a small bridge then approach a roundabout 
  • Take the first exit left onto Folders Lane 
  • About halfway up you will reach another roundabout. Turn right here onto Kingsway then first right into Barnside Avenue then two right turns into Farm Way and Rosebarn Close.



(Alternative Hassocks route but more traffic)


  • Once over Clayton Hill you can avoid the fork in the road and keep driving staight ahead along the Brighton Road until you reach the Stonepound Crossroads traffic lights in Hassocks.
  • Turn right here onto the B2116 Keymer Road for half a mile and drive down into Hassocks town centre, straight over the mini roundabout past the shops.
  • You can then either turn left onto Grand Avenue (comes out at a junction slightly further up Ockley Lane then turn left here)
  • OR instead of Grand Avenue continue straight ahead up Keymer Road to then turn left onto Ockley Lane further up by the small parade of shops.
  • Route then continues from the end of route one (google map links are highlighted in green to help you).






Being on the south eastern end of Burgess Hill town the best routes for driving to our home clinic from the North in my opinion are:



(Quickest, shortest and most direct route)


  • M23 southbound- A23 turning off at Hickstead
  • Turn left onto the ringroad A2300 for 1.7 miles and over the first two roundabouts


(There are several different routes you can take through Burgess Hill town but Google Maps comes up with this 'most direct' route:


  • At the next roundabout take theright turn / 2nd final exit onto Sussex Way
  • At the next roundabout (the Woolpack Pub should be on your left) go straight across second exit onto Royal George Road
  • Keep following this road until you reach a traffic lights crossroad
  • Turn right at the traffic lights onto London Road B2036
  • Follow this road for a short time, past Halfords and Pure Gym, straight ahead on first mini roundabout junction then turn left at the second roundabout onto Queen Elizabeth Avenue B2113.
  • Drive straight over (second exit) the next "McDonalds" roundabout and continue straight up the hill along Station Road, through the traffic lights and past Burgess Hill Station
  • At the roundabout at the top of the hill take the right turn / final third exit onto Keymer Road, past Burgess Hill School for Girls and continue on
  • At the next roundabout turn left at the first exit onto Folders Lane
  • About halfway down you will reach another roundabout. Turn left here onto Kingsway then first right into Barnside Avenue then two right turns into Farm Way and Rosebarn Close.



(The country route  - slightly longer)


  • Turn off the M23 southbound at junction 10A onto the B2036 London Road
  • Keep following this road for sometime which will then merge into Brook Street
  • Keep following to Whitemans Green junction by the Coop and head straight ahead into Cuckfield
  • Go straight over the first mini roundabout then turn left past the Rose and Crown Pub onto the B2184 London Lane
  • Vear right at the bottom of the road then turn left at the junction onto Broad Street
  • At the roundabout take the first exit onto Tylers Green A272 
  • At the next roundabout take the second final exit heading south onto Isaacs Lane A272 then straight over the following roundabout (past Bolnore Village north entrance) taking the second exit also onto Traunstein Way A272
  • Straight over the next mini roundabout then take the final third exit at another roundabout onto Rocky Lane.
  • Follow Rocky Lane south which then merges into Valebridge Road as you enter the town of Burgess Hil
  • Straight ahead first exit at the roundabout up Junction Road
  • Take the third left turning onto Cants Lane and follow the road up to the top vearing round to the right onto Kingsway
  • Follow Kingway almost all the way along, over the mini bridge and take the final left exit onto Barnside Avenue then two right turns onto Farm Way and Rosebarn Close.




The M25 - M23 - A23 is generally the quickest route for all but some more scenic (likely longer) country routes are accessible as an alternative if you prefer:


  • WEST - come off the M25 junction 9 Leatherhead and head south on the A24
  • EAST - come off the M25 junction 6 Godstone onto the A22 south






Being on the south eastern end of Burgess Hill town the best routes for driving to our home clinic from the East and West Mid Sussex in my opinion are:



The main Eastern road routes in Mid Sussex would be:


A264 to the A23

if coming south along the A24 beforehand from Surrey or if coming from Warnham / Horsham direction along to A264 to Pease Pottage to then merge onto A23



You can also continue futher south down the A24 if you are coming from the Barns Green / Southwater area and turn left at the "Mcdonalds" Junction onto Cowfold Road A272

If not taking the A27; the A272 is an Eastern alternative road that starts from Petersfield and covers the whole of East Sussex bordering into Hampshire



Both of these routes can then be continued South on A23 coming off at Hickstead (mentioned previously in North routes)


Or the alternative of coming off the A23 at the Bolney turning and from Cowfold East - continuing straight over the roundabout on the A272 onto Bolney Road.



Bolney Road

  • Follow the A272 Bolney Road until you reach the Ansty Cross roundabout
  • Turn right onto B2036 and keep following south on the same country road merging through Harvest Hill, Pains Flat and Cuckfield Road
  • You will eventually meet two small roundabouts as you enter Burgess Hill. Take the third exit ahead on the first then the second exit straight ahead on the second merging into London Road


1. One option would be to continue along London Road to turn right at Queen Elizabeth Avenue (route here)


2. Second option is an alternative route through Burgess Hill taking the second left turning up London Road (past first traffic lights then first exit on the first roundabout) onto Leylands Road.


From here follow Leylands road for almost a mile right to the end (over two small roundabouts and under the bridge) and you will reach World's End roundabout. 


At this point you can take two options. One I mentioned previously which was:

1) Junction Road - Cants Lane - Kingsway and another alternative would be:


2) Janes Lane - Manor Road - Northway - St Andrews Road - Cants Lane - Kingsway




If coming East from Partridge Green or Henfield area the A281 can be taken along the Wheatsheaf Road (turn left if coming down from Partridge Green or right if coming up from Henfield).

  • Keep winding and following Wheatsheaf Road which merges into Henfield Road B2116
  • Keep following for 2.3 miles then turn right onto the B2118
  • Quickly after follow round to the left onto Albourne Road B2116
  • At the main junction go straight over (slightl left then right) to continue along Albourne Road which merges into High Street Hurstpierpoint
  • At the roundabout here go straight over second exit and continue through high street which merges into Hassocks Road.
  • Continue along forking to a natural left turn merging into Hurst Road
  • This then brings you to Stonepound Crossing traffic lights
  • Go straight ahead here into Hassocks then you can follow B2116 Keymer road


From here you can then follow the option three southern routes suggested above which are:


1) Hassocks - Grand Avenue - Ockley Lane

2) Keymer Road - Ockley Lane



Edburton Road

If coming East from areas including Steyning, Bramber & Upper Beeding and wanting a country route (further West of this Washington/Worthing/ Storrington etc can also take this route but applies to all that A24-A272 and A27 are quicker):


  • From the A283 Steyning Bypass take the first exit left and north onto the Shoreham Road A2037
  • Take the first right at the roundabout with The Rising Sun pub which continues to take you along the A2037 - Henfield Road
  • The road will fork round to the left then there will be a right turning in the road to turn onto Edburton Road
  • This long narrow country road at the foot of the South Downs will wind you through Edburton to the village of Fulking for 2.5 miles
  • It will then require a right turn onto Poynings Road which will be followed for 2.2 miles until you reach a roundabout
  • Head straight across onto West Road which will soon merge with London Road as you approach the A23
  • Take the first turning off to left at Pyecombe
  • Follow the road then you will end up eventually at the bottom of Clayton Hill and can continue journey with Southern Routes from above.
  • Here is a link for the google maps from Edburton to ELM




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