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Your Local Burgess Hill, Hassocks and Hurstpierpoint shops

Mid Sussex’s uniqueness is characterised by its network of small towns and villages separated by countryside and stretches of woodland. With areas of outstanding natural beauty and easy access to London, Gatwick, Brighton and the coast – it’s a location hard to beat.

Burgess Hill and the nearby villages of Hassocks and Hurstpierpoint are nestled on the edge of the South Downs National Park with much to explore, from interesting and quirky independents to beautiful countryside and historic windmills.

Burgess Hill is one of the larger town centres in the district and home to The Martlets and Market Place Shopping Centres. As well as providing all the essentials for the local community it has a high number of independent businesses, an innovative programme of events and a growing weekly market.

Visit Hassocks to discover a wide range of independent retailers, cafes and eateries and combine a visit with a trip to the iconic Clayton Windmills.

Explore the historic village of Hurstpierpoint with many buildings dating from the 18th century, the village hosts a diverse assortment of independent businesses, and a new weekly market showcases small local producers.

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