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The Scout Centre
Full and free car parking is now available at the Scout Centre.
The entrance to the Scout Centre is just opposite The Potter’s pub. Meetings are held in the upstairs room at 8.00pm sharp (please note new time, which is 15 minutes earlier than in previous years). Admission: £7.00
Burgess Hill can be most easily reached by taking the A2300 from the A23 heading south from London, or by taking the A273 turn-off from the A23 shortly after leaving Brighton when heading north. The entrance to Station Road can be approached from three ways:
1) First left at the traffic lights after the turning to Queen Elizabeth Avenue when heading south on the A273 London Road. Or 2) Second right at the traffic lights (with an Indian restaurant on the corner) after the big roundabout crossed shortly after entering Burgess Hill heading north on the A273. Or 3) Opposite Waitrose car park (in Civic Way), near MacDonald’s.
The Scout Centre driveway entrance is just opposite The Potter’s pub. Visitors are welcome to use the large free car park at the Centre. Walk up the drive, into the building, and go up the staircase on the right: you will find us at the top!
There are regular services to Burgess Hill from London Victoria or London Bridge, or from Brighton or Worthing. The Scout Centre is only five minutes walk from Burgess Hill railway station. Turn left as you leave the station and keep walking until you see the entrance to Station Road opposite Waitrose (in Civic Way). Once in Station Road, The Potter’s pub will be on your left after two minutes, with the Scout Centre driveway opposite. Walk up the drive, into the building, and go up the staircase on the right: you will find us at the top!
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