Cycling through East Grinstead

East Grinstead Map

Worth Way to Forest Way

Forest Way to Worth Way

Avoiding the Footbridge

You can avoid the footbridge but this entails cycling along the A22 and one way system! Traffic crosses from one side of the road with little regard for cyclists! See the map above for the route.


There are a number of food & drink outlets that you pass however one of our favourites is CJ's a new Bistro type cafe at the eastern end of the High Street which serves a nice selection of hot & cold sandwiches and drinks. Bertram Bookshop, (near the war memorial), situated in an old Tudor house serves tea, coffee & cake.


See the East Grinstead Town Tourism Web site

The old High Street has a number of Tudor house of note and at the Southern end there is
Sackville college
the Imposing Sackville College. This was founded as an Almshouse by Robert Sackville, Earl of Dorest in 1609 and is still used for this purpose.

You can visit it at the following times:-
15th June to 15th September, Wednesday to Sunday 14:00 - 17:00
Admission is 3 Adults & 1 Children
A Past Warden was Revd.Dr. John Mason Neale who wrote the carol "Good King Wenceslas" in his study there.
Further details from the Sackville College website

Steve Metcalfe ©2002-2007

Home Updated ... 12/09/2007