Welcome to Staplefield:
Welcome to Staplefield, a quaint village tucked away in the picturesque countryside of West Sussex. Despite its small size, Staplefield packs a punch when it comes to character and community spirit. A little over 3.5 miles north-west of Haywards Heath on the B2114, Staplefield is a pretty village with a village green and cricket pitch that host events and cricket matches throughout the warmer months and on evenings and weekends. Let's take a stroll through this charming village and uncover all it has to offer.

Transport Links:
Staplefield may be nestled in rural surroundings, but it's surprisingly well-connected. The village benefits from easy access to major roads including the A23 and A264, making it a breeze to hop in the car and explore the wider area. For those who prefer public transport, fear not! Regular bus services pass through the village, linking it to nearby towns and cities. Plus, the nearby train stations of Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill provide convenient connections to London and beyond.

Education:
When it comes to education, Staplefield punches above its weight. Families are spoilt for choice with a range of reputable primary and secondary schools nearby. From nurturing environments for little ones to top-notch academic institutions, there's something to suit every child's needs. Plus, with excellent transport links, getting the kids to school is a breeze – no more morning school run stress!

High Street:
Staplefield's high street may be compact, but it's bursting with character. From quaint independent shops to cosy cafes, there's plenty to explore. Whether you're in need of a caffeine fix, fancy a spot of retail therapy, or simply want to soak up the village atmosphere, Staplefield's high street has it all. And if you can't find what you're looking for locally, fear not – the bustling town of Haywards Heath is just a stone's throw away.

Local Community:
One of Staplefield's biggest charms is its tight-knit community. Neighbours are more than just neighbours here – they're friends. From lively village events to regular community gatherings, there's always something going on to bring residents together. Whether you're new to the area or a long-time local, you'll feel right at home in Staplefield.

There are two popular pubs in the village, both adjacent to the village green and cricket pitch – The Jolly Tanners and The Victory Inn. The first represents the village’s history as a key local tanning industry and the latter was named after the legal victory in gaining permission to be a pub.

The small but friendly community come together throughout the year at events including an Annual Vintage Car Show and the yearly fete, or ‘Staplefield Fun Day,’ which takes place on the second May Bank Holiday Monday and features maypole dancing, a dog show, stalls, funfair rides and a hog roast.    

Points of Interest:
Despite its small size, Staplefield is full of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Take a leisurely stroll through the picturesque countryside, explore the historic parish church, or enjoy a pint in one of the village's cosy pubs. For nature lovers, the nearby South Downs National Park offers stunning scenery and endless opportunities for outdoor adventures. And if you're feeling adventurous, why not take a trip to the nearby Bluebell Railway or Wakehurst botanic gardens?

St Mark’s Church was built in 1847 and there is also a Village Hall and primary school.

Property:
Dreaming of a picture-perfect cottage in the countryside? Look no further than Staplefield. This charming village boasts a range of properties to suit every taste and budget, from quaint period cottages to modern family homes. With its idyllic setting and strong sense of community, Staplefield is the perfect place to put down roots and call home.

So there you have it – a whirlwind tour of Staplefield, the hidden gem of West Sussex. With its excellent transport links, top-notch schools, and strong sense of community, it's no wonder that Staplefield is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after villages in the area. So why wait? Come and discover the quirky charm of Staplefield for yourself – you won't be disappointed!

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