Welcome to Warninglid:
Welcome to Warninglid, a quaint village nestled in the picturesque countryside of West Sussex. Despite its small size, Warninglid offers a charming blend of tranquility and community spirit. Laying a little over 5 miles west of Haywards Heath, the small, picturesque village of Warninglid has Saxon origins with medieval iron-industry connections, dating back as far as the 1300s.Let's take a closer look at what this delightful village has to offer:

Transport Links:
Getting around Warninglid is fairly straightforward, although it's worth noting that the village is primarily accessed by car. The A272 runs through the village, providing convenient links to nearby towns such as Haywards Heath and Horsham. For those relying on public transport, there are regular bus services connecting Warninglid to surrounding areas, including Burgess Hill and Crawley. If you're looking to travel further afield, Haywards Heath railway station is just a short drive away, offering direct services to London and the South Coast.

Education:
Families with young ones need not fret about education in Warninglid. The village is served by a well-regarded primary school, providing a nurturing environment for children to learn and grow. For secondary education, nearby towns offer a range of options, ensuring that youngsters have access to quality schooling without venturing too far from home.

High Street:
Warninglid's high street may be small, but it's certainly mighty in character. Here you'll find a handful of charming shops and local businesses, perfect for picking up everyday essentials or indulging in a spot of retail therapy. From the friendly village store to the cosy tearooms serving up delicious homemade treats, there's something to cater to every need.

Local Community:
One of the defining features of Warninglid is its strong sense of community spirit. Residents here are known for their warmth and neighbourly camaraderie, with various community events and activities regularly taking place throughout the year. Whether it's a summer fete, a Christmas market, or simply a friendly gathering at the local pub, you'll always find a warm welcome waiting for you in Warninglid.

Socialising is based largely around the friendly village pub, The Half Moon, which warmly welcomes patrons with its classic country pub character and boasts a fantastic seasonal British menu.

Points of Interest:
Despite its small size, Warninglid boasts its fair share of points of interest. Nature lovers will delight in exploring the scenic countryside that surrounds the village, with plenty of picturesque walking routes to discover. History buffs, meanwhile, can explore the fascinating heritage of Warninglid, from its ancient churches to its quaint cottages steeped in history.

At the centre of the village is the first of six conservation areas established in Sussex, and Warninglid has won the Best Kept Village competition three times, and been runner up a further six times, during the past 25 years.

Some of southern England’s finest examples of modern stained glass can be seen at The Church of St Andrew, built in 1932 and a number of the properties on the outskirts have been developed from charming old buildings first erected during the 15th and 16th centuries.

Property:
Thinking of putting down roots in Warninglid? You're in luck! The village offers a range of properties to suit all tastes and budgets, from charming period cottages to modern family homes. With its idyllic rural setting and convenient transport links, Warninglid is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life while still enjoying easy access to amenities and attractions.

In summary, Warninglid may be small, but it packs a punch when it comes to charm, community spirit, and quality of life. Whether you're drawn to its scenic countryside, its friendly locals, or its quaint village atmosphere, there's no denying that Warninglid is a hidden gem just waiting to be discovered. So why not pay us a visit and see for yourself what makes this village so special? We promise you won't be disappointed.
 

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