Situated in West Sussex on the fringes of the South Downs National Park, the town of Burgess Hill is a civil parish with a strong sense of local identity.
Just south of Burgess Hill, the South Downs National Park is one of the most important chalkland areas of southern England. Encompassing a variety of landscapes, from flat grasslands to steep cliffside, the area is home to some of the region’s most dramatic scenery.
The Ditchling Museum of Art & Craft is a small museum close to Burgess Hill that details the town of Ditchling and its role as an arts hub during the 20th century. An intimate exhibition details the lives and works of some of the areas most influential artisans, such as sculptor Eric Gill and printer Hillary Pepler.
Throughout the area, from Goddards Green to Wivelsfield, Floom’s Burgess Hill flower delivery covers every area of the community.