Haywards Heath, West Sussex

This page and the others listed on the left feature hot air balloon rides over West Sussex. As views of countryside and farmland can look similar across the UK each of these pages include an aerial view of part of the specific location mentioned. Locals may recognise road layouts and landmarks.

Haywards Heath is located at the eastern edge of West Sussex, south and slightly west of Crawley and north of Burgess Hill. Haywards Heath is situated just north of the A272 (which runs approx. east-west at this point), about halfway between Bolney (at the intersection of the A23 and the A272) and Budlett’s Common where the A272 meets the A22. There are several smaller local roads running to and through Haywards Heath, including the B2028, B2111. and B2112.
There are many interesting attractions in the Haywards Heath area of West Sussex . These include Borde Hill Gardens, the Ouse Valley Way (including the spectacular Ouse Valley Viaduct), Ardingly Reservoir, the South of England Agricultural Showground, the Bluebell Railway (between Saint Hill and Fletching), several National Trust Properties (including Nymans Gardens and Wakehurst Place), Burgess Hill Country Park, the local nature reserve at North Chailey and several golf courses in the immediate area.
Villages surrounding Haywards Heath include Wivelsfield, Worlds End, Ansty, Cuckfield, Brook Street, Whitemans Green, Ardingly, Danehill, Lindfield and Scaynes’s Hill.

Passengers can choose the location of their flight after purchasing a voucher accepted for flights all over the UK. Prices depend on number of passengers - more passengers cost less per person.

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Use the controls in the top-left of the image above to zoom in or out and to "move" over this part of West Sussex and view the ground as if from a hot air balloon flight in summer. Alternatively, steer with your mouse by holding down the left mouse button and moving your mouse across the scene. The buttons in the top-right of the image above enable you to switch between the aerial view (default), a road-map view, and a combination "hybrid" of the two - that is an aerial view with the road names added over the scene.


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