Crowborough is a town in the district of Wealden, on the northern part of East Sussex, England. Located 56 km (35 mi) to the south of London, it has a population of 20,000 people (2012 estimate), making it the most populous inland town in East Sussex.
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All Saints Church, Crowborough
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More on CrowboroughCrowborough is at the edge of Ashdown Forest. It is within the High Weald Area of Outstanding National Beauty. The town dates back to the medieval period, and has appeared spelled in many different ways.
One of the main landmarks in Crowborough is the All Saints Church. Its construction in 1734 was made possible by a sizable funding from Sir Henry Fermor.
Cooper's Arm, a pub in Crowborough
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Visiting CrowboroughTake the M25 motorway to Junction 5, then continue on the A21 road until the interchange with the A26 road. Take the A26 towards Southborough and Royal Tunbridge Wells, and continue on the A26 until you reach Crowborough.
Places of Interest in Crowborough