Three Bridges was originally a small village which merged with other villages in Crawley and Ifield to become Crawley new town.
Three Bridges rail station is a mainline station on the London to Brighton line and the village grew with the development of the railway line.
Three Bridges is on the route of the Fastway bus service which links the area with Gatwick and Horley.
The neighbourhood has a shopping parade along with an infant and junior school and a community centre.
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There are several Neighbourhood Watch areas in Three Bridges. Click on the link above to see if your road is covered. If you want to start up a scheme, contact your local Police Community Support Officer.
The forum has been running since 2009 and is run by residents. It has a steering committee of approximately 20 volunteers who hold bimonthly meetings to discuss issues in Three Bridges along with the local councillors, the PCSO for the area and a member of the Community Development Team.
The committee holds three or more meetings per year to look at issues that have been identified by the residents and the steering group.
The steering group is elected by the residents and there is a terms of reference document for the group. New members are always welcome.
There are 3 spaces available on the Steering Committee, please contact Andrew Eley or Vikki Fold for a nomination form using the details below.
Facts & Figures
As of the Census 2011 there are:
For more detailed information on Crawley's economy, health, ethnicity and population please visit our Census 2011 page.
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