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Worth Way

This former railway line runs for seven miles between Three Bridges and East Grinstead, passing through Crawley Down. It provides an important refuge and dispersal route for wildlife as well as being a valuable recreational asset offering the opportunity for walking, cycling and horse riding.

The section between Three Bridges and the M23 is managed by Crawley Borough Council, and comprises of cuttings and embankments now largely covered by woodland of hazel, birch, oak, sycamore and willow. In places, there is a good ground flora of bluebells, wood anemone and primrose.

See the full site report and species list .

For more information on the Worth Way

Things to do

Become a volunteer with Gatwick GreenSpace Partnership .

Combine your visit with the Grattons Park and Worth Way walk .

How to get here

The Worth Way starts from Station Hill, Pound Hill.

Map of Crawley Nature Conservation Areas

Ordnance Survey grid ref. TQ 288367

Nearest bus stop: Station Hill, Route 100.

Neighbourhood: Pound Hill and Maidenbower.

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Partnership Services
Town Hall
The Boulevard
Crawley
West Sussex RH10 1UZ

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Crawley
West Sussex RH10 1UZ

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