Where to Park The easiest places to park are Trinity Road Car Park, or Browns car park just behind the High street on opposite side to the park, or nearby residential streets.
Access to car parks is off Cuckfield Road, if coming from South from Cuckfield then Trinity Road will be on your left, just before you reach the mini roundabout at top of Hurst High St.
Entrances onto the recreation ground are from ‘South Avenue’, which leads off the High street, if you are driving into Hurst from the Hassocks end, or, you can walk up ‘Pit Lane’, which is also straight off the High street and sits between a Lloyds Pharmacy and Gibson’s Green Grocers on each corner.
After the fun of the St Lawrence Fayre (on Saturday 1st), why not make a plan on Sunday 2nd July relax with a cream tea at an open garden event in support of the Hurst Players Theatre and the village of Hurstpierpoint?
[As the Players Theatre has been kind enough to host the reprise of Bridge To Farce and we have conducted some technical training in the venue CDS wishes them all the best with their fund raising]
As part of the fund-raising for the refurbishment of the Players Theatre, Michael and Annette are opening their lovely garden to offer visitors a wonderful cream tea in a relaxing environment.