The average sized town between London and Brighton on the A272

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This is the archive.

In a town as dynamic as Haywards Heath nothing stays new for long and the environment is constantly changing for the better. Fashions, fads and conventions may come and go but it's always nice to look back on yesteryear and remember how we used to live. That's why we have opened up our extensive archive that dates back to February 1999, the dawn of the internet as we know it today. We hope you enjoy your trip down memory lane.

The archive is maintained by the Heritage Trust


The old blog we kept for a while

Member's Club enclosures open to the public

Brewsters fine dining at Beech Hurst Gardens

Dos Mil Restaurante - Haywards Heath's first Spanish eatery

It used to be 7-11, then b2. It's now a Londis. God save us all.

Our Christmas themed A-Z guide

News - Local MP Nicholas Soames boosting the morale of the Neighbourhood Watch

The sad closure of Lees Do It Yourself Centre

The happy demolition of the Sussex Pub

The Fab Beech Hurst Ice Cream Hatch Zooms into the history books (King Cone)

Woo Woos Internet Cafe

The introduction of the Euro to the continent

A news story about beggars


Our Royal Jubilee Tribute to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II

The one with the Christmas Advent Calendar

The Old Intro Animation

Do you have some memories of yesteryear that you'd like to share with us? Send them to us using our contact form unless your name is Kate Thornton.

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