19 American Express, CAE, Honeywell, Porsche and Rockwell Collins also all have offices in the town.
12 The representatives for Burgess Hill residents whose homes lie within the Lewes district are also Conservative.
37 There is also a squash club 38 that plays at The Triangle every Saturday and Monday, and has a team that plays in the East Sussex County League.
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In 1857, in an area now known as either 'the top of the town or Hoadley's Corner, the Hoadley family of Heathfield established a large department store, of which the original building still stands, on the corner of Station Road and Junction Road.
The town is a nuclear settlement, radiating out from the centre, curbed on the western side by the ring road, and on the east side by the East/West Sussex border (although it should be noted that some development on the eastern side of the town.
In 1897 the Victoria Pleasure Gardens were opened by local household name Edwin Street, a well-known farmer and butcher.