Ardingly, West Sussex
Nearby Ardingly Reservoir was created in 1978 by the damming of the River Ouse. It is now a poular place with anglers and watersports enthusiasts. The Reservoir is a good place for a walk too and there are nature trails and bridleways around the water.
Ardingly College is a little out of scale with the small village. The College is one of the group of Woodard schools founded in the mid 19th century by Nathaniel Woodard – others in Sussex include Lancing College and Hurstpierpoint.
The nearest major attraction is the great gardens at Wakehurst Place, home of the Millennium Seed Collection. Borde Hill Gardens are only three miles away and the Bluebell Railway passes a similar distance from Ardingly.
- Bognor Regis
- Burgess Hill
- East Grinstead
- Haywards Heath