Three Bridges was originally a small village which merged with other villages in Crawley and Ifield to become Crawley new town.
Three Bridges rail station is a mainline station on the London to Brighton line and the village grew with the development of the railway line.
Three Bridges is on the route of the Fastway bus service which links the area with Gatwick and Horley.
Find out who your Three Bridges ward councillors are.
Groups and events
Have a look in the Community Directory to find groups and clubs located in Three Bridges. Find out what events are coming up in Three Bridges.
Three Bridges Neighbourhood Forum
The forum has been running since 2009 and is run by residents. It has a steering committee of volunteers who meet to discuss local issues along with councillors, the Police and a member of the Community Development Team.
New members are always welcome.
Facts and figures
As of the Census 2011 there are:
- 3101 households in Three Bridges
- 7253 people living in Three Bridges
If you are looking for community support via the Community Development team email email@example.com or call on 01293 438441.
- Playing fields – located at Haslett Avenue, facilities include a football pitch
- Heritage Trail map - A self-guided leaflet, showing a 4 mile walking circuit around Three Bridges, superimposed with a map of the same area based on part of the Worth Tithe Map of 1842
- Three Bridges Football Club, Three Bridges Road
- Three Bridges Cricket Club, Three Bridges Road
- St Richard’s Church of England – Tel: 01293 533727
- Siva Trust Ltd, Stephenson Way
- Three Bridges Free Church, Three Bridges Road