Aerial Force in Haywards Heath
Aerial Force Haywards Heath Branch
12 Hanbury Lane, Haywards Heath, H16 3HU, United Kingdom
36 miles south of London lies a town called Haywards Heath. This town is located in Mid Sussex, within the district of West Sussex. Despite it being relatively far away from the capital of England, a large number of commuters do still travel into London for work. Haywards Heath does not have many employment opportunities for people, unless they work in either the agriculture or service industries, hence the need for the town to be used as residence, to enable people to commute.
Aerial Force enjoy working with some of the smaller towns around London, and are happy to provide the typical high levels of service that we have become renowned for. All of our offers and commitments to customers around the UK are extended to residents of Haywards Heath, meaning that they can benefit from our same day service, and free estimation on all new installations.
Services We Offer
We install the most popular home entertainment services, such as Sky and Freeview. However, our engineers have built up a wealth of experience and knowledge, and we can also provide advice with European satellites.
We install a range of aerials, in a range of locations! No job is too big or too small for our team of experts, who relish a challenge! We offer a free estimate on all new installations, so what have you to lose by giving us a call?
We supply and install CCTV technology that links up with your devices! When you leave the home, you don’t want to be worrying about the house, so stay connected to it using the latest in CCTV technology.
When your equipment becomes damaged, you don’t want to miss out on the latest shows! We offer a same day service, where we attend the premises on the day we are contacted. This ensures that you catch up with your shows as quickly as possible!
History of Haywards Heath
Aerial Force like to immerse ourselves in the local culture, getting to know a bit about the history of the towns we serve before we attend the property. Haywards Heath is known for being a part of the English civil war, and in 1642, it became the venue for a battle between the parliamentarians and the royalists (known as the battle of Muster Green). During this battle, the parliamentarians won. Such a peaceful tranquil location is likely to have been startled at the battle’s occurrence!
During the 19th century, Haywards Heath grew in popularity, as this century gave so many people new opportunities at other areas within the UK. The London and Brighton railway opened in 1841, and this was the year that the Hayward Heath station was also opened. As a result of this, the size of Hayward Heath dramatically grew as residents realised that they could get to both London and Brighton for employment opportunities a lot more easily.
In 1894, a number of Victorian and Edwardian villas were built in Haywards Heath, and this is thought to be linked to the increased commuter prospects that the railway had opened. It is interesting to note, that the flurry of commuters arriving went to both London and Brighton – and this remains the case today. However, due to the increase in size of other cities and towns around London, a number of residents also commute to Crawley, which also now have a large amount of employment opportunities.
To get some idea of how sharply Haywards Heath’s population grew, in the early 1850’s there was approximately 200 people who lived in the town. In 2001, the population was estimated to be 22,800. This is not necessarily a freak statistic; many of the cities and towns around the UK grew exponentially within the 19th and 20th centuries. In the last 10 years, Bolnore Village has been created and this has led to an even bigger expanse of housing in Haywards Heath. Furthermore, in the 1960s and 1970s, more employment prospects were bought to the town, via the building of 2 ‘light’ industrial estates.
Entertainment in Haywards Heath
Haywards Heath is not just a place for residents to live and commute into Brighton, London and Crawley. There are also a number of attractions that visitors can attend – and those that keep the locals happy. Most of these are outdoor attractions, which means that when the weather is poor, people still need to be entertained indoors. Aerial Force can help with indoor entertainment, and we ensure that televisions and satellites are installed and repaired easily around the town, so that the user’s favourite programmes and shows can continue uninterrupted.
Some of the outdoor attractions that Haywards Heath has, include ‘Nymans Gardens and House’ which is a picturesque, interesting place to view and walk around. ‘Wakehurst Place’ is another set of gardens, that visitors can walk amongst, enjoying the nice day and pleasant atmosphere. If two sets of gardens aren’t enough, there is also ‘Borde Hill Garden’ which offers a different, unique experience.
Haywards Heath has other historical sites of interest to attract visitors, such as the ‘Ouse Valley viaduct.’ The ‘High Weald Dairy’ is another outdoor source of attraction, and the farm produces organic cow’s milk and cheese. Many exciting locally-produced products can be bought from the farm.
For other hobbies and interests, Haywards Heath has the ‘National Cat Adoption Centre and Visitors Centre’ to allow visitors to see what happens with our feline friends. If you love the outdoors, but want something a little more energetic, the ‘Lindfield Golf Club’ is nearby, which allows you to test yourself on an 18-hole, 70 par course.
Elsewhere, if you are looking to entertain the family, the ‘Beech Hurst Park miniature railway’ is a fun day out for the kids, and keeps them entertained for hours! However, if you prefer to be entertained indoors – but still away from your home – the ‘Green Tree Gallery’ showcases some impressive works of art, and ‘Clair Hall’ is a local cinema showing films regularly.