Other notable Crowborough people include: Tom Baker, (born 1934 actor, played the role of the fourth Doctor in Doctor Who Robert Henry Cain, VC, ( only survivor of the Battle of Arnhem to receive the Victoria Cross.
Kim Woodburn, television presenter Popular culture edit The town is the territorial designation in the title of the Duke of Crowborough (portrayed by Charlie Cox ) in the premier episode of the show Downton Abbey.
The highest point in the town is 242 metres above sea level.Retrieved b c McGrory, Daniel.Swaylands Penshurst Road, Tonbridge, Kent, TN11 8DZ 640,000 Guide price apartment in Grade II listed mansion 2 double bedrooms voksen venskab grupper 2 bath/shower rooms open plan sitting/dining room 1,757.00.The nearest major towns are Tunbridge Wells, 12 kilometres (7 mi) to the north-east; Brighton, 34 kilometres (21 mi) to the south-west; and Crawley, 26 kilometres (16 mi) to the west.Estate Agents even called it "Scotland in Sussex".Feet (294.97 tres) Browse properties for sale in: All content copyright 2016 Savills.From Crowborough, the A26 runs north-east to Mereworth via Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge.BBC, external Service broadcasts to Europe transmitters.3, the church, dedicated to, all Saints, and primary school still survive today.28 29 His statue stands at Crowborough Cross, in the town centre.The club competes in Sussex County leagues in both tennis and squash.Governance edit, crowborough became an ecclesiastical parish in 1880: previously it had been part of Rotherfield.
Royal Tunbridge Wells and 35 miles (56 km) south of, london.
"Consultation about footpath diversions on Crowborough Common - Crowborough Life".
It has road and rail links and is served by a town council.
From 1942 to 1982, a site near Crowborough hosted notable radio transmitters, including the.It is the most populous inland town in East Sussex, with over 20,000 people.In 2014 a local news website ( Hyperlocal ) called m was established by Stephan Butler.The park was previously a clay quarry serving the Crowborough Brickworks which closed in 1980.The spectral bag pursues people walking along the road by night.For nearly 30 years the quarry was left to natural regeneration and local people used it for informal play, with stories of swimming in the ponds and losing Wellington boots in the wet areas of the site.