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Cooksbridge Sussex
Cooksbridge is a long thin village lying on both sides of the busy A275 Lewes to East Grinstead road.

It is believed that the village got its name from the cooks who fed the soldiers of Simon de Montfort from the bridge on their way to the Battle of Lewes in 1264 . The troops came from nearby Fletching where they spent the night in prayer on their way to the defeat of Henry III .

The village is mostly of modern housing and shows the influence of commuters on the area.


Cooksbridge East Sussex
Cooksbridge has a few local shops and services, and the Lewes to London railway line runs through the village.

The nearest main shops are in Lewes which lies about 3 miles to the south east.


Cooksbridge East Sussex
Cooksbridge is a long thin village lying on the Lewes to Haywards Heath road, the village hall, an old malthouse is quite attractive.

The South Downs can be seen from anywhere in the village and provide a nice backdrop to the surroundings.

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