Schools in Crawley

Crawley, a historic town in West Sussex, UK, is a vibrant new town with a rich past and a diverse range of modern amenities. Originally founded as a market town in the 13th century, Crawley was later designated as a New Town in 1947, boosting its growth to a bustling urban center. Drawing inspiration from the village concept, developers integrated nine neighborhoods centered around a town center and an industrial estate, each with a community hub, schools, and recreational facilities. Crawley now hosts a population of around 114,000 within an area of 17.36 square miles and offers its residents a variety of shopping, entertainment, and sporting opportunities, including Gatwick Airport, the region's second major airport. This well-connected town enjoys a prime location, situated 28 miles south of London, near the areas of Brighton, Chichester, and Horsham. Crawley Borough Council consistently leads with a focus on economic growth, urban development, and comprehensive public services.

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