The village is in the north-east corner of West Sussex just one mile from the border with Surrey and also close to the border with Kent. There is a village hall, health centre, church, primary school, local shops, cricket, tennis and football clubs and a golf society as well as a rowing club. Worth Way, a valued trail for walkers, cyclists and horse riders, extends right through to Crawley in the West. The village is accessible to the M23 and is just 7 miles from Gatwick Airport. Three Bridges railway station provides a service to London Victoria and East Grinstead railway station also provides a service to here as well as to London Bridge. The local primary school is rated as Good by Ofsetd and Imberhorne Secondary School is rated as Outstanding. Copthorne Preparatory School offers independent education. The village is some seven miles north-east of Crawley. Crawley has a population of around 106,000 residents and is the main centre of employment between London and the south coast. A high proportion of the local population is under the age of 45, being 64% of residents. The manufacturing, service, commercial and retail sectors are also well represented in the town, with the major retailers present in the County Mall shopping centre. The K2 Leisure Centre has an Olympic size swimming pool and the town also has a football league club, a rugby club, a hockey club and a golf course at Tilgate Park. The 50 acre Goffs Park in Southgate offers walks, lakes and a boating pond. Crawley has the Hawth Theatre and a Cineworld cinema complex. Local attractions include Hever Castle, Arundel Castle and Brands Hatch.