Broadfield is a neighbourhood in Crawley, West Sussex, England. Broadfield is located in the south west of the town. It is bordered by Bewbush to the north, Southgate to the north east and Tilgate to the east.
Broadfield is divided into three local government wards, Broadfield, Bewbush & North Broadfield, and Gossops Green & North East Broadfield.
Broadfield was developed in stages and is relatively densely populated. The property types include private estates, housing associations, council houses, and self-built homes.
Broadfield Park is a nature reserve managed by Fields in Trust. This park is set in the grounds of Broadfield House, a Grade II Listed Building dating back to 1830.
- Nature trails
- Free parking
Wessex Angling Academy has a license that allows them to fish from authorised areas of the lake. Fishing fees apply.
Friends of Broadfield Park
Broadfield Park is protected by Friends of Broadfield Park, who improve access and maintain the park for public enjoyment.
Crawley Town Football Club
Broadfield 3G Pitch & Pavilion
Artificial Football Pitch
All year round and in any weather, this artificial pitch uses the latest 3G surfacing technology to accurately mimic the bounce and roll of natural grass. Moreover, its design also helps to reduce injuries. Pitch can be rented as a single 11-a-side facility, or it can be split into three separate 5-a-side pitches, all of which can be used all year round, day or night, and in any weather.