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Sussex Downs

Sandra Cook & Roz Hughes

Sandra Cook & Roz Hughes
Sandra Cook & Roz Hughes Secondary LG
Sandra Cook and Roz Hughes have been Local Guardian's for White House Guardianships since 2006, together they look after the area of Sussex Downs.

Sandra Cook - We live in a small town called Burgess Hill in a large 4 bedroom house set in half an acre. My parents live in an annex next door which we had built over 10 years ago. I have three wonderful children, Christopher, Matthew and Claire, who I am very proud of, and have two adorable Grandchildren, Oscar and Madeleine. We are a very close family. I also have two mad dogs, Bertie, and Bella.
I love spending my free time looking after my Grandchildren, and being with my family, all going out together, or family dinners.
One of my other loves is my garden, I spend as much time as I can with my mum looking after our very large garden, this is a great hobby of mine.

Roz Hughes - Working alongside Sandra and with the amazing support of all the staff at Head Office makes working with the students a real pleasure. Every day is different from the last, and each day can bring different challenges which all makes the position exciting and very rewarding.
I live with my long term partner Thomas and our son Luke in our own 3 bedroom detached house in a quiet close in Burgess Hill. We have 4 beautiful cats that share our home. As a family we enjoy walks on the Downs

About the Area

Burgess Hill is close to Brighton just 10 minutes by train, and London is only one hour away by train. Burgess Hill is a fairly small town close to the beautiful Sussex Downs, with a population of about 40,000.

Burgess Hill is a civil parish and a town located in the Mid Sussex area. It is located on the edge of the South Downs National Park.

The few buildings in the area are the two farmhouses, at Hammonds Ridge (still standing as a residence) and one at Queen's Crescent, in the west of what is now Burgess Hill.

Burgess Hill is twinned with Abbeville in France and Schmallenberg in Germany. It has recently achieved the status of being a Fairtrade Town. Burgess Hill Town Council was awarded the status of Town Council of the Year 2006.

Schools in Sussex Downs

Cottesmore School
Great Walstead
Hurstpierpoint College
Lancing Preparatory School
Seaford College
St. Aubyn's School - Sussex
St. Mary's Hall School - Brighton
Steyning Grammar Junior School
Steyning Grammar Senior School
Towers Convent School
Westbourne House School
Sussex Downs Brighton Pier by David Cook Photograph by David Cook
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Sussex Downs South Downs by David Cook Photograph by David Cook

White House Guardianships

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