There are many varied attractions for all ages to enjoy. The Village of Vines Cross has a public house called The Brewers Arms a garage (no fuel) and a plant nursery.
The Local Market Towns of Heathfield and Hailsham with The Cuckoo Trail that follows the former 'Cuckoo Line' railway track and is popular with walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
Heathfield has the following to offer: The Cuckoo Fair in April, Heathfield Agricultural Show in May and Le Marche in August.
The Village of Burwash lies within a conservation area and has period houses and buildings. There are three pubs in burwash, the Bell (Currently closed), Rose and Crown and The Bear.
Burwash Village has a beautiful 17th century Jacobean house, Batemans, the home of writer Rudyard Kipling.
Not far from the village of Burwash is Lakedown Trout fishery and Sarah Raven's garden at Perch Hill Farm.
The attractive town of Battle gets its name from the Battle of Hastings and has an Abbey built by William the Conqueror.
In the village of Alfriston is a small 10 acre zoo Drusillas Park which approximatelty 12.3 miles south of Vines Cross.
About 7 miles South of Vines Cross near Hailsham is Knockhatch Adventure Park
9 miles North of Easbourne and about 8 miles south of Vines Cross is Arlington Stadium which hosts Speedway, stock cars, hot rods and banger racing.
Close to the border of East Sussex is Royal Tunbridge Wells with its Georgian colonade The Pantiles.
The Sussex coast, with its famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs, and the resorts of Eastbourne, Brighton and Hastings are easily reached and the Sussex Downs are a delight for walkers.