East Grinstead is a town and common area in the northeastern corner of Mid Sussex region of West Sussex in England close to the East Sussex, Surrey, and Kent outskirts. It lies 27 miles south of London, 21 miles north upper east of Brighton, and 38 miles east upper east of the province town of Chichester. The common ward covers a zone of 2,443.45 hectares and had a populace of 23,942 people in the 2001 registration. The number of inhabitants in the town at the 2011 Census was 26,383. Close-by towns incorporate Crawley and Horley toward the west, Tunbridge Wells toward the east and Redhill and Reigate toward the northwest.
The town is adjoining with the town of Felbridge toward the northwest. Until 1974 East Grinstead was the middle for neighborhood government East Grinstead Urban District Council - and was situated in the province of East Sussex. East Grinstead, alongside Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill, as a major aspect of the previous Cuckfield Rural District Council, met up as MidSussex; moving to the purview of West Sussex County Council. The town has numerous noteworthy structures and is situated on the Greenwich Meridian. It is situated in the Weald and Ashdown Forest deceives the south-east of the town.