village lies off the B1248 road and its one mile long main street
is lined with stately looking properties many of which stand
behind ornate walls and wrought iron fences. All the gardens and
lawns are kept neat giving the village a very tidy and pretty
A disused water pump sits on the verge side as
an ornate reminder of days gone by. The Plough Inn, which was
formerly a bakery, can be found on the outskirts of the village
serving beer, wines and good food.
St Andrews Church,
which also serves Gembling and Brigham, dates back to the 13th
Century and has a Norman Nave and chancel. Outside the church is a
wall and seat in the memory of a young women who died aged 21
years of leukaemia. A sad but loving tribute to someone who died
so young from her friends and family. The Church yard is in the
shadow of the church on the opposite side of the road.
ever popular Cruckley Animal Farm can be found on the outskirts of
the village and is described as a working family farm where rare
and modern animals can be seen and touched. There is a lake where
various birds and ducks can be seen, a picnic area and a café.