About Us

Practice History

Saxonbury House was converted from a private house in 1970. Enlarged and modernised in 1985 and again in 2006, it offers a pleasant and welcoming atmosphere with easy access for the disabled. The waiting room has a children’s corner with books and toys available.

The practice area covers Crowborough and extends to the surrounding villages of Rotherfield, High Hurstwood, Fairwarp and parts of Mayfield, Groombridge, Nutley and Hadlow Down. The practice is part of the East Sussex Downs and Weald Primary Care Trust, which is part of the NHS.

We take pride in the standards we deliver and in serving our local community


surgery building

Friends of Saxonbury House


Alink to our new proposed constitution is below;

Proposed Constitution.pdf


The Friends of Saxonbury House Surgery is an independent charitable group. Its role is to provide much needed additional funding to support and extend the facilities available to the doctors and staff of the surgery. We are most indebted to those patients who raise funds for the practice.

Any contributions received go towards the cost of adding to or replacing essential medical equipment for the sole benefit of our patients. 

If you are interested in joining this group, please come into the surgery and avail of a membership form from the front reception or click this link;

Informationapplication FOSH.pdf





We have limited parking facilities in our premises. Cars are parked at vehicle owners risk. Please do not block the entrance to the parking reserved for the doctors as access is needed at all times.

At busy/peak surgery times the demand for parking is sometimes in excess of the available parking spaces. Therefore, at busy/peak surgery times it would be appreciated if patients who were able to park nearby and walk to the surgery would do so. This would allow those patients most in need of parking in the car park to do so without difficulty, for example patients with poor mobility/needing mobility aids, elderly/frail patients, or parents with small children.

Parking spaces in the surgery car park are understandably finite; however there is available parking on neighbouring roads and a free short stay car parking available at Waitrose a few yards down the road.

Your help and understanding is appreciated.


The practice have designated disabled parking spaces at the front of the building. Wheelchair access to the building is via the main door. The disabled patients' WC is provided near the side entrance and access to this can be gained from the main entrance.

We have 3 wheelchairs on site which can be provided for patients who need them. Please ask at reception.

If you need any assistance please let the reception team know