Q?Is it easy to park?

The practice is just set back from Lower Square in the village. There is free parking in the square which is 30 paces from the practice. Alternatively, there is a free car park at the other end of Lower Road.

Q?How much do you charge?

We are a multidisciplinary practice and each practitioner is responsible for their own charges. You can contact the practitioner direct via email or phone to discuss their treatment charges.

Q?I am a Therapist looking for a practice in the village?

We are always looking for new highly qualified professional practitioners. You can contact The Anderida Practice direct using the ‘Contact Form’ on the About page of this website where you will also find our email address if you prefer to use that.

Q?How do I book an appointment?

Each practitioner runs their own diary so please make contact direct with them. Their contact details can be easily found on their own page of this website on the Practitioners page.

Q?What does Anderida mean?

The Anderida Forest is the name given to the dense woodland that separated the South coast of England from the City of London during the Roman Conquest. The forest between the North & South downs was almost impassable making Sussex more cut off from the rest of England than it had been at any other time in its history.

The Ashdown Forest remains today, less dense and certainly more accessible but this large acreage of forest still separates the downs and harks back to it historic days as the Anderida Forest.

It is also thought that the word Anderida is a derivative of Andred, which in British is “Best or Wonderful”

forest of Anderida