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The best value breakfasts in Crawley

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It is said to be the most important meal of the day but many of us just miss it. Well now you can go and enjoy the best value the town has to offer with our list of the best value breakfasts in Crawley.

The best value breakfasts in Crawley

In choosing who we featured we investigated what the most popular OR best value option was in our view for a full english breakfast. So here is our list of the best value breakfasts in Crawley. Prices are subject to change.


Allday café 2

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Located on The Broadwalk the Allday cafe 2 is perfectly located for anyone in the town centre. They offer a wide range of breakfast choices. We chose the most popular.

Breakfast includes:
2 Bacon, 1 Sausage, 2 Hash Browns, 1 Egg and tomato

Price:
£5.99

Plus Points:
Tea or Coffee and Toast is included in the price

Negatives:
If you do not live in the town centre then you will have to find somewhere to park


Toby Carvery

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Located on London Road in Langley Green the chain is well known for their unlimited menu but is located on a very busy road which is not great during morning rush hour.

Breakfast includes:
All you can eat means you can use their buffet style breakfast service and grab as much as you like

Price:
£4.89

Plus Points:
Plenty of seating, good atmosphere and easy to park at

Negatives:
Hot drinks are extra but they also have an unlimited option for this as well


Sainsburys Café

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Located in West Green it is not always the first place you would think when choosing where to go for breakfast but offer one of the cheapest english breakfasts.

Breakfast includes:
Egg, sausage, tomato, baked beans and toast

Price:
£3

Plus Points:
Very cheap basic english breakfast. Easy to get to and park

Negatives:
Drinks are extra


Bella Italia

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Located in Crawley Leisure Park it is surrounded by other eateries and has easy access and plenty of parking

Breakfast includes:
2 Bacon, sausage, tomato, baked beans, eggs and toasted ciabatta

Price:
£5.49

Plus points:
Easy to find and park at

Negatives:
Drinks are extra


Pop Inn Cafe West Green

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Located on Ewhurst Road in West Green it has a lively local feel and is not too far from the town centre

Breakfast includes:
Egg, bacon, sausage, baked beans and fried slice or toast

Price:
£5.80

Plus points:
Tea or instant coffee is included

Negatives:
Limited parking outside and can be quite noisy


If you know of any better value breakfasts available in Crawley that should be on our list then let us know. Email us at newsdesk@crawleynews24.co.uk

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Crawley’s Community Wardens successfully retain police accreditation

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Crawley Borough Council’s Community Wardens have successfully retained their Sussex Police accreditation.

The Community Warden Team was granted accreditation status again in December 2019 by the Chief Constable of Sussex Police, Giles York. This lasts for three years. Crawley Borough Council’s wardens have been accredited since 2008.

The Community Safety Accreditation Scheme (CSAS) allows organisations and their employees working in community safety to be given targeted police powers by the Chief Constable. These powers can help them become more effective in their role and contribute to community safety and security, as well as combat crime and disorder, public nuisance and anti-social behaviour.

Additional powers the Community Wardens have under CSAS are:

  • Power to require the name and address of a person whom they have reasons to believe has committed a relevant offence (such as causing injury, alarm or distress to any other person or the loss or damage to any person’s property, or a relevant Fixed Penalty Offence)
  • Power to require name and address of a person acting in an anti-social manner.
  • Power to require persons drinking in a designated place to surrender alcohol and to dispose of any alcohol
  • Power to require persons aged under 18 to surrender alcohol and to dispose of any alcohol
  • Power to seize tobacco from a person aged under 16 and to dispose of it
  • Power to stop cycles when they have reasons to believe that a person has committed the offence of riding on a footpath.

CSAS also allows for greater partnership working between the police and local organisations, as well as raising the priority of community safety.

Councillor Gurinder Jhans, Cabinet member for Environmental Services and Sustainability, said:

“It is great to see the Community Wardens retain their Sussex Police accreditation. They play such an important role within Crawley; it’s vital that they have this accreditation so they can use the additional powers to help Sussex Police keep Crawley safe.”

You can report anti-social behaviour by filling in our form at www.crawley.gov.uk/communitywardens or calling 01293 438000 during normal office hours. For an urgent response between 8am and 9.30pm, seven days a week, call the Community Wardens on 07884 492324.

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