|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Lower Dicker (TQ563113)|
|Distance:||9.4 miles (15.1 km)|
|Met (1932):||A22, A274, A259|
|Route outline (key)|
The B2108 was a medium-length B-road in Sussex.
It started on the A22 at Lower Dicker, a few miles west of Hailsham. It headed south through Upper Dicker. A few miles later it crossed a railway line at a level crossing adjacent to Berwick station before meeting the A274 (now A27) a mile further on.
After crossing the main road, the B2108 skirted the village of Berwick before entering Alfriston. It followed the Cuckmere River for a short distance before climbing Cradle Hill. It then descended to Seaford, where it ended on the A259 (originally B259) in the Sutton area of town.
The B2108 was still in existence in the 1970s but has been declassified in its entirety since then.