|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Haywards Heath (TQ336247)|
|Distance:||8.3 miles (13.4 km)|
|Meets:||A273, B2116, B2113, A272, B2272, B2028|
|Route outline (key)|
The B2112 is a largely rural S2 B-road in central Sussex.
It starts in Clayton, on the edge of the South Downs, on the A273 and then goes roughly eastwards to Ditchling. Here it turns to head north before crossing the B2116 via a mini roundabout. This was the original southern end of the B2112; it was extended to Clayton in the early 1920s. It's a tight squeeze through Ditchling and only room for one way traffic at points. The road then crosses the London-Eastbourne railway line before meeting the end of the B2113 at a roundabout. It leaves the South Downs National Park at this point.
The B2112 skirts the eastern edge of Burgess Hill (reached by the B2113). It goes between Wivelsfield and Old Wivelsfield before crossing the A272 to enter the suburbs of Haywards Heath. It crosses the B2272 at a roundabout before passing to the east of the town centre and terminating on the B2028.