|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Steyning (N) (TQ170124)|
|To:||West Grinstead (TQ165214)|
|Distance:||7 miles (11.3 km)|
|Meets:||A283, B2116, A24|
|Route outline (key)|
The B2135 is a rural B-road serving the village of Partridge Green in Sussex.
It starts on the A283 at the northern end of the Steyning bypass. It heads north and, although quite wide, the route is very twisty for the first mile and a half but straightens out before entering the small village of Ashurst. There is a nice straight run out of Ashurst before a dogleg across the western arm of the River Adur.
The road then heads into Partridge Green where it meets the B2116 coming in from the right, and continues through the village, after which it turns north-west towards the A24, passing underneath the abandoned Shoreham - Horsham railway, now a footpath.
It passes through West Grinstead before meeting the A24 just over three quarters of a mile south of that road's intersection of the A272. The B2135 / A24 junction is at-grade and not signal-controlled, with a gap in the central reservation. There are plans for upgrading this and other junctions on the A24.