The village of Robertsbridge lies in the parish of Salehurst and Robertsbridge in East Sussex, and the River Rother flows through it.A market charter was granted to Robertsbridge in the 13th century and the town prospered, and grew as shown by the number of surviving timber framed houses, the oldest dating back to 1390.Today Gray-Nicolls manufactures and supplies world famous cricket bats to customers all over the world.In 1999, the Robertsbridge and Salehurst parish twinned with the town of St. Robertsbridge is a busy village with many amenities, shops and pubs.There are a handful of Inns and Bed & Breakfast's in the village, offering mid-range homely accommodation.The Seven Stars Inn is said to be one of the most haunted pubs in Britain.They are very friendly and welcoming people, and a number of public footpaths run through their land.
Into movies, alternative music, reading, going out or cosy nights in! Ideally would like a relationship but open to other options! The famous cricket brand Gray Nicolls (the Nicolls part) was founded in Robertsbridge, and operates from its original location on station road to this day, making (among other things) handmade cricket bats.Also the Rother Valley Railway  finds its most westerly extension at Robertsbridge station.The latinised form, Pons Roberti, Roberts bridge, appears in the abbey records and on the abbey seal of the 13 century and is the first recorded use of the name.In about 1210, a new abbey was started about 1 mile east of the original chapel and on the opposite bank of the river to Salehurst and the abbey started their 'new Vill of Robertsbridge' on its present site.
Robertsbridge hosts a few unique features; The "Bruderhof", a faith community living in a self-sufficient commune at the edge of the village.