Horsham, Sussex
Photos, Maps, Books and Memories

Historic maps of Horsham and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey cartographers and Samuel Lewis.

Building Relocated

Around the 1920s this building was known as Perry's Place and was located diagonally opposite the Black Jug, known then as the Hurst Arms. It was dismantled and moved to nearby Mannings Heath. It now forms the clubhouse and is ...Read full memory

A memory of Horsham by M

A View Over Horsham

This view has changed little over the intervening years. The church, St Mary's, at the foot of the Causeway is Horsham's only grade I listed building. In the background there was a multistorey office block which has now been ...Read full memory

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Flagstones

This property is known as Flagstone and is at the foot of the Causeway, next to St Mary's Church. It is dated 1615 on the centre gable, this is thought to relate only to that part of the buidling. The main building may be up to 200 ...Read full memory

A memory of Horsham by M