This is before the road was made up. The main property to the right was three dwellings and is now one, known as Minstrells. A lamppost remains in the same position but the property is now tile hung.
In the year this photo was taken the property was transferred from the Hurst family to the council. The building has had many notable owners since it was built in 1720 and remains a treasured property to this day. A sensory garden now stands in the foreground of this view.
This scene has changed little in the intervening years - apart from the double yellow lines on the road. I think the man has gone too! You can compare this with today's view at http://www.hiddenhorsham.co.uk/hh/frith3.htm some 99 years later.
My sisters and I would catch the bus from Crawley to Horsham and send many happy hours in the open pool. Then we would go to the milk bar in the Carfax and get a yummy milk shake!
Most of the church was demolished to make way for Royal & Sun Alliance to put up their offices. The church was 'relocated' to a site further out of town near Holbrook Primary School. This is the view from the Carfax.
The tree still remains in place but the fountain and war memorial have been relocated. The memorial is just around to the left, out of sight in this image. The fountain is in the ...Read full memory
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 ...Read full memory
I think this was in the 1960s, whilst I was working for the Flight Simulator Firm in Crawley, REDIFON LTD, part of Redifusion Ltd. I became part of the team puttting on a charity ...Read full memory
Although no longer a grammer school this does remain an educational establishment, effectively a sixth form college for Horsham. It goes by the name of The College of Richard ...Read full memory
This is the view from Denne Park above Horsham. The outlook will have changed but much of the green land remains to this day
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