Memories of Horsham

Only The Spire Remains Of This Church

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.

A memory of Horsham by M

Sensory Garden In The Foreground Now

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.

A memory of Horsham by M

I Was Married In St Mary's Church In The Year 1997

I am just looking this picture of St Mary's church and tears are coming to my eyes as I remember the wonderful waiting that I had in this church. I am ...Read full memory

A memory of Horsham by Kimon Vasileiou

Same But Different

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

A memory of Horsham by M

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 ...Read full memory

A memory of Horsham by M

Denne Park Actually

This is the view from Denne Park above Horsham. The outlook will have changed but much of the green land remains to this day

A memory of Horsham by M

Roffey Park Hospital, 1968.

Was a patient at the hospital from Palm Sunday, 1968 for about six weeks. The picture you have in postcard form was the rose garden. I took several photographs in colour, ...Read full memory

A memory of Horsham by hilary.m.brock

Milk Rounds

This was the year I left school. I started working for l.Standing and Sons of Hampers Farm in Station Road. They had one Ford van, five horses with various milkfloats. It was quite ...Read full memory

A memory of Horsham by Robert Morrison

Today This Is The Horsham District Council Headquarters

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 memory of Horsham by M

Is This The Causeway

It does not look like the Causeway to me. At the time of the photos, 1898, this road was fully populated with the exception of the Vicarage Garden. The photo shows open field so is perhaps one of the lanes leading up to Denne Park, beyond the Causeway or Denne Road.

A memory of Horsham by M

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