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The area is home to one of the UK’s oldest schools, Christ’s Hospital. You can view Ofsted scores for the area HERE.
The 2011 UK census gives Horsham’s population as 48,000.
Horsham lies between the A24 and A23, both routes head into London, past the M25. By car it’s 41 minutes to Brighton and 20 minutes to Gatwick Airport, direct trains run from the town to London Victoria taking 50 minutes.
The local newspaper is The District Post.
Armishaws Horsham removals are the first choice for local, national and international relocations. We cover the surrounding area including;
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After all the moving, unpacking, picture hanging, it’s time to reward your Horsham removals exertions with a tour of the very best Horsham has to offer;
Combining two great passions, Mannings Heath offer golf membership, society days, tasting evenings, vineyard tours, fine dining and award-winning wines!
Situated in a historic building in the old Market Square, Café at No4 supports local producers through its delicious menu. Lovely décor, great food, friendly staff, it’s a win!
Clubhouse Interiors are awesomely different. If you’re looking for something timeless, stylish and eye catching, then this incredible shop ticks all the boxes. Quirky design at its best.
Street food, artisan bakers, pop-up bars, music, local produce, this is a farmers’ market with a difference. Forget tired old trestle tables, Horsham have made Farmers markets funky and fun!
Horsham is an historic town with modern tastes. From the Michelin starred restaurant and funky food market to traditional events and quaint streets, Horsham delights and surprises in equal measure.
It is very much a traditional Sussex town but like many Sussex towns, Horsham is leading the way in sustainability, and local commerce, helping grow and support small business. So, if ever you were to try something new, Horsham is the place to do it.
The town sits around the Carfax, an ancient market square that is at the heart of Horsham life. Markets are still held here along with a number of events throughout the year including live music at the bandstand (yes, Horsham even has a traditional bandstand).
Horsham’s leisure centre features a gym, 3 swimming pools, sports courts, fitness classes for all abilities, studios and a healthy café. Dog walkers, cyclists and runners are spoilt for choice with countryside all around and the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty right on the doorstep.
There is a cinema, arts complex and theatre, and notable names such as Michael Caine and Harry Enfield have spent formative years in Horsham.
4 minutes from Brighton, not far from Gatwick Airport (20 minutes to be exact), Horsham sits between the A24 (to Worthing) and A23 (for Gatwick and Brighton). Both roads connect with the M25 before continuing into central London. Trains to London Victoria take around 50 minutes.