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Nearby towns include Crawley to the north-east and Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill to the south-east. It is the administrative centre of the Horsham district.
The first historical record of Horsham is from AD The name may mean either "horse home" or " Horsa 's home" a Saxon warrior who was granted land in the area. The town has historically been known for horse trading in early medieval times, iron and brick making up until the 20th century, and brewing more recently.
Horsham is the largest town in the Horsham District Council area. It was once part of the county of Surrey in until a change in boundaries through the parliament act in The town is the centre of the parliamentary constituency of Horsham , recreated in Jeremy Quin has served as Member of Parliament for Horsham since , succeeding Francis Maude , who held the seat since but retired at the general election.
Horsham holds the UK record for the heaviest hailstone ever to fall. On 5 September , a hailstone weighing g 4. The Arun is joined by a number of streams flowing down from the north which rise around Rusper. Horsham has grown up around the Carfax. To the south of the Carfax is the Causeway.
This street consists of houses erected in the 17th, 18th and early 19th century and is lined with ancient London Plane trees. The Horsham Museum is at the north end opposite to the recently developed former headquarters of the R. At the south end of the Causeway is the Church of England parish church of St. Norman in origin, rebuilt in the 13th century and restored in —65 by the Gothic revival architect S. It was formerly an area of artisans cottages and an ancient well.
Fifty metres south is the River Arun. On the northern bank is Prewett's Mill and on the south side is the town's cricket field. A short walk along the banks of the Arun in a south easterly direction is Chesworth Farm, an area of open public access. The park has football pitches, a wildlife pond and tennis courts. Leisure facilities, including a swimming complex and a gymnastic centre, have been built on land around the park. To the east along Brighton Road is Iron Bridge named after the railway bridge that carries the railway from London Victoria to Littlehampton.
The area consists of mainly Victorian and Edwardian houses to the north of Brighton Road, whilst to the south there are areas of inter- and post-war housing.
This area is known as the East Side. Horsham has developed beyond the original boundaries to incorporate some of the smaller hamlets which now form part of the outer districts.
An area of Horsham named after a feeder stream of the River Arun. It consists of residential housing, the majority of which is of late 20th century origin. The suburb is substantial enough for two council wards. The Tithe Barn at Fivens Green is the most notable building in the district. This hamlet dates back to the late 18th century, when a small number of houses were in existence, with an inn opening in the early part of the 19th century.
A station opened in the area in , originally called Rusper Road Crossing halt, but later renamed Littlehaven. South-west of the town the Needles estate was laid out from c. Land around Hills Farm nearby was sold for development in and further development took place in the s. In keeping with many other towns, new developments to the east of the town centre were rapid in the early Victorian era, and that area of town became known, as it is today, as New Town.
The area contains the Iron Bridge, a steel structure that carries the railway to the south of Horsham. Originally used as a label to describe the northern part of the parish of Horsham compared to Southwater to describe that part south of the River Arun , this area was developed as a district in the latter part of the 20th century.
This area was originally known as Grub Street, and developed south of Depot Road in the 19th century. Roffey is north east of the centre of Horsham and as a hamlet dates back to at least the 13th century, with taxation records of showing 18 liable people in the area. Here is an iron church, capable of accommodating 80 persons'. The station is shown in the location now known as Wimland Road. It replaced a temporary building which was licensed for worship in Tower Hill is a hamlet that lies one mile south from Horsham on a ridge of land containing a sandstone known as Horsham Stone rising above the town.
A quarry existed here from to It has a public house called the Boar's Head, formerly the Fox and Hounds. An area of late 19th and early 20th centuries development on land west of the London Road at North Parade. It consists chiefly of semi-detached houses with corner shops, most of which have closed.
Until the midth century it was known as "The Common", after a piece of common land that survived enclosure in Trafalgar Road for many years. Horsham is a market town formerly trading in cattle, sheep and corn. Its prosperity was built on industries that included brewing, brickmaking, iron-smelting and printing. In the important industries are financial services, pharmaceuticals and technology. The company first came to the town in as Sun Alliance, becoming the town's biggest employer, at its peak it employed 2, people, plus the specialised computer centre called Lennox Wood, sited in Southwater country park to which many of the original Horsham computer department staff were relocated.
At its peak, the company occupied several smaller premises on the Carfax, Springfield House near St John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church, the building that is now a study centre in Hurst Road, Parkside and the whole of the St Mark's complex, and print and security centres in industrial estates sprinkled around Horsham, plus Tricourt House closer to the Carfax and now occupied by a housing association. Until the Swiss-based multinational pharmaceutical company Novartis , formerly Ciba-Geigy before a merger, was a major employer in the town, but the plant is now closed and the site scheduled for redevelopment.
Located in the centre is also the Creative Assembly , which was founded in and is one of the UK's premier videogame developers. Horsham's town centre has many national chain stores , and although it has suffered the loss of some small and independent retailers, the town retains its reputation for individuality and attracts shoppers from a wide area. Much of the Carfax, which once consisted of two concentric rings of roads, was pedestrianised to create a new town square. The underground toilets that once served the Carfax are now underneath the war memorial.
The bandstand was moved to its present site from the south corner of the Carfax. The Victorian drinking fountain now at the southern end of North Street originally stood on the Carfax. On the northwest side of the Carfax is Swan Walk, a shopping centre which opened in and was enclosed with a glass roof in with the addition of Springfield Court. Swan Walk takes its name from the Swan Inn that once stood where the pedestrian area now enters West Street, the old name being honoured by the bronze swan statues to the back of the mall and a mosaic in the centre.
There is a partially covered shopping area known as Piries Place. East Street, formerly part of the main throughway through the town was pedestrianised in In the commercial centre of Horsham is an open pedestrianised square known as the Carfax. This area contains the Town's Memorial to the dead of the two world wars, a substantial, well used bandstand and is the venue for Saturday and Thursday markets. The name Carfax is likely of Norman origin — a corruption of 'Quatre Voies' four ways or 'Carrefour', a place where four roads meet.
Two other places in England share the name: At the west end of the town centre formerly stood a kinetic water sculpture called the ' Rising Universe ', colloquially known as 'The Shelley Fountain'. The fountain was turned off in the spring of to save water. Despite recycling it used gallons a day to cover evaporation and filtration losses. However, the council has made water saving efficiencies elsewhere and the fountain was turned on again on 13 November , its tenth birthday but was turned off again after that Christmas.
In May the fountain was turned off again due to the failure of its main hydraulic cylinder. The Parish Church of St.
Mary the Virgin is the oldest building in Horsham, having been in continuous use for nearly eight centuries. It is located at the end of the Causeway in Normandy, the oldest extant part of Horsham. It has a ring of ten bells. The earthworks of the eleventh century Horsham or Chennelsbrook Castle can be found near Chennells Brook. The Town Hall in the Market Square is a much adapted building originally dating from circa when it was referred to as a 'Market House'.
The building fell into disrepair and was substantially rebuilt around In it became the property of Horsham Urban District Council and was again largely rebuilt. The present building is essentially of late Victorian construction, though preserving some aspects of the earlier buildings.
It has been used as council offices and as a magistrates court and more recently housed the Horsham Registry Office on the upper floor. The ground floor was still used as an occasional market place until the Town Hall was closed to be let as a restaurant. Horsham lies at the junction of three main routes with the dual carriageway A24 running north to south route from London and Dorking to Worthing.
The A links Horsham to Crawley and the M23 to the east by modern dual carriageway and to the A29 to the west. The A runs between Guildford and Brighton. Southbound "down" trains divide here.
Other services "stopping" during the off-peak period leave Horsham for London Bridge. In , work finished expanding and modernising the station. Cyclists, pedestrians and horseriders can reach Guildford and Shoreham via the Downs Link , a long distance bridleway and cycle route which follows the now disused Horsham-Guildford, and Horsham-Shoreham railway lines and passes through Southwater , just to the south of Horsham.
The West Sussex County Times is a paid newspaper that has served the town since Although cricket was played in Horsham before , the first recorded game of a town side was on 8 August , which is when Horsham Cricket Club was created.
The Club has played various locations over the years, before settling at the present ground in Horsham Cricket Club were national champions in They had some success a decade ago, reaching the final of the Sussex Senior Cup in The team currently play at Culver Road in Lancing whilst they seek a new ground in Horsham./p>
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Mother wanted yogurt and grocery store was easy to drive to straight down Navajo Blvd. Grocery staff quickly assisted me in completing "club" application so I could pay sale prices.
Enjoyed the kindness of those Holbrook residents we encountered. Holbrook is an excellent place to stay to visit Petrified Forest National Park.
Holbrook has a good tourist information centre with an attached local museum. It is a friendly small town, easily navigated with a number of moderately priced restaurants. Booked a two night stop-over on our way to Monument Valley. Stayed in the WigWam Motel and wasn't really sure what to expect, but it was great fun and wished we had booked an extra night! I would not recommend this hotel to anyone.
I was afraid to take a shower due thinking the water would get too hot. It was disappointing to not have access to the TV. Most of the rooms were empty but the room directly snove us was occupied and the upstairs guests were noisie. When we requested another room, we we offered a room a distance away and informed that the rooms on both side of us were occupied no one ever showed up to either room. The attendant was not willing to accommodate us in any way. We were both very tired after driving for 12 hours and needed to rest and relax.
Very disappointed in this place. Thank goodness for this hotel, we were beginning to lose hope of finding a clean one. It was clean, comfortable and a decent size. There was a high school basketball team staying here so the breakfast was packed, but the staff did everything they could to keep up with the demands. You could tell they were a bit overwhelmed but they did well.
VERY clean hotel - one of the cleanest we've been to, must have been recently remodelled cause many items looks as very new. Nice room with hard wood floor, comfy beds. Extremely nice personnel receptionist who was checking us in - young woman.
Kids appreciated pancake machine available during breakfast. Our best breakfast during our stay in US! Clean fresh rooms, no odors fake or bad , pleasant common areas. We were very pleased. Kimberly, the receptionist, was very kind and helpful. Great breakfast cooked at the moment. Close to diner for dinner. Great value for a town like Holbrook. Room was okay, everything necessary was there Fridge, Microwave and it was cheapbas well.
Clean, comfortable and lovely quiet location. Very friendly person at office! Best breakfast we've had so far on our travels. We have more than 70 million property reviews, and they're all from real, verified guests. The only way to leave a review is to first make a booking. That's how we know our reviews come from real guests who have stayed at the property.
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