Tags » Horsham

The Manor of Hewells

The Manor of Hewells sits on the junction of the Causeway and Blackhorse Way. Whilst the Causeway is, of course,  a road well established in the town Blackhorse Way was created as recently as 1962 as a service road for the shops in West Street. 674 more words


Train Crash at Horsham Station

In the early 1970s a significant train crash took place at Horsham Station. It was caused by an engineering train running into the back of a passenger train that was about to leave for Bognor Regis. 597 more words


Hales hundred gives Notts perfect start to title defence

Nottinghamshire 312/8 (Hales 116, Lumb 77, Beer 3-60) beat Sussex 282/8 (Piolet 63*, Joyce 59, Mullaney 4-33) by 29 runs

As the newly-restructured Royal London One Day Cup launched throughout the country this weekend, signifying the return of 50 over cricket to the county circuit, reigning limited overs champions Nottinghamshire took a convincing victory over Sussex to begin their title defence of sorts on another beautiful wicket at Cricketfield Road, Horsham. 548 more words


Local Family Seeks Shutdown Of NJ Beach Where Man Drowned

HORSHAM, Pa., (AP) — The family of a Pennsylvania man who drowned at the ocean when the sand allegedly gave way beneath his feet in 2012 has sued to seek the closure of that part of the beach. 461 more words


Horsham's wartime connections to Canada

Over the years there have been many connections made between Horsham and Canada. This feature is intended to guide interested visitors to those locations. Migration from Horsham to Canada is recorded many times but is not the subject of this feature. 517 more words


Do you remember Bryces?

For a short moment in time the shadow of times gone by has been revealed. As the old Blockbuster store in East Street prepares to become the Cycle Room the signage has been removed. 20 more words


Scaffolding in the Carfax

It looks like the scaffolding is here for the long run as they have duplicated the shop signs on the front.