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Storm in January 2007

On Thursday, January 18th 2007 a storm swept across England and into Europe. Whilst not causing nearly as much damage as the storm in October of 1987 there were still approximately 100 trees blown down across West Sussex. 379 more words

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Horsham Festival October 2006 Photographs

The Horsham Town Centre Festival celebrated its 15th anniversary in October 2006. In an event spanning Thursday 26th to Saturday 28th Horsham opened it streets to traditional fairground rides and stalls and hosted a variety of street entertainers. 352 more words

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Christmas 2006 in pictures

Here is Horsham during the run up to Christmas in 2006. The streets may look bare but, back then, I tried to get photos without people in. 85 more words

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The Causeway in photographs from 2009

A companion to the Horsham Causeway feature that gives more information on each property. 137 more words

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A review: Artisan Patisserie

On a rainy off day like this what else could I have done but to start my adventure: reviewing our competition in Horsham.

Maybe I should have been more prepared with a list of things to rate but that would have been too sterile. 535 more words

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St Leonards Park - the house

On the outskirts of Horsham, near the end of a single track road, is a collection of houses and a farm. The first of these is known as St Leonards, taking its name from the nearby forest. 353 more words

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Southdown Buses

It was just after the first world war had finished that Southdown Motor Services arrived in Horsham. The business was formed in 1915 with the amalgamation of the Worthing Motor Services, the country services of the Brighton and Hove Omnibus Company and the London and South Coast Haulage Company. 322 more words

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