All About Horsham

Proline Drainage Ltd is based in Horsham, and we regularly service clients in Horsham and nearby towns and villages, unblocking drains protecting our customers properties. Below is a short summary of some of the benefits of being around this area.

Horsham is a town located in West Sussex, England. It is located in the Weald, an area of low-lying wooded hills, and has a population of around 56,000 people. Horsham is known for its historic market town, with a large market square and a number of historic buildings, including the 15th century St. Mary’s Church and the Horsham Museum, which contains exhibits about the local history and culture of the area.

The town is located in a picturesque part of the country, with the South Downs National Park located nearby. There are many outdoor activities available in the area, including walking, cycling, and horse riding. Horsham is also home to a number of parks and gardens, including the Horsham Park and the Horsham Town Hall Gardens.

In addition to its history and natural beauty, Horsham is also home to a number of cultural and recreational facilities, including the Capitol Theatre and the Horsham Sports Centre. The town is well-connected, with good transport links to London and the rest of the country.

There are many things to see and do in Horsham, West Sussex. Some ideas for activities in the area include:

Explore the town’s history by visiting its many historical landmarks, such as St. Mary’s Church, the Horsham Museum, and the Horsham Clock Tower.

Visit the Capitol Theatre to see a live performance or film screening.

Go shopping in the town’s bustling market square or visit one of the local shopping centers.

Enjoy a round of golf at one of the nearby golf courses, such as the Horsham Golf Club or the Mannings Heath Golf Club.

Take a walk or bike ride through the South Downs National Park, located just a short distance from Horsham.

Visit one of the local pubs or restaurants to sample some of the local cuisine.

Attend a sporting event at the Horsham Sports Centre, which offers facilities for a range of sports including football, tennis, and swimming.

Visit one of the local vineyards or breweries to learn about the region’s wine making or brewing traditions and sample some of the local produce.