Lokale Zeitungen horsham, west sussex

Horsham is also one of the last places on Earth to still display its stocks in the town centre.
The most central full scale supermarket (Sainsbury's) is just beyond the bus station, to the south of the centre, though there are smaller 'budget stores' operating near to the Shelley Fountain and a branch of Waitrose in Piries place.There are numerous take-away food outlets near the town centre.The rest of the centre is no more than five minutes walk from the Carfax.Get around edit Map of Horsham (West Sussex) The town centre is compact and walkable.There are two trains an hour from the Sussex coast; Bognor Regis and Chichester.All services run via the bus station, the train station and the central square, the Carfax.Good ambiance and generally more mature clientele.Horsham has a range of restaurants covering most of the various styles found in England, with Italian being particularly common.The R D here focuses on Metabolic disorders, GI tract diseases and such.London Victoria via Sutton Dorking and an hourly stopping service from London Bridge.Traditionally not known for its open mindedness (The film 'Monty Python's Life of Brian' was banned here upon its release, and Horsham was one of the last places in England someone faced the death penalty for homosexuality).There are four trains per hour from London.To the north is a large park, which has a small wildlife pond, a leisure complex with indoor/outdoor (heated) pool and a gym.There is also the locally legendary 'Ambar popularly known by a former name; 'Shelley's' - Horsham's first and only night sex on second date yahoo club, that draws students, regulars and scum alike.Horsham's town centre is its main charm.The town is based around a central square (that isn't square) called the Carfax (said to mean 'where four roads meet.
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The Lynd Cross, a Wetherspoons pub popularly known as the Lynd Creche for the age of the clientele.