Visit our website www.amberleymuseum.co.uk for information on our Christmas weekends in December 2019. Saturday 30th November, 1st, 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st and 22nd December. Located in the heart of the South Downs national park, our museum is dedicated to preserving the industrial heritage of the South East. With 36 acres to explore and over […]
Gordon Rushmer described this exhibition as: “A painter’s rural rides in search of the hidden delights and details”. After 18 months of cycling across West Sussex capturing the essence of the ancient churches that populate the Sussex countryside, Gordon has created an artistic monument and record. Harking back 200 years when, in search of the […]
With performances on both Friday 22 and Saturday 23 March this entertaining and evocative revue by Horsham’s Unity Players will recreate in songs and sketches the music and comedy which boosted British morale and kept the country going through the dark days of the Second World War. Combining classic wartime melodies with radio memorabilia of […]
Horsham’s first Vegan Fair is coming to town – for vegans, non-vegans and anyone just a bit interested! There will be food stalls, drinks, clothing, beauty, household goods – all cruelty free, plus talks throughout the day. Any profits will be split between The Born Free Foundation and Animals Asia (registered charities).
Ollie Heath is a qualified Teacher and professional musician who realises that rhythm is something inherent within us all, and uses rap, rhythm and rhyme to speak to people in a language they understand. Ollie regularly runs school workshops which have a lasting effect on the children including building confidence, relieving stress, encouraging team building […]
In the 1930s, Vincent Lines was head of Horsham School of Art, during the War Kenneth Clark employed him in Recording Britain project, then he moved to Hastings. Earlier this year his family gave Horsham Museum 20 works of art including a stunning set of drawings of Horsham and district in the 30s. These now […]
Did you know within a stone’s throw of Horsham town centre you can walk or ride through 90 acres of beautiful countryside any day of the year? Chesworth Farm dates back to before 1086 and one of Henry VIII’s wives, Katherine Howard, once lived next door at Chesworth House. Chesworth Farm is one of the […]
Did you nominate a Hidden Gem for the Horsham District Year of Culture 2019? We had some fantastic entries and it showed just how diverse and interesting our district is. The 12 Hidden Gems for 2019 have now been chosen, and include Warnham Nature Reserve and the Coldwaltham yew tree. The Coldwaltham Yew Tree It’s […]