Map of Sussex Attractions, Tourist Information and Accommodation Guide    


A diversity of interests suggests the area around Pulborough has something for most people to enjoy.


Bignor Roman Villa – Remains of Roman home & farm
Pulborough Brooks – Bird and wildlife site managed by the RSPB
South Downs Light Railway – Small gauge railway
Parham House – Elizabethan property


Road - Pulborough stands on the crossroads of the A29, running north to south, and the A283 running south east to north west.
Rail – The village is served by trains running from London, Horsham, Chichester, Bognor, Portsmouth amongst other places.

Brief History

Neolithic and Bronze Age Man lived in this part of Sussex but it was with the arrival of the Romans that Pulborough became established. The Romans had a small settlement here as they used this point to ford the River Arun. A little later the Saxons built a bridge over the river and so the settlement expanded.

Famous People

Harry Enfield – At school in the village
Edward Elgar – Lived at Fittleworth nearby

Approximate Population

The population was recorded at 4685 in the 2001 census.

Nearest Tourist Information Centre

North Street, Midhurst, East Sussex GU28 9DW
Tel: +44 (0)1730 817 322

Suggested Links

Contact Us to suggest a link


Visitor Information for other Sussex areas
> Arundel
> Battle
> Bexhill
> Billingshurst
> Bognor Regis
> Brighton
> Burgess Hill
> Chichester
> Crawley
> Crowborough
> East Grinstead
> Eastbourne
> Etchingham
> Forest Row
> Hailsham

> Hartfield
> Hassocks
> Hastings
> Haywards Heath
> Heathfield
> Henfield
> Horsham
> Lancing
> Lewes
> Littlehampton
> Mayfield
> Midhurst
> Newhaven
> Peacehaven
> Petworth
> Pevensey
> Polegate
> Pulborough

> Robertsbridge
> Rye
> Seaford

> Shoreham
> St Leonards
> Steyning
> Uckfield
> Wadhurst
> Winchelsea
> Worthing

More About Pulborough

This part of the website is currently undergoing an upgrade.

Please check back soon to find out more.
Advertise your Accommodation | Site Search | Site Map | Sussex Directory Sussex Web Design by 1066 Internet