Changing face of Horsham - the town’s lost pubs

As part of the County Times’ 150th anniversary we are looking back at how the Horsham district has changed over the years.

Monday, 11th March 2019, 11:02 am
Updated Monday, 11th March 2019, 11:05 am
Horsham's lost pubs

Today we are feature some of the pubs in Horsham itself that have fallen by the wayside over the years. We concentrate first on those in more recent history but include a few from further back in the town’s history.

The Queens Head pub in Queens Street, pictured in 2016. Nine new homes are planned
The Nelson pub, was in Trafalgar Road, Horsham, but is now housing
The Tanners Arms, in Brighton Road, Horsham, no longer open
The Horse and Groom, in East Street, Horsham, is now Brewhouse and Kitchen
Plans are to turn the Rising Sun, in Pondtail Road, Horsham, into a children's nursery.
Moving a bit out of the town, The White Horse in Roffey was a once favoured watering hole
Opposite what was the Horse and Groom was the Beehive, now a newsagents
The Bell Inn was at 75 Park Street, Horsham
The Black Horse Hotel in West Street, Horsham, was demolished in around 1970
The Castle, in West Street, Horsham, closed at around 1908
The Prince of Wales, in West Street, Horsham, was where Between the Lines now sits
The Punchbowl was in Middle Street, Horsham