Sussex visitor guide launched

Potential visitors to Horsham, the new South Downs National Park and surrounding areas can now benefit from the new Enjoy Sussex Visitor Guide 2011.

Offering a wealth of essential and practical information about what to see and do in our part of Sussex, it the perfect companion for a day out in the county.

Enjoy Sussex 2011 is produced by Horsham District Council in partnership with Mid-Sussex, Lewes and Wealden District Councils, covering an area stretching west to east from Pulborough to Burwash, and north to south from Horsham to Seaford.

The free brochure includes details of local Visit Britain and AA quality assessed accommodation and visitor attractions and depicts some of England’s finest and most iconic countryside and coast, including the new South Downs National Park, Ashdown Forest and the famous Seven Sisters coastline, illustrating Enjoy Sussex as the perfect destination for a day visit, relaxing short break or a longer holiday.

To complement the 2011 guide, offers online booking and information to assist potential visitors in discovering the vibrant, award-winning and extraordinary character of this beautiful part of rural Sussex.

Tourism plays an essential role in improving and maintaining a successful and buoyant local economy. This practical and attractive guide and website combination is just one of the measures the four local authorities are offering to ensure that new and repeat visitors continue to visit the area, bringing in vital revenue and supporting local jobs.

As of the beginning of January, copies of the brochure will be available free of charge from Enjoy Sussex Tourism by calling 01271 336173.

Alternatively, by contacting Horsham Tourist Information Centre at:

9 The Causeway


01403 211661