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Horsham Museum's latest online article looks into the history of trains in Horsham and the first place in the District to have a train station.
In response to revised Government guidance, Horsham District Council is now easing some restrictions to public use in its parks and countryside sites.
Councillor Chairman Kate Rowbottom will pass on her chain of office to current Deputy Chairman Cllr Karen Burgess at the online Council Meeting on the 20 May.
Horsham District Council will continue to support its local businesses based on medical advice in line with government guidance.
To mark the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth, Horsham Museum have shared a new blog on the early days of nursing in Horsham.
The council in partnership with QM Studios, Visit Horsham and many community partners, are having their own special online VE Day on Friday 8 May.
Horsham District Council is encouraging more eligible small businesses to apply for vital business grants to support them during the current coronavirus crisis.
Horsham’s town centre markets have continued to operate well throughout the lockdown, enabling locals to keep buying essential quality fresh produce.
Horsham Museum has received a generous donation of an original Constable sketch that dates back 76 years to the middle of World War II in a fascinating story.
New Horsham Museum exhibit 'Horsham Mapped' showcases the first publicly accessible map of Horsham that was produced in 1841 with incredible detail.
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