Places of Interest

Sussex Farm Museum

SUSSEX FARM MUSEUM at Horam Manor is not just a collection of agricultural items, but is representative of all aspects of farming life over the last 100 years.

Around the farmyard are carts, ploughs and other machinery; the large drying barn [an interesting building in itself] houses iron and brick items and a stag.

The main barn is divided into farmhouse room settings plus cabinets showing hobbies, toys, medicines, wartime relics and much more. Ideal to show the grandchildren.

Open daily 10 – 4.30 from March to September.  Entrance Adults £1 Children 50p.

To complete your day out, visit the nearby nature trails and Lakeside Café.

Horam Camp Site

Horam camp site is a Camping and Caravan Park situated behind the old Merrydown Cider Site. It is next to the recreation ground, and just a short walk to the local shops and pub.

Horam Park Golf Club

This is an excellent nine hole golf course (each hole has two tee positions to make 18 holes). It is set just off the main A267 behind the Maygarland pub, and shows off the delightful countryside of Horam. It is open to non-members.

Wellshurst Golf Club

This is a good 18 hole just south of  Horam on the A267. It is open to non-members, and hosts other events such as wedding fairs.

Horam Recreation Ground

Situated on the southern edge of the village, the recreation ground was given to the village by the late Constance Scott. It now hosts the village hall, bowls club (including an indoor rink), tennis club (floodlit when necessary), junior football club and a new allotment area, and many local events. The Scout group have their own hut there, and there is off-road parking.

Horam Church

The local church is in Horebeech lane, and is a delightful building where many activities take place.

Horam Chapel

In the centre of the village, this modern building is very active. Visitors are very welcome to any of its services.