Pulborough pre-dates the Romans who used it as an access point from the river Arun and used as a Roman military centre.
Well worth a visit is St Andrew`s church, built in the late 13th century and one of three churches in the village.
Of equal interest is the river bridge, built in the lte 1700s and there are some charming houses and public inns in the area.
An area of 2400 hectares is inhabited by 4,309 people.
With grateful thanks to West Sussex Newspapers Ltd for the use of these notes from their Horsham District Citizens Guide.