Pulborough’s “hidden heritage” is on display on September 11th & 12th between 11am and 4pm as part of the National Heritage Open Days sponsored by the National Trust. With free parking and free rides on two classic ‘heritage’ buses between many of the village sites all visitors are free to explore Pulborough’s surprisingly broad heritage.
The unique “showpiece” of the Weekend for many is a 50 feet long working hand built scale model of Pulborough Station and its trains as it was around 1910. Other sites such as the Masonic Hall are open to all and have guided, or self guided, tours and other activities.
All the weekend activities and sites are described in a free brochure available at shops and other places in the village, or you can download it here:
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