Pulborough Heritage Weekend

Event Details

Event Date:


Start time: 11:00

End time: 16:00

Event Short Description

Part of the National Heritage Open Days, 19 venues/activities will be open on Sat/Sun 9/10 September

Event Information

Heritage Weekend activities and venues

A 200 year-old Tower Monument. a large railway model of Pulborough Station 100 years ago, and a 3 year-old ‘Grand Designs’ house – these are just three of the 19 venues and activities that make

Pulborough’s Heritage Weekend in September well worth a visit.

National Heritage Open Days enable visitors to access buildings or activities that either are not normally open to the public or for which there is normally an entrance charge.

From ‘West to East’ the locations taking part in the Weekend are: Stopham Vineyard* St.Mary’s Church Stopham South Downs Light Railway (in Pulborough Garden Centre)

St.Botolph’s Church Hardham Pulborough Railway Station Masonic Hall Lower Street Walk St.Mary’s Parish Church Old Rectory Garden The ‘Triangle’ House Toat Monument Sports & Social Club St.Mary’s Primary School.

Heritage Buses Model Railway Oddfellows Arms Nutbourne Vineyard* Wiggonholt Church RSPB Pulborough Brooks

*Not open Sunday

Admission Details

Adult: FREE

Child: FREE

Child Age Limit: With adult

Concession Details: FREE

Organiser Details

Name: Ian Ellis

Telephone: 01798 874686

Email: ian@ianellisassociates.com

Website: https://www.heritageopendays.org/Pulborough

Venue Details

Address: In & around Village, Pulborough, West Sussex, RH20

Telephone: 01798 874686

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