It is reported in the West Sussex County Times that the Friends of Horsham Park are going to be planting 2000 massive daffodils in the park. Volunteers are welcome to bring their JCBs (remove any cash machines from the buckets first) to help with planting the bulbs donated by Horsham District Council. The picture below, a snapshot from WSCT’s website, shows them as photographed by a WSCT photographer standing under a bunch of them seeking shelter from the sun last April. I am looking orward to spring 2019…
A selection of photos from Simon Jones’ closing song on the Bandstand in Horsham’s Carfax on 29th Sept 2018.
The small band of silent “Anonymous for the Voiceless” protesters were in West Street, Horsham again on 29th September. Typically they wear Guy Fawkes masks and stand in a silent outward facing cube of four protesters carrying small banners or tablets.
Anonymous for the Voiceless
HomeSense has opened in Horsham’s T K Maxx in the Forum. The new signage has gone up on the outside. Is it really a new store or has T K Maxx just had a tidy up and decided to do some smart marketing; nothing new but it just looks like it. I am sure T K Maxx had lots of this ‘stuff’ already in store and now they are making a feature of it. Good luck; they seem to be thriving on the high street.
Here is a photo of their publicity bike in West Street.
Horsham hosts the French Market in the Carfax, October 2018. Another runaway success as the town enjoyed warm sunny weather whilst checking out the French experience.
French Market Oct 2018
Almost four years after it was boarded up (Nov 2014) the new face of Prewett’s Mill is being revealed.
Long live the king of rock’n’roll as Elvis wowed the crowds at Horsham’s AmeriCARna event at the weekend. I suspect the hair and sideburns were false but the performance was rock solid.