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An ancient town full of history and old buildings, that dates back to before the Norman Conquest of 1066. Possibly best known for the ruins of Cowdray House, which can be clearly seen as you enter the town from Pulborough.

Midhurst was a market town and stopping off point in the days of the horse drawn Stage Coaches. Only ten miles from the Hampshire town of Petersfield, it is one of the most westerly towns in Sussex.

A popular place to live, it has shops to meet all local needs plus cafes and restaurants plus a modern leisure centre.

The Cowdray Estate, famous for its association with Polo, is the town’s major event attraction.

Midhurst is a popular place for exploring on foot, meeting friends and eating out.

Midhurst is 11 miles due west of Pulborough

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