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Pulborough’s high street has been bustling since Roman times. These days it’s an ideal mix of post office and pubs, banks and butchers, cafés and supermarkets.

Located within the South Downs National Park there is lots to enjoy and explore, all conveniently close by, from historic Sussex houses and castles, to nature reserves and National Trust, restaurants and famous vineyards.


From The Tea Room to The Flower Shop to Hennings Wine Merchants, Pulborough offers a fantastic mix of independent stores any village would be proud of, and with Chichester, Arundel and Horsham nearby even the most dedicated shoppers have plenty to choose from.


West Sussex is a culinary adventure, from farm fresh fruit and vegetables, to foodie festivals and some of the finest sparkling wines in the world. You’re close to a host of picturesque pubs, café’s with delicious food in spectacular surroundings, vineyards aplenty and a farmers market on the last Saturday morning of every month at Pulborough Village Hall.


Pulborough has something for Brookfields residents of all ages and interests, from horticulture to high culture: Cubs and Brownies, rugby and football for men, women and juniors, cricket and cycling, bridge and bowls. There are ample opportunities to make the most of the great outdoors too, from hiking to horse riding, and even angling. Each year, Pulborough hosts the 12-hour lawn mower race and the Pulborough duck race, a charity event.


Brookfields benefits from a wide choice of schools in the immediate area, and within easy reach. Pulborough itself offers preschools and local primary schools. In West Sussex, there is a wide choice of secondary day and boarding, state or independent and special needs schools.