Horsham, UK

Horsham is a very pleasant market town with some great shops and traditional English pubs. In days gone by Horsham was formerly trading in cattle, sheep and corn. Its former industries include brewing, brick making, iron-smelting and printing.Nowadays the important industries are financial services, pharmaceuticals and technology.

Horsham is a commuter town serving London and Brighton. There are are frequent train services to London Victoria which is about forty five minutes away. The town of Horsham has grown up around the Carfax which is an ancient meeting place. Horsham is home to the new and old and there are tranquil streets of houses erected in the 17th, 18th and early 19th century as well as bustling shopping areas. It is a wonderful place to come and learn English in close proximity to London.  For culture lovers the Horsham Museum is situated at the northerly end of the town and offers an interesting insight into the town's heritage.

 

Horsham Summer School

Our partner school, in Horsham, West Sussex, is known as ‘Christ’s Hospital’ (also known as the Bluecoat School). It is located in stunning English countryside between London and Brighton. The closest town is Horsham which is 2km away. London Victoria 35 minutes away by train from Horsham

Accredited by these organisations : ICEF, English UK