Storrington location – finding your way
How to get to Storrington, where to park and how to find your way around.
By train (see Public Transport for details).
The nearest station is Pulborough which has a half-hourly service to and from London and connections with a number of West Sussex coastal towns. The bus service between Storrington and Pulborough is scheduled to synchronise with the train times. There is a taxi office at the station, but passengers are advised to check availability before travelling and pre-book if necessary (see Taxi Firms).
By bus (see Public Transport for details)
There are regular bus services to and from Pulborough railway station, Worthing, and Horsham. The service to and from Chichester is weekly (Wednesdays).
Storrington’s main shopping street (the High Street) is on the A283 which runs through the middle of Storrington to Steyning in the east and Pulborough in the west. For satnav the postcode RH20 4DJ brings you to the centre of the village, but the information shown below for each of the car parks includes its postcode as well as a drop-down map so you can see where it is in the village.
There is also a drop-down map at the top of every page on this website (click the brown triangle) showing where Storrington is in relation to local towns. To get full Google map options (e.g. directions finder) click the white Google logo at the botton left-hand corner of the map to launch Google Maps.
Public Car Parks
The main car parks are operated by Horsham District Council. Discs / Vouchers must be displayed between 09.00 – 18.00 hrs Monday to Saturday (except Bank Holidays). Details of the discs and vouchers and where to obtain them are shown in the notes for each car park. Please note that the Council parking enforcement team allow time for you to obtain your disc and vouchers.
Find your way around
There is a drop-down map at the top of every page on this website (click the brown triangle). Zoom in to find the street details. Then if you go to the Shopping page you can find what’s available street by street. Every entry for the businesses (and other organisations) that you find on this site has a drop-down map showing its location.
If you’re moving in to the area and want to know all about Council Tax, Waste Collection etc. this link will help:New to Horsham District
And the County Council has pulled together this information to help make the most of your leisure time:Leisure, Recreation & Community
But please check out the menu at the top of each page of the website – our aim is to provide information about all aspects of life within the parish for residents, visitors, businesses, and people working in the area.