Car Travel and Parking
Storrington has a well-connected road system for undemanding car travel to larger local towns and facilities. The main Sussex coastal towns like Brighton, Shoreham and Worthing are all within easy reach, as are Horsham and Chichester for shopping and entertainment. And then there is the opportunity to explore the quieter downland byways and other local villages.
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.
Car Sharing (sustainable transport)
West Sussex Carshare Scheme
You may live close to someone you work with, without even knowing. West Sussex Car Share helps people living or working in the area to find others going their way, so they can share lifts. Over 4,000 people have already joined the free scheme, so the chances of finding others going your way are good! Whether you’re seeking or offering a lift, or want to take turns driving, West Sussex Car Share can help you reduce your travel costs, make new friends and reduce your impact on the environment. The scheme can be used for any journey – regular, occasional or one-off, and is particularly useful for commuters.
Co-wheels Car Club
Horsham’s car club: West Sussex County Council has worked with Co-wheels to launch the car club in Horsham as part of their programme to provide real alternatives to car ownership.
Once you are signed up as a member, you can pre-book cars online or over the phone from a location near you. You take your smartcard along to the car, hold it over the reader and the car will open. At the end of your booking, return the car back into its bay, and your debit card will be charged. Co-wheels send you an invoice for your use each month. It is as simple as that.