Horsham, in West Sussex, was not mentioned in the Domesday book, despite having been founded at least 140 years earlier. Perhaps the horse traders at the fair which gave the town its name were trying to avoid the Tax Inspectors, or perhaps there was a rare Norman oversight. As the birthplace of the poet Shelley, the historic Cricket Ground, and the site of the lamented King and Barnes brewery, Horsham has many claims to historical fame, and is now one of the most thriving, interesting and pleasant places to live in West Sussex.

With many mature homes being renovated, Horsham regularly sees our vans bringing quality granite and quartz worktops to the kitchens of this historic town.

Mrs Handley chose Blue Pearl granite for her kitchen, and was kind enough to send us the following testimionial:

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