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ARUNDEL, SUSSEX
 

 
Arundel
Livestock Market & High Street
c.1880
 
postcard unused
in house archive 12
 
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Arundel
High Street
Market Place & Norfolk Arms
c.1890s
 
Note station Omnibus
 
postcard unused
in house archive 13
 
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Arundel
High Street
c.1896
 
photograph
donated: Pauline Tucker, Chichester
 
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Arundel
High Street
c.1900
 
postcard, posted 1901
Anderson collection
 
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Arundel
High Street
c.1912-14
 
postcard, unposted
donated: Pauline Tucker, Chichester
 
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Arundel
High Street
c. v.early 1920s
 
postcard
Anderson collection
 
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Arundel
High Street
c.1920s-1930
 
postcard
Whitcomb Collection
 
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Arundel
High Street
c.1950s
 
postcards x2, unposted
contributed: Pauline Tucker, Chichester
& in house archive 13
 
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Livestock Market


A market at Arundel existed from the time the place had become urban, and certainly by 1086, when the earl's sheriff took market dues from men living outside the honor.
By 1288 there were two markets, on Mondays and Thursdays.
The town council still owned the market in 1891, when cattle, pigs, and sheep were sold but only in a small way. The market had presumably begun to decline after the opening in 1882 of Barnham market, which was better served by the railway.
It had ceased by 1903
 

Norfolk Arms


Norfolk Arms opened in 1785, the landlord of the George later moving there.
By 1799 fashionable visitors from Brighton stayed there. It was the chief coaching inn of the town and from 1850 it offered a railway carrier and omnibus service.
There was a garage at the hotel by 1910 ran by G. W. Hare including a car hire business.
 
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