Pulborough Certificated Locations
The village of Pulborough in West Sussex sits on the banks of the River Arun and was once thought to be a key stopping point for the Romans on the route between Chichester and London.
To the west of the village are the remains of Pulborough Castle, built to overlook the river, which was a key transportation route through Sussex.
One of the village's main attractions is the nearby RSPB Pulborough Brooks Nature Reserve, which attracts plentiful birdlife thanks to the regular flooding that happens across the Arun Valley every winter.
The flooding itself is often an awesome sight, either from the village itself or a vantage point up on the Downs.