🏴 Pulborough is a large village and civil parish in the Horsham district of West Sussex, England. It is located almost centrally within West Sussex and is 42 miles south west of London. It is at the junction of the north–south A29 and the east–west roads. The village is near the confluence of the River Arun and the River Rother, on the Stane Street Roman road from London to Chichester. It looks southwards over the broad flood plain of the tidal Arun to a backdrop of the South Downs. It is on the northern boundary of the newly established South Downs National Park. Pulborough is also home to the South Downs Light Railway with its narrow gauge steam and diesel trains running regularly throughout the summer, and a more limited service through the colder months.
Pulborough has a population of over 6,147 people. Pulborough also forms part of the wider Horsham district which has a population of over 131,300 people. Pulborough is situated 22 km north-west of Worthing.