The steeple of St. Bartholomew's Church (13th century) rises above this quiet corner of Horley, with the Church House (16th century) in the left foreground and the Six Bells Inn (15th century) at center. Behind the Six Bells runs the River Mole, which links to the site of the Horley Mill about a mile downstream. Photograph 1998 by Reg Watts.

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