Carters Storrington Retail Outlet and Warehouse
6 Robell Way, Water Lane, Storrington, West Sussex, RH20 3DW
tel: 01903 745100
We moved into this 40,000sq ft warehouse in 2006 giving us the ability to store huge volumes of stock ready to be delivered to our customers in the shortest possible time. The retail sales outlet was added in 2010 and has become a very popular as a destination store for customers in this lovely part of Sussex within a mile of the South Downs National park.
Carters is a independent domestic appliance retailer based in Sussex. We have six stores all stocked with kitchen appliances that will look great in your home. Our range of all goods for sale at these local areas include items such as washing machines, tumble dryers, dishwashers, vacuum cleaners, microwaves, electric fires, cookers, range cookers, kitchen hobs and all kinds of refrigeration.
Storrington is found on the on the northern edge of the South Downs in the Horsham District of West Sussex, England. Storrington is the closest village to the mid-point of the South Downs Way. The majority of the town centre is designated a conservation area. The main shopping street (The High Street) is on the A283 which runs through the middle of Storrington to Steyning in the east and Pulborough in the west.
Storrington is a lively village with a great deal to offer its residents and visitors . It has a large recreation ground with football and cricket pitches and a spacious leisure centre with an excellent gym. Enjoy looking around the variety of shops and businesses. There are several banks, a selection of pubs and restaurants, a regular community market, a museum, a post office and a library. The main supermarket is Waitrose. The Carters Retail Outlet and Warehouse is found to the north of the main town in the Water Lane Industrial estate.
Storrington is a market town with a that dates back to the Saxon period. At the time of the Domesday Book Storrington was known as Estorchestone, or place of the storks. It has a long history as a market town, with a market charter granted in 1399. It later became a centre for tanning as well as a centre for rabbit breeding.
Storrington became the home for a number of artists including the poet Francis Thompson (1859-1907) who spent two years trying to beat opium addiction, and Hilaire Belloc who stayed there in 1906. The noted composer Sir Arnold Bax also lived in Storrington.
People ask us:
Where do I find your store?
Very easy. If coming from the North, East or South use the Washington roundabout on the A24 to drive west towards Storrington on the A283. After approx one mile then turn right into Water Lane following the sign to the Industrial estate. The road then passes a sand quary on the right and reaches a mini roundabout in less than a mile from the turning. Proceed straight over and the industrial estate then starts in 400 yards on the left. Take the first major road to the left and we are to be found just 100 yards on the left. It is large building you can't miss it!
If coming from the West you should head towards the centre of Storrington using the A283 and turn left 50 yards after the last set of traffic lights into School Hill which takes you up the hill past the Fire Station. Be careful as there is a speed camera further on. The road then descends to a mini roundabout where you take the 1st exit into Water Lane. As mentioned above we are to be found by driving 400 yards and taking the first major road on the left. We can then be found on the left just 100 yards up the Hill.