(100 Feb 5th 1851)
Horsham, February 4th 1851.
Having received a report from the Horsham Fire Brigade respecting the inefficiency of the supply of the Fire Engines for this and the neighbouring parishes, we took the opportunity of laying it before the Vestry Meeting which was held on Thursday last, when it was considered expedient to address the Churchwardens and principal Inhabitants of the different parishes on the subject, and inform them that the Engine at Horsham (which, however, is a powerful one), is the only one within a circle of at least twelve miles.
To render efficient aid to the surrounding district, it is deemed desirable that another Engine of similar force should be purchased, the cost of which would be about One Hundred and Twenty Pounds.
The present Engine having been bought but a few years since, solely at the expense of Horsham parish, we suggest that a new one be bought by contributions from the neighbouring parishes, to be called the District Engine. Should this call be responded to, we propose that both Engines be at the service of those parishes which contribute towards the purchase of this new one. The present Engine House is sufficiently large to hold the two.
The Fire Brigade established here (a well organised and efficient body,) have offered their services to undertake the management and care of them.
We shall feel obliged by an early answer to our request, and trust your views will coincide with our own.
We Remain, Your Obedient Servants, John Thorpe, Thomas Lee, Charles Aldridge, Churchwardens

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