In Sussex, despite its nearness to London, there is a good selection of the work of local foundries. This is perhaps an echo of the Wealden iron industry which was active since Roman times. The following ironfounders are listed in Kelly's 1915 county directory:
Burgess Hill. Hole, Ernest, Mill Road (advert)
Chichester. Halstead & Sons Ltd., 81 & 82, East Street
Chichester. Triggs Brothers, 174, Oving Road
Horsham. Horsham Engineering Works (H.J. & E.W.S.Lintott), near Railway Station
Hurst Green. Oakley, Albert
Lewes. Every, John, Phoenix Iron Works
Pulborough. Penfold, James Ltd. Also Arundel
Rye. Jones, Edward Percy S. Rother Iron Works
Worthing. Kimmins, Alfred H. & Co., Providence Terrace, Lyndhurst Road
G.Virgo, Edward Rd, Brighton. An early worn example whose inscription is not clear.
Chichester Corporation Water Meter.
London, A.C. Woodrow & Co. City of Chichester sewer.
H. & E. Lintott Ltd, Meter, Horsham. Seen in Worthing.
H. & E. Lintott Ltd, Sewer, Horsham. Seen in Chichester.
Every Phoenix Ironworks, Lewes. Seen in Brighton
A. Kimmins, W.T.C. Worthing.
E.T.Patching, Sanitary engineer, Worthing.
Air tight inspection cover, Frank Sandell & Sons, Sanitary plumbers, Worthing.
WRDC. A Worthing Rural District Council commissioned casting seen in Bosham.