The Sussex based sculptor Simon Groves, who created also our Time Line Totem, carved the three cows from a 180-year old oak tree, which came from the Petworth estate. The Montefiores kept prize-winning cattle at Worth Park. Buildings remaining from the large estate complex are still standing today on Grattons Drive. The sculptures have been erected on front of the ha-ha, an unobtrusive gardening feature, which had been used for many years (e.g. mentioned in Jane Austen novels) to keep cattle and deer out of the formal gardens.
Latest Awards South and South East in Bloom 2017:Worth Park were given a Silver-Gilt Award in the Heritage Category on Wednesday, 20th SeptemberDecember 2016: The gardens were awarded the prestigiousLandscape Institute Heritage and Conservation Awardfor thePulham Garden at Worth Park
After the August break, our programme will continue on Tuesday, 11th September.Andy Thomaswill talk about “The Crop Circle Mystery”.2 p.m. at Ridley’s CourtMontefiore Room
Enjoy the outdoors and learn more about gardeningfrom the Park’s Gardeners!
All the following events start at 10.30 a.m. Meet at the entrance to Ridley’s Court, Milton Mount Avenue RH10 3DH. No need to book.9th August: History of the Montefiore Family 23rd August: Health Walk 13th September: Learn about Pulham & Son 27th September: Health WalkMore information
The Gardening Group continuously maintains as many flower beds as possible in the Park