© Worth Park Friends 2024
Worth Park Friends and Crawley Borough Council have been working together since 2009 to secure Heritage Lottery Funding for Worth Park. Now, that the Park has been successfully restored to its former glory, we meet on the second Tuesday of the month in the Montefiore Room at Ridley’s Court and enjoy talks given by speakers about various subjects. Via this website, we like to inform you about the park’s   history as well as the architectural features. You will also find extensive information about the park’s flora    and    fauna which can be enjoyed at any time in Worth Park. Main features of the park are Ridley’s Court , containing a fully refurbished meeting room and interpretation centre, the formal gardens with the Camellia Walk , which is unique in its design, the large Pulham Fountain , an Italianate Terrace (also by James Pulham and Son), Croquet lawns and the lake with four small islands .


Worth Park Pound Hill, Crawley, West Sussex, England

Latest Updates:

Tom’s latest Bird Blog (07/05/2024) Worth Park Conservation Document 2024/2025 New Award! Worth Park has been given National Plant collection status (Plant Heritage) for Achillea filipendulina and Achillea millefolium cvs; 29th Nov 2023 Congratulations to our busy gardeners and volunteers! Worth Park received the Green Flag and Green Heritage Awards for yet another year. 18/07/2023 Wildflower Experiment using biodegradable matting published by our Head Gardener Tree Trail 2023 Plants of Worth Park: Papaver orientale Victorian Plants series: Perovskia atriplicifolia Worth Park Trees: Acer rubrum and more
All pictures were taken in the formal gardens by our Head Gardener, Stephen Peters; received on 21st July 2023. Our Gallery has just been updated with spring blossom photos, taken on 21st March 2024 by Tom Howard-Jones.