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Chesworth Farm

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Attraction Information

Chesworth Farm is a secret paradise where you can see colourful wildflower displays; have a family walk or cycle ride well away from any roads; where you can watch owls fly during the day and walk through clouds of butterflies; where you can meet friendly cows and see rare sheep in a natural countryside setting which has been a farm since before 1086!

The farm is a 90 acre site of wild grassland and ancient hedgerow. It is also a farm steeped in history, where two of Henry VIIIs wives – Anne Boleyn and Katherine Howard – once lived. The farm is managed as a livestock farm, with numerous footpaths around the site, incorporating grassland, the River Arun, wet meadow, ancient hedgerows, and access to the greater countryside.

It can be explored either via the Horsham to Southwater cycle route, (Peddlars Way) or as part of Horshams Riverside Walk, following the River Arun. A network of bridleways also crosses the site.

Opening hours

Daylight access



Chesworth Lane,
West Sussex,
RH13 0AA.,

Phone number

01403 731218 / 01403 256890


Free admission


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