Be a Viking – Wild Woodies Summer Holiday Club

Chesworth Farm Wild Woodies Summer Holiday Club. Wednesday, 14th August 2019 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Be a Viking A day of fantastic outdoor activities for children aged 6-11years. Spend a day as a Viking. Viking children did not go to school so find out what life was like in the Viking age. Learn safe […]

The Butterfly Ball and The Grasshoppers Feast – Family Event

To the Butterfly’s Ball and the Grasshoppers Feast. All are invited, both insect and beast! Join us for a day of family fun searching for the belles of the Ball at Chesworth Farm Moth and small mammal trapping, sweep netting and pond dipping. Whilst we sip hot chocolate, what will the newts be drinking? Worms […]

Wildlife Watch

Wildlife Watch is for 5-11 year olds with accompanying adults. Horsham – Chesworth Farm Wildlife Watch -Starts on Saturday, 9th March 2019 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM 2nd Saturday of the month – 9 March, 6 April (1st Saturday), 11 May and 8 June 2019 (4 sessions) – with Tamara 10.30am – 12.30pm. Bring your […]

Half Term Fun

Come and check out our winter wildlife, with outdoor and indoor activities for accompanied children up to the age of twelve. A drop-in event running between 10.30 am to 3.00 pm. £3 per child. Accompanying adults free. Enquiries: please phone 01403 756238 or call in to the Heron’s Rest Café in the Visitor Centre between […]

Apple Howling

Apple Howling or ‘wassailing’ is an ancient custom in which the ‘evil’ spirits are driven out and the ‘good’ spirits are encouraged to produce a good apple crop for the following year’s cider. The Chanctonbury Ring Morris Men revived this tradition in Sussex in January 1967 and it has become an essential part of Christmas […]

New Year’s Day Walk

Explore this Hidden Gem and its winter wildlife with a leisurely guided walk of about two hours, organised by The Friends of Warnham Local Nature Reserve. Please wear suitable clothing and footwear. Meet outside the Visitor Centre at 10.30 am There is no charge for this event, but donations would be appreciated. To make a […]

Chesworth Farm; A Horsham District Hidden Gem

Did you know within a stone’s throw of Horsham town centre you can walk or ride through 90 acres of beautiful countryside any day of the year? Chesworth Farm dates back to before 1086 and one of Henry VIII’s wives, Katherine Howard, once lived next door at Chesworth House. Chesworth Farm is one of the […]