Gardeners in Horsham

An introduction to the town and some insider tips on places to visit as well as our 3 favourite lunch spots!

In 2020 Horsham was ranked 4th in the Halifax Quality of Life Survey. It has lots going for it then including; a cultural mix of heritage and state-of-the-art attractions. At its heart, the bustling Carfax is alive with regular markets, bandstand entertainment and an assortment of enticing shops. Nearby you can find the serenity of the Causeway, home to the historic museum, art gallery and a treasure trove of 17th century properties.

There is also the multi-million pound transformation of Piries Place now housing a contemporary Everyman cinema, the reputable White Brasserie Company and impressive high-quality shopping. Familiar high-street and independent retailers can be found in the convenient Swan Walk Centre. Fine-dining and 5-star spa hotels, pubs, delicatessen, bakeries, ample parking facilities and a choice of supermarkets are at hand in and around Horsham, serving the lifestyle needs of the whole family.

Chesworth Farm

Some of our favourite places to visit are Chesworth Farm

Just a 10 minute stroll from Horsham town centre, is one of the district’s truly hidden gems.

Covering 90 acres, Chesworth Farm is not only steeped in history, it is a paradise of wild flowers, grass meadows and ancient hedgerows. Dating back to at least 1086, the farm was once home to Catherine Howard, the fifth wife of Henry VIII, but today it is a managed farm alive with nature and  popular with walkers, dog lovers, horse riders and cyclists.

The River Arun winds its way through the farm and a host of paths and boardwalks follow its meandering flow. Cycle enthusiasts can explore the Pedlars Way cycle route which connects Horsham to the neighbouring village of Southwater.

Remember to keep an eye out for the resident sheep, goats and llamas that call the farm ‘home’.

Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens

The most spectacular spring woodland gardens in England’

In 2019, Leonardslee Lakes & Gardens opened its doors after a closure of 10 years, this magnificent Grade I listed garden was nearly lost forever and has been the subject of the largest garden restoration in England and possibly Europe.

These spectacular and ancient gardens are now open for the public to enjoy once again. Many people in the local area have fond memories of their visits and life around these gardens, and we aim to protect this magnificent heritage so that future generations get to enjoy these beautiful green spaces and flora and fauna within.   (courtesy of

Wine Estates…

In recent years there has been a huge increase in the number of wineries in the uk and Sussex is home to several well established estates including The Bolney Estate and the Albourne Estate.

Photo: Bolney Estate Vineyard

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Our 3 favourite lunch spots are; The Bridge Inn in Amberley, The Half Moon in Kirdford (ok it’s 25 minutes from Horsham but well worth the jaunt!) and The Green Man in Partridge Green.

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