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Parham House & Gardens

Blog & News

Blog : 21st October 2019

Introducing our new Artist in Residence, Diana de Vere Cole

We are delighted to announce that the artist Diana de Vere Cole has been appointed as our Artist in Residence for 2019 – 2020.

Blog : 25th September 2019

The forester with Parham roots

Following in the footsteps of his Father and Grandfather who both also worked on the Estate, Jim takes care of Parham’s parkland and forest.

Blog : 23rd September 2019

The planting of our Pumpkin Tunnel

From seed to sapling, Parham Gardener Max Crisfield tells us about the creation of the spectacular Pumpkin Tunnel that has been so popular with our Garden visitors.

Blog : 20th September 2019

On The Menu: Spiced Squash, Parham Apple and Cider Soup

Over the season we will be sharing regular recipes from our in-house chef, Neil Rusbridger. You can find these delicious recipes featured on our seasonal menu in the Big Kitchen. We hope you enjoy making these dishes to enjoy for yourself.

Blog : 30th August 2019

Parham welcomes back evacuee Ron Callon for 80th anniversary of evacuation

This September marks 80 years since Parham was home to thirty evacuee children in World War II. To commemorate this special anniversary, Parham welcomed back evacuee Ron Callon and his family for a memorable visit this year.

Blog : 26th August 2019

Creating Parham style Cut Flower Displays

In our latest ‘People of Parham’ feature, we speak to Sally Adams from our Flower Team, who helps create our magnificent Cut Flower displays. 

Blog : 12th August 2019

Q&A with award-winning artist Gordon Rushmer

As part of the celebrations for Horsham Year of Culture, Parham will be hosting a Watercolour Exhibition by award-winning local painter, Gordon Rushmer. Accents on the Landscape – Ancient Churches of West Sussex will be on display in the Seed Room from 1st – 15th September. Here we speak to Gordon about what inspired his work and what visitors can look forward to seeing.