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The Gardens

Memory Walls & Summer House

Directly to the north of the garden’s centre are the Memory Walls, low stone walls built in 1965 by Veronica Tritton in memory of her father Clive Pearson.  Today the walls are planted with roses and clematis, and the small lawns have cicles of apple trees with a large Bramley standing near the Summer House.  The cherubs contained in the Summer House were rescued by Clive Pearson from the Parham churchyard.

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The beautiful gardens at Parham House in Sussex UK

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