Today(7th August 2014) visited Parham,a Country House with Gardens,complete with Cricket Pitch and Church,and far reaching views over the Sussex Countryside & Downland. I took my elderly Mother,86 yesterday,who has walking difficulties,and was pleased to see that most paths accomodated for her wheels,around the Estate. She & I enjoyed the well stocked walled garden,laid out with a few old seats,the mixed orchard including the resident free roaming large breed chickens.Flowers to the house come from this garden.Not a National Trust/English Heritage Property,but run by a Charitable Trust. Has a small tea room/restaurant on-site,and if you do agree the tax refund on your entery fee,your rewarded with a Tea/Coffee and Bicky ,should you want one.Clean on-site loos too!Several Coach parties whilst we were there,and all easily fitting in within the large grounds. Lawned Carpark on a slight hill.But those who are wheelchair bound(not my Mother,)you can park nearer the house.You can pay House & Garden or just Garden.Your choice!
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