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Chesworth Farm

Cows in Chesworth Farm meadow

Explore beautiful meadows just 10 minutes from Horsham town centre

Horsham District’s parks and countryside sites are vitally important at this time. However, social distancing, as set out by the Government, is absolutely crucial. We have therefore put in place some restrictions. Find full details on the Coronavirus: Parks, leisure and venues page.
All events and gatherings, including volunteer activities have been postponed until further notice and this will be reviewed in due course. Please follow the government guidance on social distancing if you do visit one of our sites.

Chesworth Farm has 90 glorious acres of colourful meadows and ancient hedgerows to explore. Criss-crossed with footpaths and bridleways, it is conveniently located just a 10-minute walk from Horsham town centre. It’s the perfect place for a family bike ride away from busy roads, and popular with dog walkers. The main paths are wheelchair accessible.

Chesworth Farm is open all day and entry is free.


The main entry to Chesworth Farm is at the end of Queensway, off Brighton Road (A281). The nearest car park is located off Denne Road, with limited controlled parking along Queensway and Chesworth Lane. There are various other entrances from surrounding roads.

Cycle to Chesworth Farm

Chesworth Farm is on the Pedlars Way cycle route between Horsham and Southwater. To find out more, click the link below.

Chesworth Farm cycle route

Friends of Chesworth Farm

Friends of Chesworth Farm is a group of local volunteers who support the farm and represent the views of its visitors. They help to carry out conservation work and visitor surveys, working in partnership with Horsham District Council.

Friends of Chesworth Farm

Sussex Wildlife Trust

Sussex Wildlife Trust is a conservation charity working across East and West Sussex. The team organises family-friendly events at Chesworth Farm.

View upcoming events

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