Fungal Foray

The Devil's Dyke fungi hunt - part 1
Join mycologist Martin Allinson for a day of recording as many species of fungi as possible across Newtimber Hill on Friday 6th October from 9:30am to 3:00pm. Wear suitable clothing and bring lunch. Tea and cake will be served upon return to Saddlescombe. Supervised children are welcome. Booking essential. Click the image for more information.

Newtimber Country and Vintage Fayre

In the field next to the church in Church Lane (BN6 9BT) on Sunday 23 July 2017 from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm

Puppet shows and face painting for children, Vintage stalls, archery, plants, The Yoga Garden, jewellery, pottery, food including a hog roast, French creperie van, homemade cakes, tea and soft drinks and much much more.

Entrance – adults £1 children are free.
Free parking in the field just before the church.

All proceeds split between Newtimber Church and Wellbeing of Women (Birthright).

In Like Flint

Sussex Living June 2017

From the Norman castle at Lewes to 17th-century Fulking manor house, Newtimber Place, dozens of historic Mid Sussex landmarks are built from flint.
[Hanna Lindon, “What lies beneath”, Sussex Living, June 2017]

Newtimber Place Gardens

Newtimber Place NGS
The gardens at Newtimber Place will be open as part of the NGS (National Gardens Scheme) on Sunday 23rd April between 2pm and 5.30pm. The gardens are lovely at this time of year with stunning daffodils and beautiful fritillaries. Beautiful Grade I listed C16/C17 moated house (not open). Gardens and woods full of bulbs and wild flowers in spring. Herbaceous border and lawns. Moat flanked by water plants. Mature trees. Wild garden, ducks, chickens and fish. Tea and home made cakes in aid of the church. There are ducks, chickens and guinea fowl wandering around so dogs need to be kept on a lead. Admission £4.00, children free.