Welcome to Horam Manor Farm
In the lea of the South Downs, and on the edge of the Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and to the north of the South Downs National Park, Horam Manor Farm is a cluster of traditional barns and cartlodges in the setting of an unspoilt area of Sussex countryside.
Once a site of the Wealden iron industry, the Farm now offers a wide range of different habitats, including open grassland, meadows, ancient woodlands, streams and Tudor hammer ponds. It is part of the Countryside Stewardship programme, which supports ecologically friendly rural management.
Visit the small museum and courtyard, walk one of the several different nature trails, enjoy a meal or a drink at the lakeside café – or if you feel more adventurous, visit the riding stables or fish the quiet woodland ponds.
• Nature trails through ancient woodlands past mediaeval hammer ponds
• Sussex Farm Museum & courtyard with traditional farm machinery
• Lakeside Café serving teas and hot meals
• Craft Workshops • Fishery • Riding Stables & Livery
OPEN WEEKEND - SATURDAY 5th and SUNDAY 6th APRIL
10am to 4pm – Free entry
Join in craft workshops for adults and children at our newly restored and opened Cartlodge • enjoy live music • learn about local farming history • see WW1 vintage engines in action.
pony rides • face-painting • Have-a-Go fishing • bouncy castle • Easter craft activities.
Stalls with gifts, vintage, crafts, plants, cakes and cards.
Lakeside Café specials.
Saturday: drumming circle Sunday: Heathfield Silver Band.
Watch here for more details.
NEW ARRIVAL AT HORAM MANOR FARM
|Our new goat is now named Eliza. She seems to be thriving and Bella and Eliza are getting on much better now.
The old cartlodge is currently being converted to a centre for workshops, events, exhibitions and clubs. Details from