The history behind Park Farm

About one mile NW of Arundel, the current 365 acres was at one time part of the Medieval Arundel Park from which it derives its name. The Park at that time extended North and West over much of Rewell forest; and the Duke would enter the Park on hunting expeditions by the lodges, at the bottom of the Chichester Road.  The name of this route is still called 'Park Bottom'.
 
The Park was not turned into a farm until the early 19th century and became the 'Home Farm', producing most of the food for the castle. This was until the first tenant arrived in 1914.
 
As you drive onto the entrance road off the A27 and look right, you will see the remains of the deer leaps and banks which surround most of the farm.
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Park Farm, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 0AG

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