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Petworth Deer Park

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Today we explore the beautiful grounds of Petworth Deer Park in Petworth. The 700 acre site is looked after by the National Trust and boasts stunning views of the rolling hills of the South Downs and Black Down.

In this episode, we follow a 3 mile walk designed by the National Trust called 'A walk through the Park at Petworth, inspired by Capability Brown'. There are four walks to choose from, which all range in length and difficulty. 

Join us as we go in search for the 700 fallow deer that call Petworth Park their home and wander past the main features beautifully designed by Capability Brown, sharing some interesting facts along the way!

You can listen by clicking the play button below or click the 'Download Single' button to download the MP3 track to listen to it offline. 

We started the
walk at sunrise.
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The mounds of Petworth Park.
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A frosty start...
The mansion
in the distance.
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Craft Activity

This episode's craft activity is inspired by stunning view of the sunrise which filled the sky with vibrant reds, oranges, yellows, blues and deep purples. A deer also stands proudly at the front of our Sunrise Picture representing just one of the 700 that live at Petworth Park. 

Download the How-To Guide HERE which gives you simple step by step instructions of how to make the craft.

You can also watch the

How-to Video here >>>

The beautiful
sunrise!
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