Saturday, August 05, 2017

Tour of Broadwater Cemetery - August 2017

Michael Parrott reported that there were 86 members of the public at the 5 August tour at Broadwater Cemetery, Worthing. The only vandals are the grass-cutting contractors who have taken out a couple of chips of marble from the kerb stone of Jefferies’ grave and also have damaged memorial trees with strimmers. The Friends of Broadwater Cemetery have lodged a complaint and this is being taken seriously by the council. They should too - the Jefferies’ grave is a Grade II listed building. The memorial garden wild flowers are going over now; there are still geraniums and mallows low down in the grass. The memorial mulberry tree leaves are a bit spotty and most of the fruit was battered down by recent heavy rain. The photographs are supplied by Mr Parrott. 

Richard Jefferies' grave tended by Michael Parrott

Jefferies-Hudson Memorial Garden with bench supplied by the Richard Jefferies Society 

Entrance to Broadwater Cemetery

Friday, June 16, 2017

Duncan Pepper

Friday, June 09, 2017

Exhibition at the Richard Jefferies Museum

Terry Humphries and Susan Carr have an exhibition of work at the Richard Jefferies Museum Gallery which includes paintings and drawings made in and around the museum.

Monday, June 05, 2017


From the left: Angus Maclennan, John Price and Richard Fortey
The Richard Jefferies Society and The White Horse Bookshop Writer's Prize has been awarded to British palaeontologist, natural historian, writer and broadcaster Richard Fortey for The Wood for the Trees (William Collins). From a short list of five, the panel judged that the book best met the criterion of reflecting themes or topics broadly consistent with Jefferies’ writing.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Connections and Inspirations: the Influence of Richard Jefferies on Writers and Poets


SATURDAY 24 June 2017

Connections and Inspirations: the Influence of Richard Jefferies on Writers and Poets

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Sunday, March 05, 2017