West Horsley Place is a Grade I listed mediaeval manor house and estate of great beauty and historic significance. The manor house dates from 1425, though there has been a building on site since Saxon times. The house is currently on Historic England's Heritage At Risk Register and along with the outbuildings is in a very bad state of repair. 

The West Horsley Place Trust aims to restore the house, gardens, 380-acre estate and 8 Grade II listed outbuildings to create a vibrant centre for the performing and visual arts and the teaching of crafts. After 1000 years of private ownership West Horsley Place will be reborn as a place for everyone to enjoy, whether as a visitor to the house or garden or as a student learning a new craft. There is a great history to be discovered, and a new role for this grand old house to play in its community. 

Walled Garden Appeal

Support us to uncover the secrets of the gardens of West Horsley Place.

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Author: catherine Day

Target amount: £10,000.00

Amount raised: £4,456.00

West Horsley Place Awarded National Lottery Heritage Fund Grant

We are delighted to announce that West Horsley Place Trust has been awarded a £126,000 grant by The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Made possible by National Lottery players, the grant will support West Horsley Place: An Historic Estate without Barriers

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Author: clare clinton

Getting to Know Our Trustees. . . Adrian Lajtha

Chair of our trustees, Adrian, shares his love of WHP, his hopes for the Trust's future and his passion for the arts.

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Author: clare clinton

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