This gardening great was the first major influence on the Sheffield Park landscape. Read on to discover what remains of his work.
In 2018 we celebrated the work of Humphry Repton, an eighteenth century garden designer, on the bicentenary of his death. Read on to discover how he influenced the design of Sheffield Park and the mystery of the Red Book that never was.
Discover more about Arthur Soames, the owner of Sheffield Park in the early 1900s and his influence on the garden that we can still see today.
Sheffield Park has long had associations with cricket, the first match being played here in 1845. Read on to find out more about our cricket legacy.
Discover the stories of Sheffield Park during the Second World War and find out where on the estate you can still see evidence of the past.
Read about how Sheffield Park and Garden became a key training ground for Canadian soldiers during the Second World War.