The North Gateway to Roffey Park - where the remainder of once very ornate gatesis seen (the gates were stolen and
must have been worth a great deal)
The North Lodge which had been renovated and fitted out in 1944 when the Secretary of Roffey Park Rehabilitation Centre needed space for his family.
Old Queen Mary visit to Roffey Park in 1946
Former resident of North Lodge as a child revisits the rhodedendron lake, Rookfield Pond.
The North Lodge 1969, now derelict and soon to be demolished in preparations for the motorway.
In the 40s until the 1970s there was a paddock for horses and ponies adjavent to the driveway.
Formerly annexed to Roffey Park Rehabilitation Centre during the war and later; Beedingwood in Forest Road - 1987
Ancient beech beside Rookfield Pond 2004
Closer look at the ancient beech of memory
Great beech tree close to Rookfield pond in 1969, destroyed in Sussex Gale 1987
Roffey Park in 1965
Roffey Park drive 2004
Access to drive denied after Roffey Park was taken over by new owners
Sweet chestnut grove seen from driveway (2004)
Summer 2004 - Rookfield Pond in Roffey Park