Petworth Wedding Cars
Petworth Wedding Cars available are the Rolls Royce Phantom I, the Rolls Royce Statesman de Ville and the Rolls Royce Silver Cloud, the Bentley R-Type and the Bentley S1. Wedding Cars Petworth are also the Triumph, Riley and Mercedes.
Petworth is mentioned in the Domesday Book. It is best known as the location of the stately home Petworth House, the grounds of which (known as Petworth Park) are the work of Capability Brown. The house and its grounds are now owned and maintained by the National Trust.
In the early 17th century, the question of Petworth's status as an honour or a town came up when the Attorney General charged William Levett of Petworth, Gent., son of Anthony Levett, with "having unlawfully usurped divers privileges within the town of Petworth, which was parcel of the Honour of Arundel." William Levett's son Nicholas became rector of Westbourne, West Sussex.
Another historic attraction in the town, Petworth Cottage Museum in High Street, is a museum of domestic life for poor estate workers in the town in about 1910. At that time the cottage was the home of Mrs. Cummings, a seamstress, whose drunkard husband had been a farrier in the Royal Irish Hussars and on the Petworth estate.
The lovely wedding venues of Grittenham Barn, Duncton Mill and Bartholomew Barn are nearby.