There are two fountains on the 62 acre Witley Court and Gardens grounds. Both were designed by William Andrews Nesfield in the 1850s. The larger of them is a Victorian fountain depicting Perseus and Andromeda and was restored to working order by English Heritage. The fountain turns on every hour during the day and I can assure you – it is a beautiful and unforgettable view. The highest jet reaches a height of up to 30 meters. The smaller fountain called The Flora Fountain on the East Parterre is partly damaged and does not work.

The Perseus and Andromeda Fountain

The Flora Fountain

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