Notice Board, Links and Ordering Instructions

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Publication of Original Pulham Documents

  • Click on the ‘Archive’ Button to link to .pdf copies of Publications, Catalogues, Reports, Letters and Diaries etc relating to the lives and work of James Pulham and Son.   They include:
    • The Lockwood Reminisces
    • Working with Thomas Smith
    • Picturesque Ferneries and Rock Garden Scenery’ by James 2
    • The Fred Rickett Diaries
    • Garden Ornament Catalogue
    • .  .  .  and more .  .  .
  • Click on ‘Book Shop’ for a more direct and efficient way to order and qualify for your 40% discount per copy of ‘Rock Landscapes: The Pulham Legacy’

Keep up-to-date with all the latest Pulham News.   Click the News Desk Button to access the Pulham News Letters Archive

Button - Gazetteer Direct Links to more than 100 illustrated articles written by Claude Hitching on gardens, parks and features created by James Pulham and Son.
Button - Picture Puzzles Complete a Jigsaw, and create a beautiful picture of a genuine Pulham garden scene.
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Check out the principal People and Places – plus a few selected photographs – featured in each Chapter of ‘Rock Landscapes’
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18 thoughts on “Notice Board, Links and Ordering Instructions

  1. Good news. Should be a good read and an invaluable resource to any horticulturalist or gardener keen to explore this amazing period of creativity in gardens.

  2. Very interesting, thankyou. You might be interested to know that, in the interests of directing visitors and enhancing their understanding of the history of the garden, we now refer to the waterfall between 1st and 2nd lake as “the Pulham Falls”. Twice a week (Tuesday and Friday) we open the sluice gates for an hour at Midday. This is proving to be very popular, and attracts crowds on the bridge below waiting for the “big gush”. Steve Walker, Property Manager, Sheffield Park and Garden.

    1. Thank you very much for the update, Steve. This is just the sort of information we want, and it is wonderful to know that so many people are becoming interested in our Pulahm Heritage. I like tha idea of christening them ‘The Pulham Falls’, too – it is really fitting that their name should be so directly associated with one of the Pulhams’ most spectacular cascades.

  3. This looks to be an interesting and useful contribution to garden history. Only a true amateur expert would have written it. Well done.

  4. Dear Claude, what a pleasure to see this beauty! Congratulations !
    Holy Trinity of Nice is now sandblasted and washed – Obadiah’s ‘heads’ around the windows are even nicer than before.


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