The actor who played one of the best loved and sorely missed characters in Radio 4’s The Archers is to be guest speaker in the latest series of celebrity talks at a Worcestershire retirement home. 

Graham Seed, aka Nigel Pargetter who famously plunged to his death from the roof of his stately home a few years ago, will talk about life in the long running radio soap when he visits Fernhill House in Fernhill Heath on Wednesday November 22. 

The venue for the talk, which runs from 6 - 8pm, is particularly apt as the Archers village, Ambridge and its popular pub the Bull are based on the Worcestershire village of Inkberrow. 

The monthly talks are free of charge and open to members of the public as well as staff and residents of Fernhill House – and are part of the home’s policy of belonging to the broader community. 

As if the talk itself wasn’t exciting enough, drinks and nibbles are offered to all guests in the well-equipped and extremely stylish bistro. 

Previous speakers have included author and broadcaster Gervase Phinn, BBC sports presenter Garry Richardson and BMI Baby airline co-founder Dr David Bryon. 

To book a place and to find out about future talks, contact info@fernhillhouse.co.uk or call 01905 679300.