Dozens of young Scouts are learning about the woodland management cycle as part of a creative project taking place amid the trees on the Englefield Estate. The latest stage of the collaborative project between the Beaver and Cub Scouts, the Estate and chainsaw wood sculptor Nick Speakman, has involved the creation of a wooden beaver sculpture and bench overlooking the Benyon Inclosure lake.Read More
Rare evidence of a connection between one of the Roman Empire’s best-known rulers and rural Hampshire some 2,000 years ago, has been unearthed by archaeologists.Read More
Englefield Estate’s annual “Schools Days” for primary schools across Berkshire has received a prestigious national award for the fourth year running.Read More
The Englefield Estate is a modern, flexible organisation but one mindful of its heritage. Estates are of course about land and buildings but most of all they are about the people who work there, live there, make their living from it or use it for their leisure. Running a successful business is important but so is protecting the environment and playing a full role in supporting the wider community. This has always been at the heart of what the Englefield Estate does and is reflected in our Mission and Vision.
The Englefield gardens are looking very autumnal with these striking colours. Our gardens are open to visitors ever… https://t.co/uDuC3YoZZf
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