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The Estate

Forestry

More than one-quarter of the Englefield Estate is woodland. It not only shapes our landscape but also provides a sustainable source of home-grown timber, open space for informal access and habitat for important flora and fauna. As a result, we work hard to ensure that 3,500 acres of woodland in our care will thrive in the years ahead for the benefit of current and future generations.

With a production cycle of a century or more, all of our woodlands are managed under a long-term plan which ensures that a sustainable timber crop is harvested. We’re proud that all our woodland is Forestry Stewardship Council© certified and evaluated according to the strict environmental, social and economic principles.

Our timber supplies a range of end users softwood thinnings used for fencing, chipboard and horse bedding to larger timber used for furniture making and quality oak flooring and timber framed construction.

You may even have seen some of our forestry products without even knowing about it – as we’re often asked to furnish film crews with trees and foliage for their blockbuster sets.

We welcome walkers in many of our woodlands on the Estate, a map of the publicly accessible areas around Mortimer and Mortimer West End can be found on the map here

Forestry Management Services

With many years of experience and professional qualifications behind us, our Forestry Department also offers help to neighbouring woodland owners.

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Environment & Field Sports

At Englefield, we take a long-term view and strive to combine successful business with good stewardship of the Estate’s landscape and wildlife habitats.

The Gardens

Originally created over 400 years ago, our beautiful gardens are open to the public every Monday throughout the year.

Estate News

Latest news from across the Estate.