Welcome to our spring Estate Update with news and features from the Englefield Estate and the Benyon Estate.Read more
The population of roach fish in the River Kennet has been in decline for many years, prompting the establishment of a breeding project to help protect the species from disappearing from its West Berkshire habitat altogether.Read more
With goat meat tipped as a future food trend, third generation farmers James and Lucy Hewison are diversifying into rearing their very first herd of Boer goats at their tenant farm on the Englefield Estate in Berkshire.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.
1st Burghfield and Sulhamstead Scout Group, Falcon troop joined our forestry team this evening for the first part o… https://t.co/L8fq9QCKSe
Posted 9 hours ago
The Great British Food Festival team has, for the first time, chosen the stunning grounds of Englefield House as a… https://t.co/p0odaBgDvG
Posted 18 hours ago
@Tracy_smith1 Hi Tracy, no dogs are allowed in the gardens, except guide dogs.
Posted 4 days ago