European ash (Fraxinus excelsior) is the third most common native tree in the UK, it is an important woodland and hedgerow species for both wildlife and timber production. Its leaf and canopy structure means that it naturally lets more light through to the woodland floor than other species such as beech, allowing other shrubs and ground flora to grow under its canopies, providing a more diverse woodland habitat.Read more
The Estate Yard team is the first point of contact for maintenance enquiries from almost 350 households, 26 farms and numerous commercial premises across the Estate’s 14,000 acres.Read more
Despite the cold spells over the past few weeks, hardy winter flowers are peeping through in the Englefield House gardens providing a gentle burst of colour. Head Gardener, Sue Broughton, provides some inspiration for what you could plant in your garden to add some winter and spring colour.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.
We are looking for a hardworking and reliable part time cleaner to join an established team at this busy location. Closing date for applications is Friday 1st March 2019.
We are seeking an experienced full-time gardener to work in an established 9 acre garden at Englefield House. Closing date for applications is Friday 8th March 2019.