Set in the heart of Sherwood Forest, the Welbeck Estate is one of the great traditional landed rural estates and the country seat to a succession of Dukes of Portland. Yet to this day, it remains a hidden gem. As part of the long-term Welbeck Project to re-purpose and breathe new life into the Estate’s collection of historic buildings, the glamorous transformation of one of their largest residential properties to date, Cuckney House, has been revealed.
Clumber Park is delighted to announce the reopening of the footbridge at Hardwick village after it was significantly damaged back in August 2020. The new wider bridge provides greater access for mobility vehicles, wheelchairs, bikes and buggies.
Ros Canter galloped to success in the main BEDE CCI3*-L at Osberton International Horse Trials with MHS Seventeen.
This year’s Osberton International Horse Trials once again played host to a national driving event which proved a big hit with both competitors and spectators.
Autumn brings a whole array of new delights, from the crunch of fallen leaves underfoot, the cool air and comfort of big jumpers, and the opportunity to get closer to nature and the wildlife that can be found at this time of year. Whether you're visiting with family and friends or want a break from the world and a bit of peace and tranquillity, there is so much to explore.
Welbeck Farm Shop is featuring in a new documentary series on Channel 5 at 8 pm on Friday 19th August as one of Britain's top, most exclusive farm shops. The series, narrated by Patricia Hodge, is a warm and touching look at why we all love a farm shop, the characters that inhabit them and the people behind the scenes that work so hard to create outstanding produce.
Welbeck Abbey Brewery are delighted to announce that the revamp of its core-range beers has been a great success, with positive feedback all round for the three brand-new beers and new-look designs.
The event runs from September 29 to October 2 and incorporates the prestigious British Eventing Young Horse Championship.
Creswell Crags is looking forward to its first full season of opening since the outbreak of COVID-19 in March 2020. Open 7 days from February to October, there are big plans for the prehistoric site, popular for cave tours, school trips and walks in the beautiful limestone gorge. The site is run by an independent charitable trust and only survived the pandemic due to emergency funding from the National Lottery, Historic England, DCMS and others. An optimistic 2022 programme includes a newly revamped programme of events and activities, focused on the nature and history of the site, including...