“Welcome to the Mulgrave website. Mulgrave has been our family home since 1743 and we hope you will enjoy your time with us; whether it be staying in one of our holiday cottages, exploring the Estate’s coastline and open woodlands or visiting our gardens on Open Days. As the Estate continues to evolve and grow our aim is to sustain Mulgrave as an Estate of Excellence”.
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Extending to 15,000 acres, the Estate comprises a mix of agricultural, residential and commercial property and is close to the beautiful and historic town of Whitby in the North York Moors National Park.
Mulgrave Estate is pleased to offer nine individual luxury properties for the self-catering holiday.
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Mulgrave Woods are open to the public throughout the year - they also provide a valuable source of fuel.
Our Estate owns and manages a number of commercial and residential properties.
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We’re pleased to be closely involved with many community initiatives.
Find out about our Community Involvement
Information for and about our tenants - find out all you need to know, and much more besides!
Information for and about our Tenants
We’re committed to protecting our local countryside and to safe and productive farming.
UGTHORPE COMMON CL137
The Marquis of Normanby has applied to the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for consent under section38 of the commons Act to carry out restrictive works to the Ugthorpe Common. The Planning Inspectorate will decide the application on behalf of the secretary of State.
The proposed works are;
To install 1585m of agricultural sheep net fencing on the eastern side of the Common (east of the A171) and replace 3704m of agricultural sheep net fencing on the western side of the Common. This will enable the Common to be managed using conservation grazing livestock to control the invasive scrub onto the SSSI / SAC moorland. Fence lines are noted in red on the map attached.
A copy of the application form and accompanying documents can be inspected at https://mulgrave-estate.co.uk/ until the 10th October 2019
Any representations should be sent in writing ON or BEFORE that date to The Planning Inspectorate, Commons Team at 3A Temple House, Temple Quay, Bristol BS1 6PN or firstname.lastname@example.org
Representations sent to The Planning Inspectorate cannot be treated as confidential. They will be copied to the applicant and possibly to other interested parties. For information about how The Planning Inspectorate process personal information please see the Common Land Privacy Notice at https:/www.govuk/government/publications/common-land-guidance-sheet13-privacy-policy
Mulgrave Estate Office, Lythe, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO21 3RJ
10th September 2019
The Construction of the LEADER funded Sawmill Yard building and additional conversion equipment will enable saw logs to be dried and split prior to selling the product. The saw logs are a by product of the sustainable management of Mulgrave Estate's woodland.
It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.
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Explore our events calendar - there’s always something going on at Mulgrave Estate!
12 July 2019
Around 20 members of the Whitby Naturalists Club visited the Estate on the evening of the 3 July for a guided tour. The group spent two and a half hours looking at the various conservation work that is taking place across the Estate and the huge difference this is making to the biodiversity value of the area. The group looked at tree planting schemes to link woodlands, winter bird seed plots, hedgerow restoration projects, moorland management and parkland restoration schemes. We will aim to continue to work closely with the Club into the future on mutually beneficial schemes.
14 June 2019
Conservation grazing begins to restore Mulgrave’s moorlands Belted Galloway cattle are assisting in the restoration of one of the important moorland areas on Mulgrave Estate. Westonby Moor, close to the A171, is part of the extensive Countryside Stewardship scheme to reintroduce grazing and combat natural succession on moorlands across the Estate. By combining the grazing with some active intervention to remove some of the birch scrub and gorse, the moorland will gradually reappear as the dominant habitat. This type of moorland restoration contributes to stabilising the net amount of the North York Moors area covered by this internationally important habitat. The local area has the largest expanse of heather moorland in western Europe therefore is a key habitat to conserve, enhance and expand wherever possible.
We are pleased to be working with our farming tenants Chris & Colin Foster, who have introduced their Belted Galloways or ‘Belties’ as they are known, onto the moor. As our Conservation Lawnmowers”, the ‘Belties’ will stay on the moor for most of the year and are classified as a rare breed in the UK.
13 June 2019
Worlds oldest piano maker completed refurbishment on one of their most historic models. http://www.broadwood.co.uk/
07 June 2019
Work starts on the new HQ for Mulgrave Estate Farms High Leas Farm is set to become the new base for the Estates farming operation and following the retirement of the previous tenant, work is well underway to turn the yard and buildings around.