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Mulgrave Estate

  • New Wildlife Manager

    New Wildlife Manager

    Stephen joined the Estate in 2018 as Wildlife Manager, having previously worked on various Estate across the north of England and Scotland. He also worked for the Food & Environment Research Agency where he carried out wildlife management and research projects across the UK. Stephen is an experienced deer manager and has dealt with wildlife control on estates for over 22 years. In his spare time Stephen enjoys partaking in martial arts.

  • Improving water quality at Mulgrave Estate

    Mulgrave Estate have been successful in applying for some grant aid in the form of agricultural materials to prevent poaching and run off in part of the Sandsend beck catchment. The Estate have acquired materials to install over 400m of fencing to stop grazing livestock entering the watercourse at Dunsley. This reduces the opportunity for livestock to pollute the drains and watercourses which eventually flow into the bay and the Sandsend bathing beach. As an alternative to livestock drinking from the beck the project will also install a large trough, pipework and concrete sleepers for hardstanding to enable livestock to still graze the land and have a constant supply of clean water. Work on installing the materials will begin in April.

  • Dry Stone Walling work complete at Kettleness

    Dry Stone Walling work complete at Kettleness

    A notable landscape feature at Kettleness has had a major facelift thanks to the dedication of a local drystone waller. Work on the traditional boundary feature, alongside the Cleveland Way at Kettleness has now been completed and has made a huge impact on the coastal landscape.

  • Phipps Farm, Lythe - New livestock building!

    Phipps Farm, Lythe - New livestock building!

    As part of Mulgrave’s farm re-organisation at Lythe, the Estate continues its investment in sustainable agriculture by erecting a new livestock building at Phipps Farm, now occupied by Martin & Vanessa Dobson.

  • Restructure of traditional drystone wall

    Restructure of traditional drystone wall

    The Mulgrave Estate have been awarded a grant to restructure and rebuild a traditional drystone wall that has fallen into disrepair. ​

  • Keep warm this January!

    Keep warm this January!

    Our hardwood logs are available to order in a range of sizes.

    Please call the Sawmill department on 01947 893909

  • Help our Local facilities when you buy oil with Boiler Juice!

    Help our Local facilities when you buy oil with Boiler Juice!

    Order oil through Boiler Juice and they will donate ​25p per every litre to either Mulgrave Sports Club or Lythe Village Hall. Go to “My BoilerJuice communities” and search “mulgrave community sports association” or “lythe village hall” in the “ID” area when you order online!

    Click heading to see full poster! 

  • Humphry Repton - The Garden Trust

    Humphry Repton - The Garden Trust

    Humphry Repton was the last great landscape designer of the 18th century.

    Throughout 2018 ​Country Garden Trusts and other groups will be organizing events around the country to celebrate Repton’s work.

    Visit ​http://www.humphryrepton.org/​ for more details.

  • Christmas Jumper Day 2018

    Christmas Jumper Day 2018

    Mulgrave Estate Office took part in this year’s Christmas Jumper Day (15th December 2017) in aid of Save the Children! All together we managed to raise £38.37.

    Thank you to everyone who donated!

  • Countryfile

    Countryfile

    ​Mulgrave Estate will be featured on this Sunday’s Episode of Countryfile.

    Tune into BBC ONE Sunday 3rd December at 18:20.

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