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Archive of: 2020

  • Lythe CEVC Primary School 'Mud Kitchen'.

    Lythe CEVC Primary School 'Mud Kitchen'.

    The Mulgrave Estate is delighted to have helped Lythe CEVC Primary School create their very own ‘Mud Kitchen’ The outdoor area has had a full makeover with the help of donations from Mulgrave Estate, Teesside Karting and Wilf Nobles and fully reflects all the learning opportunities offered inside. The Early Years staff spent 2 very hot days over the Summer repainting the fencing! The children have worked together to create and plant the new sensory garden full of herbs as well as a fairy garden giving way to some wonderful storytelling.

  • Public Consultation Event

    PUBLIC CONSULTATION EVENT FOR A PROPOSED NEW PUBLIC CAR PARK AT EAST ROW, SANDSEND TUESDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 3PM TO 7PM AT ST MARY’S CHURCH, THE VALLEY, SANDSEND

  • Howe House Farm, Egton - Traditional farm house with outbuildings and paddocks - To Let

    Howe House Farm, Egton - Traditional farm house with outbuildings and paddocks - To Let

    A traditional country home with extensive outbuildings and wonderful views over the Esk Valley set in the North York Moors National Park. Key features • Set within a National Park, near Egton and Lealholm. • Less than 7.5 miles to Sandsend • Four-bedroom house • Extensive outbuildings ideal for several uses. • Walled garden and grass paddocks extending to 5.78acres in total.

  • Coastal Safety Code

    Coastal Safety Code
  • Opportunity to undertake drystone walling work at Mulgrave Estate

    Opportunity to undertake drystone walling work at Mulgrave Estate

    Mulgrave Estate are looking for experienced drystone wallers to undertake repairs and restorations to its farm walls. 1000 metres of field wall is to be repaired and restored to a stock proof standard. Applicants need to have gained the drystone walling association certificate to at least initial craftsman level. For further information contact John Beech Tel: 01947 893239 office@mulgrave.net before 31 July 2020

  • New arrivals to assist with conservation grazing at Mulgrave Estate

    New arrivals to assist with conservation grazing at Mulgrave Estate

    A number of Exmoor ponies have arrived on the Estate recently to assist us with grazing our moor, heath and rough grassland areas. The Exmoors are highly regarded as being one of the best choices of livestock for conservation grazing. The ponies are semi wild and more than capable of adapting to life on our moors here at Mulgrave. They are on loan from the Yorkshire Exmoor Pony Trust (YEPT) and are recognised as a rare breed in the UK

  • Firewood and Kindling ..... NOW AVAILABLE

    Firewood and Kindling ..... NOW AVAILABLE

    Quality, seasoned hardwood logs produced from our own sustainable timber at the Mulgrave Sawmills. Quality kindling now available. Add a bag to your order! https://mulgrave-estate.co.uk/firewood/buy-online

  • Cross Farm Buildings, Egton, Nr Whitby - To Let

    Cross Farm Buildings, Egton, Nr Whitby - To Let

    Workshop/Office/Storage. Fantastic opportunity to rent this traditionally built unit with over 2000 sq ft in the lovely village of Egton. Ideal for a number of uses. Good access to the A171 Whitby-Guisborough road. Parking for upto five vehicles.

  • Restoring and repairing Murkside’s dry stone walls

    Restoring and repairing Murkside’s dry stone walls

    Restoring and repairing Murkside’s dry stone walls.

    Work has begun in earnest on the southern part of the Estate at Murkside Farm. Located between Goathland and Egton, the fields here at Murkside are divided up by a network of dry stone walls. Unfortunately, over the years the walls had fallen into disrepair and restoring them is going to be a mammoth task. Over 2000m has been identified for restoration and Estate contractors have recently made a start on the work. Restoring dry stone walls is a real skill with an eye for detail needed as well as ensuring the wall will be stockproof and stand for another 100 years or so. Further information on dry stone walling can be found here https://www.dswa.org.uk/

    The wall restoration project is part of Mulgrave Estates’ higher tier Countryside Stewardship agreement.

  • Monitoring stewardship success across the Estate

    Monitoring stewardship success across the Estate

    As part of our large agri- environment scheme on the Estate, we frequently check on the measures and options that we’ve put in place via the scheme for biodiversity. Monitoring and evaluation of the scheme is just as important as identifying where they should go and how to do them. Measuring success means ensuring that we’ve done the right thing in the right place and that the wildlife is benefiting from the various options. One specific example relates to installing Barn Owl boxes. Mulgrave Estate has, over the last two years, put up a number of Barn Owl boxes at various locations within farm buildings across the Estate. We’re pleased to say that a good proportion of them have been used either as roosts or for nesting sites and raising young. Installing these boxes has contributed to stabilising and expanding a healthy population of Barn Owls on the Estate and they are now a relatively common sight where they can be seen hunting over the fields at dusk. More information on Barn Owls can be found here https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/wildlife-guides/bird-a-z/barn-owl/

    Photographs showing Barn Owls using nest box installed by Mulgrave Estate in 2018 Thank you to Kirsty for submitting the pictures. Countryside Stewardship is a national agri- environment scheme supported by Natural England

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