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  • 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

  • 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.

  • Wild bird /bee mixes bring early summer colour to the fields at Mulgrave

    Wild bird /bee mixes bring early summer colour to the fields at Mulgrave

    You may have noticed that some of our fields are changing colour as we approach the summer. We’ve recently added just over 4ha of Bumblebird mix to the fields below Tom’s Yat beside the A174 coast road. This brings the total to just under 19ha of the mix across the Estate. Situated in favourable locations, the mix includes species such as Linseed, Fodder Radish, White Mustard, Kale and Quinoa. Not only does this turn to seed and feed the wild farmland birds in the winter, it also benefits insects such Bumble bees, solitary bees, butterflies and hoverflies during the summer months. Combined with another 27ha of Winter bird food mix this equates to a significant area of land devoted to crops to encourage biodiversity across the Estate. Keep a lookout for the fields of colour this summer, they’re bringing real benefits to the birds and the bees of Mulgrave Estate. More information on wild bird food can be found here https://www.rspb.org.uk/our-work/conservation/conservation-and-sustainability/farming/advice/managing-habitats/wild-bird-seed-mixture/

    These fields are just two elements of our extensive wildlife offer through our Countryside Stewardship agreements with Natural England, where we have a significant number of environmental options from the scheme that are benefiting the environment and wildlife across the Estate.

  • Mulgrave Farmland Bird Count – the results are in !

    Mulgrave Farmland Bird Count – the results are in !

    Mulgrave Farmland Bird Count – the results are in !

    It seems like a lifetime ago now but back in February, Mulgrave Estate joined in with the GWCT Big Farmland Bird Count. This national event encouraged all farmers and landowners to get involved and record our ‘feathered friends’ on the farms for half an hour between the dates of 7 – 16 February. A number of farm tenants across the Estate participated in the scheme and the results were really interesting. The Estate office co-ordinated the scheme locally and forwarded the results to the national database.

  • Work begins at Deepgrove Quarry site, Sandsend with initial gorse clearance

    Work begins at Deepgrove Quarry site, Sandsend with initial gorse clearance

    Gorse, whilst being a colourful member of the pea family, is an invasive shrub that overtime will engulf areas and create a monoculture.

  • COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

    We would like to reassure our guests that we are adhering to the guidelines issued by the British Government, Public Health England and the National Health Service regarding coronavirus (COVID-19). The health of our staff and guests is our priority, and we have therefore put in place the following precautionary measures:We have introduced additional cleaning to our already comprehensive routines, especially focusing on touchpoints such as door handles, kitchen, bathrooms, etc. and have continued the use of disinfectant. All our staff are receiving regular guidance and updates on how to prevent COVID-19 in the workplace.  In line with Government guidance, if you have a high temperature, or a newly acquired continuous cough, please postpone your visit, and stay at home for seven days. Please also ensure that you practise good hand hygiene, following guidelines on how to avoid the virus, details of which can be found here on the NHS website: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ We continue to welcome guests to our properties, with the reassurance that we have your health and wellbeing as our priority. Do come and spend an enjoyable time here, relaxing with your friends and family. We will continue to monitor this developing situation and will share regular updates on this page.

  • Deepgrove Quarries, Sandsend

    Deepgrove Quarries, Sandsend

    Mulgrave Estate are working with Natural England, the government’s adviser for the natural environment in England, to manage and enhance this important area for historic and wildlife significance at Sandsend quarries. The old quarry is recognised as being a noteworthy grassland site and contains many locally rare species. Without management these important coastal grassland species will be lost.

  • HOLIDAY COTTAGES .......Book Now For 2021

    HOLIDAY COTTAGES .......Book Now For 2021

    BOOK NOW FOR 2021 Choose from our selection of luxury cottages sited in the heart of the idyllic exclusive ‘Valley’ Sandsend. Offering a unique blend of traditional beauty combined with modern charm, these hidden gems are just a short stroll to the beach and all that Sandsend has to offer. Each luxurious cottage has a private garden, parking, free WiFi as well as being pet friendly. Tel: 01947 893239 mulgrave-estate.co.uk/cottages

  • Work begins on multi - purpose ponds at Mulgrave Estate

    Work begins on multi -  purpose ponds at Mulgrave Estate

    Our contractors are currently busy maintaining and re establishing some pond and wetland sites across the Estate. At Barnby Howe a series of ponds are due to be installed to provide wildlife habitat as well as holding back soil run off from the surrounding land.

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