Natural Health Service

By joining the natural resources of our land with the health service, our woodlands, green spaces and fresh air can begin to be prescribed as the most natural of health solutions.

Society is living longer and developing long term health conditions, which include mental health issues and loneliness. GP surgeries are struggling to cope when, as a nation, 20% of consultations are for matters of housing, employment and relationship breakdowns.

Social prescribing - as it has become known - is increasingly a government priority.

As a landed estate, deep-rooted with the community, we are uniquely placed to respond.
Natural Health Service

Natural Health Service

By joining the natural resources of our land with the health service, our woodlands, green spaces and fresh air can begin to be prescribed as the most natural of health solutions.

Society is living longer and developing long term health conditions, which include mental health issues and loneliness. GP surgeries are struggling to cope when, as a nation, 20% of consultations are for matters of housing, employment and relationship breakdowns.

Social prescribing - as it has become known - is increasingly a government priority.

As a landed estate, deep-rooted with the community, we are uniquely placed to respond.
Our current partners

Our current partners

Find out who we're already working with to provide space for mindful and wellbeing activities

Walk for wellness

Walk for wellness

Regular walks can improve both your physical and mental health - see which routes we recommend

Have your say

Have your say

Could your group or society benefit from using our land? Let us know

The University of Oxford and Blenheim Innovation Partnership

To explore the potential of Blenheim Estate's natural assets to promote health and wellbeing, we partnered with the University of Oxford to design and deliver a series of projects to explore how digital technology, specifically Internet of Things (IoT), can contribute to health and wellbeing.