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Joyous moments in June

Joyous moments in June

June is the signal that time is flying too fast, six months into the year and the longest day has passed. With summer still in full swing it is time to rewind and look back at the sixth month of the year.

 

 

Bertie's Batch

Following on from the abundance of warm welcomes in May, June welcomed the newest generation of cattle to our herd. This new age of calves is particularly interesting as they come from our Bull, Bertie, who joined the herd last year, making these calves the first of a new generation.

 

 

Churchill's Walk

A vibrant kaleidoscope of herbaceous florals has bloomed beside the Churchill Walk within our Gardens. Our Gardners planted these seeds in the hope that they would transform the path and create wonderful scenery for the historic walk.

 

 

Resounding Roses

Our Rose Garden is one of the most lnstagramable spots on our Estate and for good reason too, and the warm weather in June allowed our Rose Garden to bloom beautifully. Throughout the summer our Gardeners will be nurturing and watering the roses, to ensure they thrive.

 

Secrets Discovered

Our Gardeners have been working hard to restore the 10th Duke's secret sanctuary. Over time, our once well-maintained Secret Garden has become overgrown, and nature had begun to take its course. To restore our Gardens, we have taken on the task to give them some much-needed tender loving care. They have also erected a fence around the perimeter to keep wildlife out and to ensure the plants within will flourish.

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Pioneering project to improve the effectiveness of reforestation

Pioneering project to improve the effectiveness of reforestation

Today, on International Day of Forests, we are proud to announce a new partnership with A Healthier Earth on a ForestFactory concept, which will use innovative farming methods to help address the affects climate change.

  • March 2024
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Groundbreaking project to create circular economy from organic waste

Groundbreaking project to create circular economy from organic waste

We are proud to announce a groundbreaking partnership with visionary environmental consultants Tumblebug, on a six-month pilot project to transform all our organic waste into a self-sustaining circular ecosystem.

  • February 2024
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Taking flight on Blenheim Estate

Taking flight on Blenheim Estate

Stunning shots of a swooping short-eared owl were captured at dusk by Tom Goffe, Assistant Forestry Contracts Manager at Nicholsons, on a recent visit to one of the nine newly-planted woodlands on our Estate.

  • February 2024
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