Inside the Wimpole Estate in Cambridgeshire

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Wimpole is still a working estate, with a traditional farm year, modern piggery and a mansion at its heart – not to mention the huge landscape park and gardens.

Inside the National Trust tells the story of how these worlds collide as staff and volunteers work together to offer visitors a day out full of hidden treasures.

Highlights from the TV show include presenter Michael Buerk getting stuck in for lambing season and trying to herd goats, the perils of pest control in the house and a visit from the sheep shearers.

Hear from the stars at Wimpole
Ranger, Simon Damant, has worked at Wimpole for 18 years and talks about Michael Buerk’s attempts at forestry.

Simon’s partner and Wimpole’s assistant house steward, Jess Marczewski, shares her best filming moment and what life is like living and working in Wimpole Hall.