Brockhampton

Important notice -

All our houses, gardens, parks, toilets, cafes, shops and car parks are now closed to further restrict the spread of coronavirus. Brockhampton is closed, please do not travel here.

Traditionally farmed estate and medieval manor house

Brockhampton

Our work

Our work at Brockhampton

Brockhampton

History

view of timber framed great hall from minstrels granary

600 years of history at Brockhampton  

Brockhampton is an ancient estate nestled in the dramatic Herefordshire hills. It has been utilised since the early Middle Ages and features a wealth of interesting features such as a ruined Norman chapel. Despite being so old, the manor has changed little over the centuries.

Brockhampton

Wildlife

Two ducks sleeping on a hay bale in the moat

Go wildlife watching at Brockhampton  

Many plants and animals call Brockhampton home. Over the next three years we will be increasing the orchards here and surrounding them with wildflower meadows increasing the diversity of habitat for our local wildlife.

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Get involved

A volunteer leading visitors up the wooden staircase

Volunteering at Brockhampton  

The safety of our staff, volunteers, visitors and supporters is our top concern and in accordance with Government guidelines on social distancing, our houses, shops, cafes, gardens and parks are now closed, and from March 24 all of our car parks will close. However, many will be grateful for support when they reopen. If you are interested in volunteering, please keep checking for future opportunities.

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Places to stay

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Brockhampton on the National Trust Collections website