Enjoy Easter at Brockhampton Estate

Following clues on the egg hunt

Spring has sprung at Brockhampton this Eastertime. There are lots of ways for families to get out and about and enjoy the new shoots, damson blossom and little creatures that can be seen all over the estate at this time of year.

This is a great time of year for a spot of pond dipping, with pond dipping packs available to hire you can get out and explore Grove pool which is home to a host of wildlife from ducks to frogs and dragonflies.

Join us to discover how people survived during wartime at Brockhampton Estate on the Cadbury’s wartime survival hunt. With help from Cadbury’s bunny hunt down the clues and discover how to survive during the second world war. Lucky for us chocolate is not on the ration today!

Follow the Easter trail at Brockhampton
Follow the Easter trail at Brockhampton
Follow the Easter trail at Brockhampton

New from the farm you can get in touch with Brockhampton’s newest residents, meet the lovely leaping lambs and find out how to care for them with farmer James with a whole weekend of lamb handling. These delightful and gentle creatures can be seen in the fields all around the estate.

Dog owners please note the lamb handling events are not suitable for dogs, assistance dogs only are welcome.

See the Brockhampton orchards filled with damson blossom in spring
White damson blossom in the orchard at Brockhampton
See the Brockhampton orchards filled with damson blossom in spring

The Old Apple Store tea room offers hot food and snacks at the top of the Estate throughout the Herefordshire school holidays.

Near the manor house the Granary shop and kiosk has sweet treats, drinks, sandwiches and snacks to fill up hungry tums and provide shelter if the weather is delivering April showers.