Projects and fundraising play an important role at Brockhampton Estate. Our aim is to not just maintain the manor house and grounds but to encourage people to return again and again whilst we continuously learn more and develop our knowledge of this ancient settlement throughout time. It is also constructive to continuously look for improvements whether historical, agricultural or natural.
The Brockhampton Rangers and a team of dedicated volunteers are in the process of replanting the historic orchards on the estate.
Tenants of Brockhampton Estate work hard to produce quality food and produce from our land. Find out how their produce won a regional award and check out where to pick up locally made goods.
Discover how Oast House was transformed into a brewery
Visitors and volunteers help to reveal over 1000 years of history at this ancient property.
Discover how renowned architect, John Buckler restored Lower Brockhampton to its former beauty after stripping the house of modern additions and lovingly restoring it to its original state.
The medieval manor is nestled in a Herefordshire valley and has changed little in hundreds of years. Each room inside the manor tells a different story from a different time period, celebrating the rich a diverse history.