Brockhampton Estate

Traditionally farmed estate and medieval manor house

Brockhampton Estate

Things to see and do

Explore woods and gardens at Brockhampton

Walks and natural play trail at Brockhampton

Brockhampton Estate

What's on 

Upcoming events

Damson harvest

Thu 29 Sep 2016
11:00-17:00
In September the damson orchards that are such a special feature of Brockhampton estate are in harvest. Join us to pick your own damsons, or purchase a bag of ready picked fruit to make your own delicious recipes at home.

Apple harvest

Mon 03 Oct 2016
11:00-17:00
Join us for the apple harvest at Brockhampton estate. Wander through the orchards and choose some freshly picked apples to take home. Support our habitat diversity by enjoying our apple harvest.

Apple pressing and cider making

Sun 09 Oct 2016
11:00-17:00
Join us for the apple harvest with The Little Cider Press Company. Press traditional apple varieties harvested from the estate orchards. Press the apples into cider to take home and brew into delicious Herefordshire cider.

Spooky medieval Hallowe'en family trail

Sat 22 Oct 2016
11:00-16:30
Join us to discover the gruesome medieval origins of Hallowe'en. Explore around Lower Brockhampton and discover our weird and spooky history. Complete the family trail and win a prize.

Brockhampton Beast- Dirt run

Sun 06 Nov 2016
09:00-12:00
Get down and dirty with this challenging 10km off-road run across the rolling landscape of Brockhampton estate.

Remembering Sergeant Sprague

Sun 13 Nov 2016
11:00-16:00
On Remembrance Sunday join us as we commemorate Albert Sprague, a young volunteer who left Brockhampton to serve with the Kings Shropshire Light Infantry during the First World War.
Brockhampton Estate

Eating and shopping

Brockhampton Estate

Our work

Video

Summer of Archaeology short film

Young people from local charity MediaShypp filmed the excavations at Brockhampton Estate. They recorded what we discovered and made this film to share the news of our new understanding of the estate history.

three volunteers excavating with trowels in a trench

Brockhampton revealed through archaeology 

Visitors and volunteers help to reveal over 1000 years of history at this ancient property.

Bartholomew Lutley meets some guests

Volunteer at Brockhampton 

Volunteers bring Brockhampton to life for visitors. With lots of different roles to suit you, from room guides, in character roles to helping out with events and activities whatever your interests there is a volunteer role for you at Brockhampton. If you would like to spend more time here why not become a volunteer?

Micro brewery at Brockhampton Estate

How we turned our oast house into a microbrewery 

Many buildings within our care are no longer fit for their original purpose, but this doesn't mean they remain empty and unloved.

Brockhampton Estate

History

Brockhampton and Gatehouse looking glorious in summer sun

An ancient manor house revealed at Brockhampton 

Discover a fifteenth century moated manor house at the heart of a rich farming landscape.