Deer Keeping: Winter Feed

Join Dom Andrews Knole Estate's Park and Deer Keeper for a winter morning feeding session for Knole's deer herd.

  • Booking essential

Join Knole Estate's Park and Game Keeper, Dom Andrews on a winter morning feeding session for Knole's deer herd. Watch the herd come into feed, find out how they are looked after during the winter months and ask questions of the expert. The session will last 30 minutes (approximately) and will be followed by a hot drink in the Hayloft in the Conservation Studio.

Prices

Additional prices
  • £7.50

The basics

Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
Suitability
Suitable for children and families
Meeting point
Meet by the picnic area next to the car park in good time to begin at 9.30 a.m.
What to bring and wear
This event will take place outside so please dress warmly and wear suitable footwear.
Other
Please drive up to the main gate and it will open automatically on arrival and then follow the road down to the main car park.

Contact Info

Name
Knole
Email
knole@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01732 462100

Upcoming events

Storytime in Knole's bookshop

Mon 17 Jan 2022
11:00-11:30
Have you got a little one under 5? Come and join us for storytime, Monday's at 11:00-11:30 during term time in the bookshop. Discover new stories (and some old favourites) you and your little one will love.

Volunteer coffee morning

Wed 19 Jan 2022
10:30-12:00
Volunteer at Knole and try something new today.

Jacobean Crewel Workshop

Wed 09 Feb 2022
10:30-16:30
Try the ever-popular embroidery technique of crewel work with Royal School of Needlework tutor Helen Jones

Lecture: Archaeology discoveries at Knole

Thu 10 Feb 2022
18:30-20:00
Spend the evening with archaeologists and learn about new findings made at Knole over the last two years.

Deer Keeping: Winter Feed

Sat 12 Feb 2022
09:30-10:30
Join Dom Andrews Knole Estate's Park and Deer Keeper for a winter morning feeding session for Knole's deer herd.

Attic tours

Fri 04 Mar 2022
11:30-12:15
On this tour of Knole's often-forgotten attic spaces, our knowledgeable guides will reveal the stories behind centuries of graffiti, lost 17th century letters, witchmarks and a curiously sloped floor.