Clinton Devon Estates is looking for an innovative and progressive farmer to take on the tenancy of Dalditch Farm in East Devon.
A commemorative Platinum Jubilee red rose has been delivered to Buckingham Palace on behalf of the people of Hungerford, celebrating an ancient custom dating back hundreds of years.
Five purpose-built commercial units at the Liverton Business Park, on the edge of Exmouth, built to provide vital employment space for growing businesses, have been officially opened by Lord Clinton.
Two leading figures in UK construction have been appointed as non-Executive Directors to the board of family-owned Westcountry homebuilder Cavanna Homes, to help guide the firm’s growth into its second century of trading.
Park Farm Oast on the Hadlow Estate sat empty until ambitious plans were put forward to transform the building into the beautiful family home it is today.
The work of Clinton Devon Estates is to be showcased this Sunday on BBC Countryfile, in the programme’s first ever episode focused entirely around a privately owned rural estate.
The Englefield Estate has become the first private landowner to fund places on The Prince’s Countryside Fund’s Farm Resilience Programme to support its tenant farmers in Berkshire and Hampshire as they begin to navigate the biggest changes in land management for 50 years.
Starved of friendly contact after months of pandemic isolation, 90% of shoppers are craving the friendly service of local independent retailers, according to research released by commercial insurer NFU Mutual.
Plymouth City Council have secured big hitters – Marks & Spencer (M&S) and Aldi for the site of the former Seaton Barracks, which is one of the last undeveloped plots within Plymouth International Medical & Technology Park.
Our live broadcast and multi-media campaign launching England’s newest National Nature Reserve (NNR) in Devon, has won a top industry award at the annual Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) PRide Awards, for the South of England and the Channel Islands.