Category: Estate

Conservation
Simon Eddell

The Rougham Honey Bees

Dotted across the Rougham Estate there are now some 48 colonies/hives of Honeybee assisting in pollination across the Estate and the surrounding area, providing local

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Sheep Grazing in the Winter
Conservation
Simon Eddell

Our Woolly Friends

With the onset of winter we welcome some woolly friends onto The Estate. For the last six or seven year approximately 600 sheep who normally

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Estate
George Agnew

Why the eagle?

Explanation to why the eagle is on our logo It all stems back to my  great great-grandfather William Agnew who was a well-known art dealer

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Estate
George Agnew

The red Rhododendron

When my great grandfather bought the Rougham Estate way back in 1904, one of the main things that he was interested in was the garden

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Estate
George Agnew

Rougham in Spring

I should start by introducing myself. My name is George Agnew. My family bought the Estate just over a hundred years ago. I was born

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A pair of young acorns
Estate
Simon Eddell

A special oak tree

On the night of the 22nd of August 2017, this unfortunate oak tree on the corner of Church Road was struck by lightning. Since then

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