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A Suffolk Country Estate

Rougham Estate, located a few miles from Bury St Edmunds, is a rural haven epitomising the timeless charm and natural beauty of East Anglia.

It boasts a rich history dating back through the ages to Roman times. The Estate’s centrepiece, Rougham Hall, although ruined, stands as a testament to its heritage, with the Blackthorpe Barn and the WWII airfield control tower adding unique historical interest.

Besides the fascinating history, the Estate takes its rural responsibilities seriously, ensuring a harmonious balance in its natural surroundings complemented by sustainable forestry and wildlife management. The working farm contributes to the agricultural legacy, while dedicated conservation efforts underscore the commitment to preserving the Estate’s ecological diversity.

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ROUGHAM ESTATE TRUST

The Rougham Estate Trust was established by George Agnew and his late brother John, to safeguard the Estate into the future. Committed to maintaining the Estate’s environment and landscape for the benefit of the public, the Trust also supports cultural and educational initiatives by inspiring young local musicians and preserving the history of the area.


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