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Haughmond Hill: Is owned by The de Quincey family and leased to Forestry England. The hill provides sanctuary for an abundance of leisure activities … walkers, dog walking, mountain biking and horse riders, use the hill daily. Overlooking the beautiful town of Shrewsbury and beyond. It is rumoured that Queen Eleanor's Bower, which was a fort on the hill was the location in which the wife of Henry IV of England supposedly, watched the battle of Shrewsbury’s progress. The "bosky hill" which is mentioned in Act V Scene of Shakespeare's Henry IV part 1 is almost certainly Haughmond, which looms to the east of the battlefield. Today locals and people from further afield, flock to the beautiful woods and you can see why! #SCEcommunity #SCEbeauty #History ... See MoreSee Less
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Sundorne Estate surrounds the parishes and villages of Uffington, Upton Magna, and Withington, all of which are vibrant local villages with strong local communities.  The Estate has over 200 people living and working on the Estate on a daily basis and takes an active part in the local community.  Keep up to date with events on the Estate using our media feeds or signing up to the  Estate news-letter

Heritage

The Estate has a long rich history, remnants of which remain at Sundorne Castlle, Haughmond Hill, and throughout the Estate, much of which can still be seen from local footpaths and roads

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Country Life

Sundorne Castle Estate supports a number of local businesses and is actively involved in all aspects of country life

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Farming & Conservation

The Estate runs its own Arable Farm and over 1600 acres and supports some smaller farms.  With this comes the responsibility for protecting and enhancing the natural environment which the Estate does through its own, national, and international schemes

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