A Natural Flood Management scheme using ‘leaky dams’ on a stretch of the Medway near Tunbridge Wells, appears to have reduced the risk of flooding.
RAF fighter pilot Bob Spurdle had a miraculous escape when his Spitfire plunged at high speed into the ground on Hadlow Estate during the Battle of Britain.
Hadlow Estate is celebrating a bumper crop of prizes in a prestigious annual orchard competition run by the NFU.
Our most recent replanting operation has seen more than 13,000 new trees being planted across 7 hectares or orchard.
Many historic, traditional timber frame properties on the Hadlow Estate have been the subject of complex renovations in recent years.
The sun came out for Bank Farm Stables’ first “in-house” dressage show of the year on Saturday 26th March, which saw 16 riders and 14 horses compete.
The Hadlow Estate and a team of specialists have conserved and restored Park Farm Oast by converting it into a residential property,
Prince’s Foundation has commissioned a new report which examines evidence relating to the physiological and psychological benefits of walking, as well as the advantages of designing walkable living and working spaces.
One of the ways in which we are evidencing our commitment to reducing carbon emissions, is through the use of a biomass boiler at Hadlow Place Farm, which is supplied by wood and woodchip produced in our forestry operations.
This year has been equally successful, peaking on 23rd April with the highest energy production in any 24-hour period so far in 2021- 130.9MWh was produced, supplying around 13,090 homes or 4,188,800 kettles boiled.