20 January 2015
Filmed on the Welbeck Estate as well as other locations in Yorkshire, Oxford and London, Testament of Youth, a First World War drama starring Kit Harrington and Alicia Vikander, is now on general release in cinemas across the UK.
9 December 2014
Congratulations to the Welbeck Farms team on winning a phenomenal number of awards at the Whitwell Farmers Association annual dinner last month.
11 November 2014
The Welbeck Farm Shop is delighted to have been named Runner Up for a second year running in the prestigious Observer Food Monthly Awards in the reader-voted 'Best Independent Retailer' category.
20 October 2014
Hearty congratulations to Shelly Preston and the Boutique Aromatique team for their Gold Leaf award for ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ from The Academy of Chocolate.
17 October 2014
Sign up for your free Welbeck Card today and enjoy 20% off your shopping when you spend over £25 at the Welbeck Farm Shop.
16 October 2014
Claire Monk of Welbeck Abbey Brewery is teaming up with Joe Parente of Quo Vadis, Soho, to create the Cuckney House Pop Up Pub.
16 October 2014
The award-winning School of Artisan Food is hosting its annual advanced diploma graduation ceremony in the same week as the School celebrates its fifth birthday.
6 October 2014
To celebrate National Guide Dog Week, Welbeck Abbey Brewery have teamed up with Steve Bowles a Worksop Guide Dog owner to raise awareness and much needed funds for the Guide Dog charity by creating a special real ale named Barley May.
25 September 2014
As part of the ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ series, Mary Berry, one of Britain's best loved TV cooks recreates her Great Great Grandfather's recipes to make traditional bread in the Welbeck Bakehouse.
12 September 2014
Filmed on the Welbeck Estate as well as other locations in Yorkshire, Oxford and London, Testament of Youth, a First World War drama starring Kit Harrington and Alicia Vikander, will premier at the 2014 BFI London Film Festival next month. Produced by Heyday Films and directed by James Kent, the film depicts Juliette Towhidi’s adapted screenplay of Vera Brittain's iconic and powerful First World War memoir, a searing story of love and war, first published in 1933.