28 November 2023
We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting a wedding show at the beautiful Cuckney House on Sunday, 14th January 2024.
15 November 2023
Thinking of heading over to us during the festive period? Be sure to check our Christmas opening hours.
8 November 2023
New for 2023, Duchess is an 8.4% Belgian-style Golden Beer limited edition originally planned to celebrate a decade of the Brewery in 2021 (mid-pandemic).
6 November 2023
Welbeck Farm Shop has proudly been shortlisted in the 2024 UK Farm Retail Awards in the category of Butchery of the Year.
27 October 2023
We are delighted to announce the award-winning butchery team at Welbeck Farm Shop has successfully acquired a staggering six silver awards and one bronze in the Great British Food Awards 2023.
23 October 2023
Long-term tenant, Notcutts Dukeries Garden Centre is excited to announce a meticulous restoration project that will breathe new life into the historic Edwardian Messenger Glasshouses.
21 October 2023
When it comes to festive fare, Welbeck Farm Shop has it all sorted from the very best quality meat and game and local free-range turkey to all the trimmings.
20 October 2023
Notcutts Garden Centre at Welbeck is gearing up for a fang-tastic Halloween season with a free children’s Halloween Trail through the garden centre to keep the youngsters entertained.
5 October 2023
Journey from first sketches to award-winning books in John Burningham’s Bedtime Stories showing at The Harley Gallery, from 7 October 2023 until 7 January 2024.
4 October 2023
We are delighted to announce The Harley Café has been named Café of the Year in the 2023 Great Food Club Awards.
3 September 2023
Food Historian Ivan Day is set to return to The School of Artisan Food later this year with a selection of historical food courses.
22 August 2023
Cuckney House on the historic Welbeck estate has been transformed into a luxury self-catering holiday accommodation and wedding venue.
9 August 2023
As part of the long-term Welbeck Project to re-purpose and breathe new life into the Estate’s collection of historic buildings, the glamorous transformation of one of our largest residential properties to date, Cuckney House, has been revealed.
24 July 2023
At Notcutts, nature is right at the heart of their business and embedded in their horticultural and countryside DNA. They know that everything they do has an impact on nature, and that’s why they want to protect it for generations to come.
30 June 2023
The 2023 Farmers Weekly Awards finalists have been chosen, and we are proud to announce that our Farm Manager, Ray Beck, has made it to the final shortlist in the Farm Manager of the Year category.
11 April 2023
Welbeck Abbey Brewery is delighted to announce their handcrafted ale 'Red Feather' has won Bronze at the SIBA National Independent Beer Awards, having already achieved Gold in the Regional Awards.
13 March 2023
'Unseen Treasures' of The Portland Collection offers a new, revealing look at this world-class art collection.
28 November 2022
Discover 'Tunnel Vision' at The Harley Gallery. An exhibition that takes a closer look at the mysterious life of the 5th Duke of Portland.
8 August 2022
Welbeck Farm Shop appear on a new Channel 5 two-part documentary celebrating seven of the finest farm shops in the country.
17 June 2022
Guests had a glorious afternoon in Welbeck Abbey's Sunken Garden when for the first time, the Sunken Garden and Rose Corridor opened up for an exclusive charity event to raise funds for The Villages of Welbeck Association.
6 May 2022
We are delighted to announce that Welbeck Abbey Brewery's new beers have won not one... not two... but THREE awards at the recent Farm Shop & Deli Show, held at the NEC in Birmingham.
29 April 2022
We are delighted to announce Welbeck Farm Shop has been crowned Midlands and East of England Butcher's Shop of the Year 2022.
11 February 2022
On Wednesday 9th February 2022, the Barbara Curtis Training Room was officially opened by the Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire, Sir John Peace.
15 November 2021
Congratulations to the team at Welbeck Farm Shop for receiving a highly commended accolade in the reader-voted awards at the 2021 Great British Food Awards.
5 May 2021
More than 27,000 trees are to be planted, starting this autumn, on land owned by the Welbeck estate at the former Creswell colliery site.
14 December 2020
An ancient Iron Age tower on the Caithness estate - part of the Welbeck estate - has been saved for future generations, thanks to the completion of a major conservation project.
2 November 2020
Welbeck Farm Shop has scooped this year's Food Shop of the Year title in the Great Food Club Awards.
24 June 2020
Businesses across Welbeck estate are pleased to offer support to Creswell Crags' fundraising auction, which will be hosted by Derbyshire auctioneer and TV celebrity, Charles Hanson, on 3 July.
31 March 2020
Welbeck Farm Shop has scooped two accolades in the prestigious national Farm Shop & Deli Awards announced online last night (Monday 30 March).
6 March 2020
There’s been a whole lot of talk about the ethics of eating meat recently and its impact on the environment.
13 February 2020
Welbeck Abbey Brewery has partnered with Age UK Nottinghamshire to create ‘Men In Sheds’; a beer that will raise funds and awareness for the charity’s ground breaking project for older men.
10 February 2020
It’s celebrations all round at The School of Artisan Food today, after the team won the title of Best British Cookery School in the first ever national Food and Drink Awards, which aired on ITV last night (9 February).
27 January 2020
A restoration programme has begun on the Langwell and Braemore Estate in Caithness, part of the Welbeck estate, in a bid to improve the ancient bog peatlands and tackle climate change.
11 October 2019
It is believed that the first lake at Welbeck estate, known as Carburton Forge Lake, was built in 1695. Ten acres of land were leased to John Wheeler of Worcester in 1695 by the Duke, on which he was empowered to build the forge, a dam pool and floodgates.
23 November 2018
Update on The Portland Collection robbery.
School of Artisan Food Founder and Trustee Alison Swan Parente stars alongside Tom Kerridge in BBC2's Top of the Shop
17 April 2018
Presented by Tom Kerridge, BBC2's new series Top of the Shop, gives enthusiastic kitchen table producers an opportunity to showcase their produce to real customers.
17 May 2017
The Welbeck Estates Company Ltd has been identified as one of London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain.
10 January 2017
Alison Swan Parente, founder of The School of Artisan Food, was awarded an MBE in the New Year’s honours list. This well-deserved honour is a fitting tribute to her unwavering dedication to services to the charity and education sectors.
17 November 2016
At an award ceremony held in the Titchfield Library at Welbeck Abbey, William Parente was presented with the award for Welbeck's outstanding achievements in successful land management and development of an agricultural estate.
10 May 2016
The new gallery for The Portland Collection has won four awards at the 2016 RIBA East Midlands prizegiving. Awards included a regional award, the sustainability award, the conservation award and the sought after East Midlands Building of the Year accolade.
24 March 2015
Construction work is nearing completion at two ground-mounted solar panel sites located on the Welbeck Estate. A 32-acre solar farm at Hunciecroft will generate 7.5MW of low carbon electricity; sufficient energy to power 2,150 homes in the local area. The 70-acre site at Hazel Gap will produce 16MW of solar power, providing 4,300 homes in the region with clean energy.
4 March 2015
The Welbeck Estate and The School of Artisan Food are featured in BBC Two's Escape to the Country. BBC Two's Escape to the Country helps prospective buyers find their dream home in the country. In this series Jules Hudson helps a prospective buyer search for residential properties in Nottinghamshire. The programme's first broadcast was in August 2013 and the series is now being aired again on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer.
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.