Dillington Hall Estate is a working farm situated in the picturesque hamlet of Dillington just North of the market town of Dereham, in the heart of Norfolk.

The Estate was established in 1768 by John R Daniel with the existing Hall constructed in 1780 as the principle farmhouse. It was remodelled and extended in 1865 by William Devas Everington along with the farm buildings.

The Estate has been owned since 1993 by the Anderson family and is still managed and occupied by them.

The working farm is currently making the transition from a conventional arable enterprise to a more regenerative system using integrated livestock to manage natural habitats. With a focus on using the land to help reverse climate change we are embracing a natural capital approach to land management. We believe this will help us become more financially and environmentally resilient. For more information please visit wbep.co.uk.

 

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