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. It was extensively extended in 1865 by William Devas Everington, Sherriff of the City of London and the hall is mentioned briefly by Pevsner in his book 'The Buildings of England'.

The Estate has been owned since 1993 by the Anderson family and is managed and occupied by Glenn & Helen Anderson.

The working farm is a mixed arable enterprise producing grains, sugar beet and oilseeds but also specialising in PYO strawberries and soft fruit. The estate also has property rental and holiday accommodation which together help form a successful diversified business.


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