Hestercombe to host new spring heritage exhibition
For the first time ever, Hestercombe will display never-before-seen objects from its archives, showcasing an array of items spanning across five-hundred years
How Hestercombe is trying to save the British ash tree
Head Gardener, Claire Greenslade, explains how Hestercombe is fighting ash dieback and trying to protect the future of our woodlands
Love - it doesn't have to cost the earth
Head Gardener Claire explains why buying British grown or sustainable flowers is the best way to show love this Valentine's Day
Hestercombe's Head Gardener on how we're protecting our beloved 'leaning tree'
Hear more from Claire Greenslade on the recent checks carried out on Hestercombe's Cedar of Lebanon
Happy Burns Nights!
Burns Night has us investigating a Scottish Hestercombe...
Nature - nowhere else to go
A guest blog from Artist Peter Stiles, whose work is showing as part of Changing Atmospheres
Tree's not a Crowd: National Tree Week
National Tree Week is the perfect time for celebrating trees. Did you know that our sweet chestnut on Hestercombe's Orangery Lawn is over 500 years old?!
How we're keeping you safe this Christmas
Learn more about how Hestercombe House and Gardens are keeping you and your loved ones safe this Christmas.
From the Archives: Hestercombe in the First World War
The Hestercombe Estate made its contribution to the Great War effort by supplying soldiers to British regiments stationed in France, Belgium, India, Egypt, and Mesopotamia. This fascinating blog post by Archivist Kim Legate explores the stories of the Hestercombe staff members involved.
Hestercombe to host new exhibition 'Changing Atmospheres'
Changing Atmospheres explores creative responses from nine unique artists on what it means to rediscover connection to natural environments and the self
Christmas at Hestercombe 2021
Hestercombe has announced its plans for Christmas 2021, with a sparkling programme of festive events, in addition to its first-ever Christmas light spectacle - ILLUMINATE - a brand-new, colourful illuminated winter trail, which will see its gardens transformed into a winter paradise.