Sarratt Swallows

Sarratt Swallows

Their parents flew in Sunday March 29th and quickly feathered the nest. Now the five swallow babies have all successfully fledged but swoop back each evening and tuck up together as you can see from the photo!  Sarratt Swallows born and bred.
Natural Sculpture !

Natural Sculpture !

Natural sculpture! Photo shared by Will Hobhouse. If you have any interesting photos taken in lockdown do please share them with us. Send your images to amc.sarratt@gmail.com
Sustainable Sarratt – An Apiarist’s diary

Sustainable Sarratt – An Apiarist’s diary

Sustainable Sarratt – An Apiarist’s diary May and June are two of the busiest months of the year in the apiary. Colonies of honey bees that have survived the winter grow exponentially in number during the spring so that they are reaching their peak when pollen...
Well-being and Plants

Well-being and Plants

The Benefits of Houseplants  May 2020 / Garden Anyone who has ever paid us a visit at The Grove will know just how verdant our 300 acres are. From the moment you turn onto the sweeping driveway, you’re met with a breath-taking view of lush greens. Head Gardener,...
Two new Willows to be planted by the Pond.

Two new Willows to be planted by the Pond.

You may well have noticed that the beautiful Willow tree that was by the pond has had to be taken down this week. It is always sad to say goodbye to a tree that for many years has been part of our beloved landscape. When the tree was checked for good health, an...