Press Releases

Marine recruits pick up litter on Woodbury Common

More than 100 marine recruits from the Commando Training Centrea at Lympstone spent several hours picking up litter on their annual end of term litter pkck on Woodbury Common

New Plans raise hopes for more employment opportunities in Exmouth

New Plans raise hopes for more employment opportunities in Exmouth

East Devon Heath Week

East Devon Heath Week

Clinton Devon Estates' winning ways continue with Beacon Award

Clinton Devon Estates, one of the most prestigious landed estates in the South West comprising over 25,000 acres, has continued its winning ways in becoming the latest high profile business to be awarded Beacon status

Devon "Castle" to get Spring Makeover

Devon "Castle" to get Spring Makeover

Neighbours turn out in force for Clinton Devon Estates Open Afternoon

Neighbours turn out in force for Clinton Devon Estates Open Afternoon

Royal Opening for Clinton Devon Estates new headquarters

Royal Opening for Clinton Devon Estates new headquarters

OVA guided tour of Rolle Estate Office

Otter Valley Association members enjoy guided tour of new office of Clinton Devon Estates

Mary King Shoots new DVD at Bicton Arena

On 17 March Mary King was shooting her new DVD at Bicton Arena

Law Enforcers of tomorrow helping to protect an East Devon Conservation Area

Pounding the Pebblebed Heaths Beat - how the law enforcers of tomorrow are helping to protect an East Devon conservation area

Do what you can to elevate your profession. It is an honourable one

– Robert Lipscomb, Steward 1865 – 1892

We are trustees for life of the countryside

– 22nd Baron Clinton, 2002

to set out against the Scots, the King’s enemies and rebels

– Instructions given by Edward 1 to John de Clinton on 8th April 1298, prior to him leading the Royal army to victory at the Battle of Falkirk. As a direct result the Clinton Barony was formed on 22nd July 1299

Handing over something more valuable than we have today,

– Estates ethos

But our power for good or evil in this world’s affairs in a countryside is enormous

– Robert Lipscomb, Steward 1865 – 1892