A granite stone has been unveiled by Lord Clinton to mark the completion of a distinct development of new homes and allotments in the East Devon town of Budleigh Salterton.
Each July, families flock to the East Devon Pebblebed Heaths for Heath Week. An exciting range of free outdoor events take place throughout the week, celebrating the heritage, wildlife and beauty of this rare lowland habitat.
Bicton Arena hosted a special charity evening on 22nd August, on behalf of The Eventing Family, an organisation set up to support four charities within the eventing sport.
Twenty three heavily pregnant heifers from a closed East Devon organic herd have been culled after testing positive for TB during routine checks.
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A final year student from Harper Adams University – the UK’s leading specialist in agriculture and land-based studies - has received an award for his outstanding performance during a year’s work placement with Clinton Devon Estates.
Fundraising efforts for the new headquarters of the Devon Federation of Young Farmers Clubs have received a boost thanks to a winning bid on a handmade bench at a silent auction held at Devon County Show.
Members of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Land Team recently visited Clinton Devon Estates to learn more about our operations.
A small herd of Dartmoor hill ponies fitted with GPS trackers is helping scientists to clarify how a centuries-old method of managing heathland vegetation with grazing animals enhances nature and wildlife habitats.
One of Devon’s oldest family businesses has received its third consecutive Queen’s Award for Enterprise – the UK’s highest accolade for business success.