A 21st century business in atraditional 18th century setting
Bromesberrow Estate is a traditional agricultural estate of almost 1200 acres dating back to the 18th century but embracing the future.
Located at the southern end of the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The estate stands in beautiful surroundings with views stretching over the Severn Valley and the Cotswolds to the east and the Black Mountains of Wales to the west.
Gilbert Greenall is an unlikely person to find on the front lines of any humanitarian emergency. This memoir tells the story of how a privileged old Etonian and former Guards officer broke the rules, made new ones, and took a different path in life to become one of the world’s leading humanitarians.
5* review in the Daily Telegraph “…in the mould of Fitzroy McLean, … an adventure story.”
Matt Ridley, Author, Environmentalist and Politician
Bromesberrow Estate is a vibrant business engaged in arable and stock farming, forestry, rental properties both residential and commercial, holiday lets and more. A dedicated team of fifteen work across the various enterprises on the estate.
A wide variety of crops are now grown, Aberdeen Angus and White Park cattle graze the land. Forestry has always been actively managed and now supplies firewood for the biomass boiler at Bromesberrow Place and wood burning stoves in rented properties.
Former agricultural cottages and farm buildings have been refurbished for residential and commercial tenants and a holiday let.