This summer has been very good for growing grass. Regular showers and some heat has meant steady growth across the Park for the whole of the summer. This allowed us to “shut off” the old Hay Field on the northern edge of the Park. There was plenty of grass in the main Park to keep […]
The Freddie Flintoff programme ‘Lord of the Fries’ came to Chillingham last year and he was shown the cattle from the safety of the Kubota.
To coincide with the launch of our new book about Chillingham’s unique wild cattle, historic castle and church, and the family associated with the since the twelfth century, BBC Look North came and filmed with us. This feature was aired on BBC 1 at 6.30, in May 2016 and focuses on the three main areas […]
The first comprehensive book about Chillingham in Northumberland-its unique wild cattle, its historic castle and church, and the family associated with them since the twelfth century. Julius Caesar admired the cattle’s ancestors for their brute strength, Sir Walter Scott immortalised them. They were painted by Sir Edwin Landseer and Archibald Thorburn, and depicted at their […]