A team of cadets from Kidlington Fire Station has been helping bring the shine back to a Victorian horse-drawn fire engine at Blenheim Palace.
The original Cheltenham Gold Cup is taking pride of place in the Palace ahead of the International Horse Trials which begin on Thursday 16th September.
Our Palace has a leading role in Amazon Prime Video’s new film, Cinderella which launched exclusively around the world in over 240 countries and territories on Friday 3rd September 2021.
We are once again offering people the opportunity to watch the sunrise over the Estate as part of a fundraising walk on Saturday, 25th September.
A lone Spitfire from the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight soars over Blenheim Palace to mark the 76th anniversary of VJ Day
A ‘lost’ horse-drawn Victorian Merryweather fire engine that was part of Blenheim Palace’s private fire brigade has returned to the Palace.
A candlemaker from Long Wittenham has won Blenheim’s annual business start-up competition.
Award-winning photographer Pete Seaward has created a stunning new display of wildlife photography for our new exhibition.
Didcot-based Rebellion Film Studios has produced an extraordinary video to accompany the launch of our new Churchill exhibition at Blenheim Palace, which opened earlier this month.
We have been supporting our furloughed staff and those having to work from home by funding online training courses of their choice.
We are inviting grant applications for our 2021 bursary scheme from local projects and charities that focus their work on bringing people together in the local community.
We have confirmed Oxfordshire-based grief support charity SeeSaw as our official Charity of the Year 2021.
We live-streamed a series of talks and tours into over 130 care homes across the UK over the Christmas holidays.
A team of conservation contractors is carrying out emergency repair work to fix leaking leadwork on the roof of our Palace with a grant from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund.
A newly-released report undertaken by Oxford Brookes Business School, on our behalf, has shown a sharp rise in our estate’s contribution to the economy.
Hundreds of care home residents across the UK will be able to enjoy free live virtual tours and interactive talks about Blenheim Palace over the Christmas period.
Our moving tribute featuring 200 full-size silhouettes of soldiers to commemorate Remembrance Day has raised more than £38,000 for the Royal British Legion.
We have received a £1.8m grant from the government’s Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage as part of a nationwide rescue scheme to safeguard some of the UK’s most important cultural sites.
A poignant company of 200, life-size Armistice Day soldier silhouettes has been assembled ahead of Remembrance Sunday.
Critical conservation work to help preserve our 18th century Grand Bridge will be able to proceed thanks to a grant from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage.
Reputed to be the pub where Winston Churchill “learnt to drink” during his time at Blenheim Palace, this historic pub is set to become the heart of the community once again.
Volunteers have begun delivering dozens of free meals to vulnerable Oxford residents.
Our Grand Cascade is undergoing essential repair work.