Dredging of our Queen Pool will be paused over Christmas and re-start in the spring.
We have received the prestigious Sandford Award for Heritage Education for the ninth consecutive time.
More than 70 farmers from across Oxfordshire attended the inaugural farming conference on our Estate.
Our Estate in Oxfordshire could become home to the UK’s most powerful solar farm with the capacity to generate electricity for more than 330,000 homes.
Darwin Escapes is set to offer a new way to experience our Palace and Estate, after partnering with us to launch a new range of luxury staycation lodges.
We are creating a giant new outdoor adventure play attraction as part of a major development of our Walled Gardens.
A fleet of barges has been specially built to undertake a massive dredging operation of the iconic Queen Pool at Blenheim.
We received a silver award for Accessible and Inclusive Tourism at the Beautiful South Awards for Excellence.
We are on track to achieve a hugely ambitious set of 10 goals which affect every aspect of our Oxfordshire UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Our staff are being invited to plant a tree and join free weekly yoga classes as part of a campaign to create a healthy workplace environment.
Blenheim Palace’s dedicated team of cleaners has been nominated to become VisitEngland’s Tourism Superstars of 2022.
Local charities are being invited to apply for funding as part of our £50,000 bursary scheme.
Climate change is a very real and present threat. For Blenheim, along with so many others, our efforts to both delay the pace of change and mitigate its impact have been central to our thinking for many years.
The report, which was undertaken by Oxford Brookes Business School, highlights the devastating effect the pandemic has had on both us and the local economy.
Residents and staff from Barchester Healthcare, who took part in virtual talks and tours of Blenheim Palace during lockdown, enjoyed the real thing with an in-person visit to our Christmas celebrations on December 8th.
The conclusions from COP26 affirm that, whether as businesses or as individuals, we all have a responsibility to act in the interests of our planet, specifically in becoming carbon neutral in the short term and carbon negative in the longer term.
Together with Pye Homes, we are sponsoring the Special Recognition category at next year’s Oxfordshire Apprenticeship Award run by the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP).
We have begun work on a new solar park on former agricultural land northeast of Woodstock.