The Angmering Park Estate
The Angmering Park Estate is a private, traditional agricultural and sporting Estate set in the heart of the South Downs National Park, near Arundel, West Sussex.
The Estate, which extends to some 6,750 acres forms the eastern half of the original Norfolk Estate and is owned by the Trustees of the late Bernard, 16th Duke of Norfolk for the benefit of his daughters and other wider members of his family. The Estate’s origins go back to the Norman Conquest.
Activities on the Estate include farming, a racing yard, shooting and other country pursuits including moorings and fishing on the rivers Arun and Adur, residential and commercial property letting and forestry. The properties and land are largely maintained by an in-house maintenance and forestry team.