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The Engine Shed Wetherby

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Based in the heart of picturesque Wetherby and set in a converted Grade II listed building, The Engine Shed has been superbly renovated to create a truly unique venue with a really special atmosphere. We will do everything we can to help tailor the day to meet your exact requirements, in a warm, friendly and professional way.

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The Gamekeeper's Inn

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Our award-winning Netherside Suite is an idyllic setting featuring a wood-burning fire, natural oak beams and large windows allowing a natural light to grace your day.

The Gamekeeper’s Inn has a selection of bedrooms and lodges, each beautifully appointed and bursting with character.

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Swinton Estate wins conservation award

Swinton Estate is to receive a 'Life on Land' award from Red List Revival for its conservation work for the benefit of rare birds. It has been found to rank in the top one per cent of landholdings in the UK for its breeding hen harrier population and also in the top 10 per cent nationally for curlew. The estate in north Yorkshire is one of the leading sites championing conservation of the rare hen harrier, with 23 hen harrier chicks fledging successfully on Swinton since 2013. In addition the estate has curlew, golden plover, skylark, meadow pipit and red grouse. Curlews and skylarks are also red-listed species, requiring urgent conservation action.

Posted: 25 April 2022