Our Mission

To create a sanctuary of well-being for man and nature alike. To regenerate the land. To create a place of education, well-being, and scientific study for the benefit of all generations.

To regenerate the land.

‘In a world of increasing ecological fragility, there has been no more important moment to focus on the health of nature and what it means to us as human beings, and how we relate to it.’ - Lord Edward Manners

To create a paradise of rich biodiversity, within a park of historical importance.

To regenerate the land and restore the soil within, whilst learning from the ancient sward found within the park.

To protect, encourage and support nature via organic practice, and scientific exploration for the benefit of the family; those who live and work at Haddon and on the estate; the local and broader community within the national park; visitors; the planet and for all future generations.

To create a place of education and learning for all generations.

To create a sanctuary of well-being for man and nature alike.

To provide jobs, apprenticeships and training and to support our local economic community.

To provide a platform of support for makers and craftsmen by supporting the retention and development of traditional crafts and skills.

‘As people alive today, we must consider future generations: a clean environment is a human right like any other. It is therefore part of our responsibility toward others to ensure that the world we pass on is as healthy, if not healthier, than we found it.’ - His Holiness, the Dalai Lama