Being part of the community is an important part of the Estate and the way it is run. It has become tradition that every March, staff and neighbours of the estate come together for ‘clean up day’ where teams are sent out to litter pick on the roads around the villages, normally followed by tea and cake afterwards.

Pheasant and partridge shot on the estate are sold to local neighbours, ensuring the business is sustainable and Woolley Park also contributes to the running of the Social Club in North Fawley where a fun night has been had by many!

Kirsten is often seen championing local causes and is chairman of the Mary Hare Foundation, a charity that raises money for the Mary Hare school for deaf children and has also been president of the Royal County of Berkshire Show.

Tours of the estate and the opportunity to invite people to look at the farm have always been welcomed at Woolley, particularly if they are in aid of charity or education and open days are frequent during the summer.

If you are from the local community and would like to get in touch please use the details on the contact page