Packington Estate

The stunning new home of Festival of Sport

The Estate

An oasis in the heart of England

Packington Estate is situated at the centre of the country, nestled between Birmingham and Coventry. Originally built in 1639, the Grade II listed Packington Hall is the seat of the Earl of Aylesford and is set in 300 acres of parkland with gardens designed by Capability Brown. 

The mix of farming, forestry, residential, commercial and leisure business make this a truly unique Estate and a bustling community to live, work and play.

Woodland, Forestry & Farming

Protecting the countryside

The Estate woodland comprises a mix of commercial plantations (mainly soft woods) along with amenity and sporting woodland (mainly hardwoods).

All of the Estates Woodland is included within the Estate 20 year Forestry Management Plan that ensures that the woodland habitat is maintained and improved for both timber quality and habitat.

Historically the Estate had a diverse range of farming enterprises to include dairy herds and pig farms. Today the majority of the land is set for arable production, however there are still extensive areas of grassland that support beef and sheep farming. 


Packington Hall