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Home Farm Hursley

Hampshire Southern EnglandCovering 1332 acresPedigree Dorset Horn Sheep

Pedigree Beef Shorthorn Herd

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Home of the Hursley Cattle Partnership

Pedigree Beef Shorthorn Herd40 breeding cattle
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Home of The Lynch Baa Flock

Rare breedFounded in 200930 HoggetsGrazed around Merdon Castle
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Home of Merdon Castle

Late 12th centuryHenry de Blois Winchester until 1552Surrendered to King Edward VI
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Home of The Hursley 10k

10 / 5k multi terrain runThousands of pounds raisedKids fun runCharity registered event
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Home of Hursley Park Cricket Club

Founded in 1785Hursley Park for over 70 years
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Home of Sunlight Cottages

Built during the Edwardian eraLet on shorthold tenancies

Home of the Hursley Cattle Partnership

The Hursley herd was established in 2010 as a partnership between Finian O’Sullivan and David Rees with the purchase of the majority of the Wavendon herd from Christopher Marler.

Home of the Lynch Baa Flock

Sheep have grazed around Merdon Castle since the twelve century and the Lynch Baa Flock plays an important environmental role around the castle and in other less accessible grazing areas of the estate.

Home of the Sunlight Cottages

Believed to have been built during the Edwardian era, Sunlight Cottages are three pairs of semi-detached cottages situated on a private road north-west of Home Farm.

Home of Merdon Castle

The earliest references to Hursley date from the late 12th century; Bishop of Winchester Henry de Blois built a manor house called Merdon Castle, within the parish, in 1138.

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