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Reducing our impact on the environment is an important focus at Sedgeford Hall Estate and so, wherever possible, we are taking steps to reduce waste, support our community and work regeneratively. No project is too big or too small - ranging from our resident Bug Hotel, lovingly named 'Bugford Hall', to our newest project, a 44.5 hectare solar farm.

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Reducing our impact on the environment is an important focus at Sedgeford Hall Estate and so, wherever possible, we are taking steps to reduce waste, support our community and work regeneratively. No project is too big or too small - ranging from our resident Bug Hotel, lovingly named 'Bugford Hall', to our newest project, a 44.5 hectare solar farm.
An elegant Grade II listed property, built of local sand-coloured brick, Sedeford Hall was built in the reign of Queen Anne, and completed in 1713.
Based on Sedgeford Hall Estate, SHARP (Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project) is an independently-run archaeological project investigating the parish of Sedgeford, Norfolk.
Reducing our impact on the environment is an important focus at Sedgeford Hall Estate and so, wherever possible, we are taking steps to reduce waste, support our community and work regeneratively. No project is too big or too small - ranging from our resident Bug Hotel, lovingly named 'Bugford Hall', to our newest project, a 44.5 hectare solar farm.
An elegant Grade II listed property, built of local sand-coloured brick, Sedeford Hall was built in the reign of Queen Anne, and completed in 1713.
Based on Sedgeford Hall Estate, SHARP (Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project) is an independently-run archaeological project investigating the parish of Sedgeford, Norfolk.

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