Wallington Estate Morpeth
The Wallington Estate lies 19km west of Morpeth in Northumberland. It was gifted to the National Trust in 1941 by Sir Charles Philips Trevelyan and has been managed by NT since 1958. It remains NTs largest intact Agricultural Estates at 5,431 hectares and includes agricultural land including 15 farms. In 2018 we produced a "50 year vision nature vision" for the Estate. This 10 year woodland plan represents the start of this process where we hope to make our woodlands richer in wildlife and more resilient to future change. The plan describes what we want to do and why we want to do it. We'll use your feedback to help shape our work.
If you'd like a response to your feedback please indicate this by ticking the checkbox at the bottom of this page. We'll then get back to you with the overall results of this consultation once it has closed in December.
Wallington Countryside Team
- 1 Wallington Woodland Plan 2019 Main Plan Part 1 PDF | 1.78MB | Updated: 06/11/2018
- 2 Wallington Woodland Plan 2019 Compartment Notes & Objectives PDF | 687kB | Updated: 06/11/2018
- 3 Wallington Woodland Plan 2019 Maps Final PDF | 7.34MB | Updated: 06/11/2018