American production company, Cry Havoc Productions Inc. filmed scenes at Alscot Park, featuring some of Jaguar Land Rover's top marques, to appear in an episode of Super-Car Super-Build. The programme show-cases the passion, artistry and engineering behind some of the fastest and most lust-worthy supercars in the world. Exploring the process to create some of the world’s greatest automobiles and discovering what makes each marque’s mechanical prowess.
A fantastic evening of fun, fashion, food and fundraising on Thursday 21st September at 7pm. Tickets £32.50 to include a delicious Bellini & canapes on arrival, followed by a two course dinner with coffee and Fashion Show by Gemini Woman. Pop up shop with clothing and accessories, charity raffle, auction and Heads & Tails. Supporting Shakespeare Hospice and Stratford Bards. For tickets contact Ness Staite t: 01789 450414 e: email@example.com and please note that spaces are limited and full payment secures purchase. Maximum of 8 tickets per person.
The setting was perfect, on the evening of 6th July, as the Alscot Estate XI played cricket against the Birmingham Property Professionals “All Stars” XI. Having won the toss the Estate put the opposition into bat and proceeded to put in place damage limitation as the “All Stars” hit 4s and 6s for fun! Despite some excellent fielding from all players (and some not quite so good catching) the All Stars managed to race along at just under 10 an over to post a formidable total of 191 in ...20 overs. Following a quick break the Estate’s reply started steadily and, despite a couple of quick wickets, solid innings from the middle order saw a brief glimmer of hope for the Estate XI. A fairy-tale victory was, however, never on the cards and some tight bowling ensured that the Estate were kept to a respectable but losing total of 110 in their 20 overs. Overall a disappointing result but an enjoyable evening!
Over 60 members of respective local history groups and societies were welcomed at Alscot Park in June by Emma Holman-West and Lieutenant Colonel George West. The groups experienced a guided tour of Alscot Park followed by a leisurely tour of the stunning garden and parkland.
Alscot was pleased to host 40 Savills Land Agents from across the UK for their annual two day corporate gathering. There was a variety of interesting and relevant speakers, and land agents took part in a tour across the Estate where pit-stops had been arranged in order to show the diversity of the Estate land. Later on the delegates enjoyed gin from Alscot based distillers Shakespeare Distillery and dinner at The Bell, Alderminster - the Estate's own country pub.
David and Ellen Arnold are holding a plant sale at Clift Cottage whilst the beautiful and normally private gardens of Atherstone House will be open courtesy of Mrs Camilla West. Light refreshments and raffle. All welcome and proceeds to MS Society.
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The Partners of Knight Frank hosted a private dinner and special concert at Alscot Park on 4th May 2017.
Orchestra of the Swan, an international professional orchestra based in Stratford upon Avon, are mid-way through their 21st anniversary season, an important milestone, and one which Knight Frank were thrilled to mark with this significant sponsored event.
David Le Page lead the Orchestra as they played Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, in the stunning and magnificently preserved Grade I Rococo gothic style house, to invited guests.
Emma and Andrew Holman-West are avid supporters of the Orchestra and were delighted to contribute their private home, Alscot Park, as the perfect venue for such a special fundraising evening.
The Shakespeare Hospice, based in Stratford upon Avon, is a charity registered with the Charity Commission (registered charity no. 1064091) and is a day hospice providing support for patients, living with a diagnosis of life limiting illness, and their carers and families.
The dedicated nurses, counsellors and therapists provide physical, emotional and practical support to adults, children and young people. Services include transitional support for those that are living with a life limiting illness, those suffering bereavement or for people who are caring for seriously ill family members.
As a company, Alscot and The Bell, choose to support one or two local charities per year in order to help make a significant difference.
Renown children’s television producers, Ragdoll Productions, visited Alscot Park to film a live-action sequence for an episode of Twirlywoos, their latest pre-school series. The Twirlywoos, a combination of stop-frame animation and live-action, features four small, bird-like characters who are inquisitive, enthusiastic and always looking to learn something new about the world. Ever curious, they seek adventure and fun wherever they go!
As yet, Ragdoll does not have a broadcast date for the episode that includes the filming sequence at Alscot Park.
Alscot Park is available as a location for Film & TV for further details please contact Helen Hunt
Based locally at Grove Business Park, artisan coffee roasters and suppliers, Monsoon Estates have bagged yet another high calibre industry award. Chris, Anne and their latest recruit, son Will, hand roast in small batches to literally provide excellence in a cup. Monsoon, who supply the Estate's own pub; The Bell at Alderminster with its own unique Alscot Blend coffee, appear in the Great Taste Awards Top 50 2016 list with 3 stars for their espresso blend. The list was released on Saturday 6th August in the Saturday Times.
Visitors casually meandered through the stunning parkland and gardens of Alscot Park on Tuesday 7th June whilst the sun shone.
Mrs Emma Holman-West, owner, greeted and chatted to the visitors that had come to see the normally private gardens of her family home - Alscot Park.
The small, but very enthusiastic and talented, team of gardeners were on hand to discuss the various areas within the garden and the abundant displays from age old trees to flowering annual perennials such as the great Echium, otherwise known as the Tower of Jewels Flower.
Light refreshments were enjoyed in the Orangery and by the pool before visitors left at their own leisure for a delicious two course lunch at the nearby Bell in Alderminster.
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Work, by the Alscot Property Development team, to convert this two bedroom estate property into a four bedroom family house by adding a two story extension and making alterations to the existing building, is now complete.
The house comprises; four reception rooms, fully fitted kitchen & utility room, WC, main and rear entrance halls with stairs leading to; master bedroom with en-suite/shower room, three further bedrooms and family bathroom. The property with gated access will benefit from an eco-friendly heating system, private car parking and front and rear gardens laid to turf.