The Latest News and Articles from Quex Park

Quex Park in May

There must be nothing nicer than a walk in the countryside in May and at Quex Park the May blossom…

HELP UKRAINE EVENT AT QUEX PARK

On Saturday 21st May Quex Barn will be opening their doors to support the Help Ukraine Appeal. The gardens of…
Oilseed Rape against a blue sky

Quex Park in April

April arrived with a snowy start at Quex Park, so it is lovely to see the bright yellow blossoms of…

Bumblebees and Conservation

Quex Park, through its association with conservation and stewardship of the land projects, recognises the importance of encouraging pollinating insects…
Field margins at Quex Park

The Benefit of Field Margins

Providing a variety of wildflowers, grasses and hedgerows along the field margins in this way encourages pollinating insects. Many insects…

Quex Park and Conservation

With 174 acres turned over to conservation management, the Quex Park Estate is like an oasis for the survival of…
two turtle doves in a tree

Operation Turtle Dove

Quex Park and Operation Turtle Dove Quex Park provides a welcome respite on Quex farmland for turtle doves who return…
quex park round tower Ukraine flag

Quex Park in March

March saw the start of an urgent humanitarian project at Quex Park to assist the people of Ukraine. Donations poured…

Quex Park in February

DRILLING WHEAT Drilling wheat at Kings End Farm.  This farm has heavy soil and is situated on marshland. It is…
bird singing

Quex Park in January

REDWING Wonderful to see a Redwing on the Quex Park Estate. These birds are on the Amber list for conservation…
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