Landscapes, Rivers and Private Tracks Cowdray Filming Locations

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Landscapes, Rivers and Private Tracks

Cowdray is home to a rich variety of landscapes, from the chalky downland to the greensand of Amersham common. We also have a large number of private tracks and roads that can offer uninterrupted use throughout the daytime and night.

Bridges on the Estate

Cowdray Estate is home to a number of bridges, many of which are on private land and not open to the public.

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Miles of

Private Roads & Tracks

A variety of both tarmac and dirt tracks can be found on the Estate. Please click the link below to view more footage of the roads and tracks we have available.

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A plethora of

Woodland

Over 35% of Cowdray’s 16,000 acres is woodland - three times the national average for an Estate of this size. From ancient forest, chestnut coppice to large conifer plantations.

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Disused chalk quarry

Cocking Quarry and Limeworks

Dating from 1768 this now disused chalk quarry is a versatile filming location.

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Home to some of Englands oldest trees

The Deer Park & Benbow Pond

The Deer Park at Benbow Pond is home to some of the countries oldest and largest historic trees. ​Once upon a time, Queen Elizabeth I sheltered under this tree on a visit to Midhurst. The tree is now over 1000 years old.

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