Events Calendar

Find out what's going on at Ugbrooke House

See below for our upcoming events. Click on an event title to find out more information.

See below for our upcoming events. Tap on an event date to find out more information.

Ugbrooke Estate Christmas Trees for sale
Ugbrooke Estate Christmas trees for Sale
Ugbrooke Estate Christmas trees for Sale
Ugbrooke Estate Christmas Trees for sale

Thank you to all our summer 2023 visitors, we hope to welcome  you to Ugbrooke  again when we re-open for summer 2024.

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RNLI Charity  fundraiser – Sunday 3rd  Sept. 2023, 10am – 4pm

The grounds of Ugbrooke will be open for a charity fundraiser on behalf of the Teignmouth RNLI.

the events offers, Morris dancers, vintage car display, The Back tot he Beech Boyz, stall & the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful grounds whilst raising money for this wonderful local & national charity.

(please note Historic House members do not qualify for free entry to this event, instead a modest entry fee for charity is payable by all).

by Brendan Rawlings of 

Zen Wood Design

Ugbrooke House & Gardens are delighted to be showcasing a selection of sculptures by Brendan Rawlings during their 2024 Summer season.

The organisers at Ugbrooke are keen to support the Arts and are excited to collaborate with this talented local artist.

The organisers at Ugbrooke are keen to support the Arts and are excited to collaborate with this talented local artist.

Brendan Rawlings is a driftwood artist from Woodbury in Devon. He began his journey into art in January 2019 when he crafted a driftwood shark for his brother-in-law. After uploading the image to Facebook, he quickly garnered 20+ commissions, leading to the birth of Zen Wood Design. Brendan immediately transitioned to full-time work and has not looked back since. 

He exclusively uses reclaimed or drift/fall wood in his artwork and woodworking projects, ensuring sustainability by making monthly donations to a leading UK charity dedicated to planting trees. 

Brendan firmly believes that sustainability should be central to all business practices, emphasising the importance of protecting the environment, which fits perfectly with Ugbrooke House and Gardens values.

As a new artist, Brendan finds immense gratification in transforming discarded wood into objects that encapsulate the essence of nature. Since starting in 2019, Brendan has been featured in the National Press, worked on CH4’s Good with Wood proof of concept, and will also be showing sculptures at Glastonbury Festival this year. www.zenwooddesign.co.uk

The sculpture trail will be available to view at Ugbrooke House and Gardens, Monday to Thursday from 3rd June to 25th July. Opening hours are 11am – 4.30pm (last admission 3.30pm).

Further details and ticket prices are available on the website: www.ugbrooke.co.uk

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