Chatsworth House: A Great British Year - Episode 2

Chatsworth House: A Great British Year

Chatsworth is in deep lockdown and learning to live life under the new normal. The community rallies - the estate farm shop becomes a much-needed delivery service. Residents of estate village Edensor take to their doorsteps at 8pm on Thursday evenings to clap the NHS; the Duke and Duchess show their support by lighting the house up blue. Out on the estate farms, the pandemic feels a long way away. Life springs eternal as 2,000 ewes give birth to 3,500 lambs in the sunshine
Aired:
Dec 26, 2021
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