Change in the air at Sandringham- how Prince Charles is taking over the reins at the Norfolk estate

There’s what you might call a change in the air at Sandringham, the Queen’s Norfolk estate.

The culprits are not hard to find. Several hundred rare-breed cattle have been introduced in recent times, and the vast piles of manure they produce have been spread around the land as organic fertiliser.

The cows are by no means the only new development. The Sandringham gardens are under renovation, with the accent on protecting rare and native plants. Sandringham’s wider grounds are to become a…

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