Welcome to Wormsley
Set in rolling countryside outside Stokenchurch in Buckinghamshire (Jct 5, M40), Wormsley is a private estate and has been home to the Getty Family since 1985. The Estate is first mentioned in official records in 1106, and since 1547 has been in only two families; the Scropes/Fanes and the Gettys.
Wormsley is also recognised for being the home of Garsington Opera, for its world-renowned Library & Cricket Ground, for its Shoot and beautiful landscapes. More recently the Estate has become known as a wonderful secluded location for meetings, functions, celebrations and weddings.
Locations across the estate for every occasion
The Estate offers an exceptionally beautiful Chilterns country landscape and some wonderful locations for our guests to enjoy – from its traditional barns, buildings, gardens and vistas, to the castellated library, the world-famous Cricket Ground and the more recent Robin Snell designed structures and pavilions.
The perfect canvas to create your special experience
For private individuals, families and corporate organisations, Wormsley offers the ability to blend various locations & settings across the Estate to allow unique experiences to be created and enjoyed.
- “ One of the most challenging shoots in the country ”
- 3rd June 2020
Following The English Garden magazine’s profile of the Gardens at Wormsley in May 2019, we’re delighted that our Head Gardener, Charlotte Tremlin, was asked by the magazine to select her Top 10 long-lasting flowers for cutting and arranging.
- 24th February 2020
We’re delighted to announce our public fixtures for the 2020 season.
Following the relaying of the Square in the Autumn, and the installation of 4 hybrid pitches planned for April, we are delaying the start of the season until early June, to allow the new Square to bed-in. We will enjoy over 25 days of Cricket this summer, ranging from the traditional Sir Paul Getty XI matches
- 23rd February 2020
We’re delighted to give an update on the new Square here at Wormsley and some of our wider plans as far as cricket is concerned.
The original square was laid 28 years ago, and the first game on the new ground was fittingly between two local villages that border the Estate – Ibstone v Fingest on Sunday 10th May 1992. The Sir Paul Getty ground was officially opened on Sunday 24th May 1992 by Bob Wyatt
Friday 26th June 2020
Monday 06th July 2020
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