Welcome to Postlip
We are a small cohousing community of eight homes within a Cotswold manor.
Over the past 50 years, families have come and gone, but the idea of living, working the land and being part of an active community remains the same.
We do lots of things together. We garden organically, within three acres of kitchen garden and 15 acres of land. We tend and maintain our Grade I listed home, tithe barn and estate. We care for livestock - sheep, pigs, chickens... and dream of goats, ducks and maybe alpacas one day! We host events - including the Cotswold Beer Festival - and share wonderful experiences and this amazing place with guests.
Sometimes we just stop, relax and gather as a community. When together we enjoy company and the beauty of this corner of the Cotswolds. We also value the respect this community places on the need for a private life.
We are always interested in meeting potential new members. Currently we have a split level two bedroom unit for sale. If you are interested in finding out about Unit 7 please look at the Unit for sale page.
Our community has eight homes (called 'units'). They are unusual and vary in size - all of them are within the manor house.
We would love to hear from energetic, enthusiastic, sociable people who might be interested in units coming on the market or getting to know us for the future.
Visit Units for sale and Joining Postlip to find out about joining Postlip
We're fully booked for 2019. We've just confirmed prices for 2020.
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We're very active in supporting our nearest town and neighbouring community. Find out more about Winchcombe here: http://winchcombe.co.uk
Sat 1st June 2019
Our very own resident violinist, Ollie Heath, brings his critically acclaimed quartet to Postlip Hall for the first time this summer.
The dynamic and charismatic Heath Quartet is one of the most exciting British chamber ensembles of the moment, steadily building a reputation for their upbeat and integrated sound. The Telegraph calls the “delicate perfection” of their sound “a marvel,” with “an exquisite tenderness,” and The Washington Post praises their “winsome blend of impetuosity and discipline.”
Fresh from New York's Carnegie Hall, experiencing The Heath Quartet in the uniquely intimate setting of Postlip Hall is an opportunity not to be missed.
Benjamin Britten- Quartet no.1 in D major
Maurice Ravel- Quartet in F major
Beethoven- Quartet no.8 in E minor, Op 59 no2
'The music's potency and bravura were conveyed with thrilling conviction…' The Guardian.
'The delicate perfection of the sound was a marvel....' The Telegraph
A Big Thanks!
Photo: Peter Foster
What an amazing night thanks to the brilliance of Emily Barker, Lucas Drinkwater and Mandel. We're gonna miss you all!
Huge thanks to a great crowd too - see you again soon, we hope.
Cotswold Beer Festival
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