The Estate was sold to the Benton Family and then onto the Briggs family who further developed the 18 hole parkland golf course and turning the House into an elegant Clubhouse. A large part of the arable areas were returned to deer parkland under the Countryside Stewardship Scheme. The creation of Weston Park Golf Club means that people can once more enjoy this beautiful environment.
In October 2006 Martin Goymour added Weston Park and the adjoining Norfolk Dinosaur Park to the Goymour family’s portfolio, which includes Banham Zoo and Africa Alive! Investment into the golf course has continued, and although a non-golfer Martin Goymour comments:-
“Weston has a certain magic about it. We are benefitting from the attention given to the ground decades ago by others and have the joy of a mature parkland with magnificent specimens of trees that must surely make Weston the best inland parkland course in the county. Whilst golfers enjoy the course it is also home to a wide variety of native animals too – in fact a haven for allcomers”.