GREAT DAYS OUT
For the entire family
Winter & Covid-19 Update!
We will be taking a short break over winter and will reopen in MARCH 2021!
Workshops & demos
Enjoy a wide range of seasonal demonstrations and workshops throughout the year. From spring lambing and shearing, summer hay making and autumn harvesting and preparing for winter.
Meet the animals
Meet, feed and pet our farm animals. Including goats, alpacas, sheep, pony and chickens!
Learn how we care for them and what makes us different from modern intensive farming.
Collect an order or drop in to see what we have available. Please understand there may be a little wait and we may be limited on some items, as we only rear small flocks,
Fresh homemade food served through the day.
Made from real ingredients, our own farm's seasonal produce, as well as local organic milk, ice-creams and apple juices.
Our Winter Menu:
Seasonal Vegan Soup
Handmade Roti Wraps
Selection of Fresh Cakes
Courses & Workshops
Apple pressing, willow weaving, soap making and much more! We offer a wide range of engaging courses and workshops for the entire family!
Check out our up-coming events to find out what's going on at the farm.
Join us this Weekend!
We strongly recommend you make your first visit to the farm on an Open day to allow us to show you the farm and what we do. Customers can enjoy walks around the farm and chill in the magical woodland play area, enjoy fresh food in our cafe and see first hand what is happening on our farm through the seasons.
Book now for Spring & Summer
Times: Visits run from 11:00am - 5:00pm
Parking: On-site parking available*
Admission: £12 Adult | £8.00 Child (5 - 15yrs)
*Parking for cars, mini buses and coaches available. For large groups, please let us know your vehicle sizes before visiting.
While parents and guardians can bring small children, we have no creche or childcare facilities and we expect parents and guardians to supervise young children at all times.
Disabled access: Our cafe and the main farm area (menagerie, picnic area and a few animal ranges) are wheelchair accessible. The rest of the farm is accessible via the roads, paths and tracks however as the ground can be uneven (general fields and farmland) to access all areas of the farm would need a companion to help manoeuvre in places.