We welcome visitors to the farm. We are very open about what we do and are delighted to be given an opportunity to talk about it! The farm is easily accessible by road and we have plenty of parking onsite. We are also just a 1.5 mile walk from Bentley train station. Alternatively, many of our customers arrive by bike!
Download Farm Trail Map and Guidance HERE or Scan this QR code to download the map to your device
Our Farm Trails are open all year round at any time of the day. They are a great way to get some fresh air and exercise amongst beautiful tranquil countryside.
Both of our two trails start at the Farm Shop. A large trail map is attached to the side of the shop building, and copies along with further guidance can be collected inside during opening hours or downloaded before you visit.
The trails are between one and two miles long, however there are opportunities to branch off and extend or reduce this distance using the extensive network of footpaths that cross the farm.
We add seasonal variations to the farm trails – which are great fun and a firm favourite with children.
We hold regular, seasonal open days to help tell and show our customers what we are up to. These offer an opportunity to discover more about the farm, meet the animals and talk to farm staff.
We welcome families on these days and offer a range of activities to keep our younger visitors occupied.
Upcoming open days are advertised locally and on our homepage.
Providing opportunities for children to learn about food and farming is hugely important and we are committed to developing close relationships with our local schools.
We have staff who are CEVAS (Countryside Educational V isits Accreditation Scheme) trained and experienced in tailoring farm visits to meet the individual needs of our visiting schools.
We offer children a true field to fork experience, with opportunities to learn about the entire food chain – from production on the farm, cutting and packaging in our onsite butchery unit and food retail in our farm shop.
We host visits throughout the year, enabling children to learn and gain experience of a working farm through the seasons.