Though there is always something going on at the farm, we are keen to work with guests, visitors and community members. We are a community farm, which alongside food production are committed to conservation, outdoor education, mental health, spiritual life and the arts.
To book an outdoor space at the farm for yourself, your business or community group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team will be in touch to arrange a visit.
The farm office has a printer and internet access and access to kitchens.
The spaces available to hire or use include
In the summer months we allow some camping for community groups, individuals and families seeking peace and quiet, or a chance to volunteer or join the farm activities as a break from the norm. Tents can be pitched near the central space for access to the firepit or orchard building.
When the days lengthen – this space can be booked for parties or weddings seeking a stretch tent event. We recommend the team at Tent Peg events who know the farm well and can arrange every aspect of your event for you.
We have a wood clad barn which, alongside agricultural and conservation uses for the farm, can also be booked. It is has a simple PA system, wood burning stoves and electrical points throughout. It can hold about 90 people in normal conditions, but during Covid social distancing is best suited for less than 20.
Eco-Lodge and Prayer Hut
These mobile shepherds huts can be used for one to one work, meetings, prayer or reflection. Eco lodge has a wood burning stove and mains electricity.
These simple farm buildings are totally off the grid, with solar panels for electricity and toilet and shower facilities. Used in the spring for lambing and in the summer months for groups visiting the farm, they are heated with a wood-burning stove.
20 acre field or the woodland meadow.
These are meadow and arable spaces, hand harvested and holistically grazed.
These managed beech woods have access to electrical mains supply and are accessed by a path and join a newly planted orchard. It is an ideal outdoor learning or outdoor worship or performance space.
In the wildlife and ancient orchard, sanctuary space on the farm, this majestic tree-covered clay pit is ideal for outward bound activities, youth groups, artists or schools. It is accessed through cherry orchards and in May is covered with breathtaking bluebells. Outdoor learning about ancient pot-making and rural industries work well here, and the tree canopy makes this space drizzle-proof in the summer months.