Throughout the year we host walks and visits to the farm. We hope you will join us for one (or several!) to build a picture of the whole farm.

Walks usually last between 2 and 3 hours, unless otherwise specified, and will almost always include tea and biscuits. Please let us know of any dietary requirements. Children are welcome on any walk; these events are not be arranged specially for them but they will have plenty of space and their questions, like yours, will always be addressed.

As always we will try to accommodate anyone with mobility difficulties but it helps to contact us in advance. Except for lambing, dogs may come if calm and on a lead. Please check each event for booking details. Remember to wear suitable footwear for uneven ground.

We look forward to seeing you!


Early Autum Wildflower Walk

Early Autum Wildflower Walk

The Agroecological Way is a five day course that aims to introduce participants to the key principles of agroecology and grant first-hand insight to a broad range of agroecological enterprises in order to understand the key opportunities and challenges within the sector.

The course aims to get participants thinking like agroecological farmers, weighing up complex interactions within agro-ecosystems and considering their influence on farm management to balance productivity with regeneration

Who is the course for?

Whether you’re a young person looking for the opportunity to do meaningful work, someone tired of their job and seeking a career change, or you simply care about the decisions that are taken about Britain’s farmland and countryside, then this course will provide you with tools to take action and contribute to the agroecological transition.



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