If you'd like to book a visit, then please phone or email us to arrange it. We will send you a confirmation letter once a date has been agreed. We also ask that you fill in a short evaluation form afterwards, so that we know how we're doing!

It takes about a week to dry grass out to make hay.

You are welcome to come and do our Running Fox Walks at anytime, but if you're part of a group that would like to know more about it, and meet us, then you'll need to book a visit.

We can adapt to most age groups, and size of groups. We often use the tractor and trailer (don't worry, it's a purpose built visitor trailer!) as part of the visit, this also means disabled visitors can be more easily accommodated.

Visits to our farm are free but you will need to organise and pay for your own transport.

If you'd like to know more about what we offer, please take a look at the information listed to the right, or take a look at our Teachers' Information Pack on the downloads page. We can't put everything on the website however, so if there is something else you'd like to learn from us, please contact us to discuss it more, or complete and submit the form below.

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Pre-School & Infant

Young children love a visit to the farm, we tend to keep it short (they can always end the day with some fun in our play area) - pigs figure highly in their wish list!

Primary School

This is the best age for a child to learn where their food comes from, and how it goes from field to fork.

Secondary School

The range of GCSE subjects that have a connection with farming and conservation is ever-increasing, so we can either provide a broad overview or concentrate on a particular area of interest.

Sixth Form & Undergraduate

Very often students themselves will request a visit, as they want to learn more about environmental issues.

Community Groups

Not sure if you're a community group? Well, neither are we, but we had to call it something! We welcome visits from all sorts of organisations, from Horticultural Societies to Women's Institutes and Local History Groups to Camera Clubs.

Brownies, Cubs, Guides & Scouts

Many 'badges' can be worked on whilst at the farm, or we can talk to your pack about conservation and farming issues that affect them.

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