If you would like to learn how we grow our food here and raise the animals do come on one of our public trailer rides, suitable for all ages. A great opportunity to ask questions and see behind the scenes of a working organic farm. see here for trailer ride dates in 2018
We are committed to re-establishing the connections between nature, farming, and meeting human needs and believe that, as farmers and land stewards, we have a responsibility to efficiently produce food for the local community while protecting our soil and creating and maintaining biodiversity. We welcome people to call about arranging a visit to the farm. We also regularly schedule for the public and for farm guests.
Please click on the menu items to the left or for more ideas or contact us for further information.
Picnic area with shelter.
Cloakroom for coats and bags
7 Toilets (1 accessbile) and 10 hand basins
Meeting/emergency point at The Organic Farm Shop
Suitability for people with restricted mobility:
Hard Surface parking area
Some Surfaced Paths
Toilet for disabled
Tuesday – Friday, 9:00 -14:00, and otherwise by special arrangement
What to wear?
Visitors should dress in layers of seasonally appropriate clothing, including sturdy outdoor shoes (not sandals) and ideally Wellington boots as we will ask you to walk through a trough of disinfectant. Coach drivers often request changing into street shoes before departure.
Abbey Home Farm is primarily a working farm. Except for the purpose of walking on one of our designated trails, all visits need to be organised in advance.
How to Get Here?
Make sure you visit our How to Find Us page- as Sat Nav will get you lost.
If you will need hire a coach to get to us- we highly recommend Alexcars. Not only do they offer a high quality service, but we have found them to be the best priced. This is especially true if you are coming to visit us from London / greater London area.