For enquiries about meat and other products, please ring or email, details on contact page.

Farm Walk and Garden will be open from Easter, weather permitting.

This year we hope to work on the farm walk and garden.  Still the same wildlife friendly farm, rustic appearance as usual but with more to look at and more accessible .

The Haven Tunnel is now in it’s second year and the plants have grown and are more established.  We have some unusual bits and bobs along with the well known favourites.  The bee and butterfly garden is coming along nicely, last year we had an abundance of bumble bees and small tortoiseshell butterflies.

Cream teas will be available from 30th March, also filled baguettes, home-made soup and roll, cheese scones etc.

We accept card payments (excepting American Express) for purchases over £10


Whole hogget vac-packed ready for the freezer approximately £140, depending on size.

Half hogget as above approximately £70.

By order, please phone 01458 251127

 Kate Lynch is a local artist and author who has spent two years shadowing farming families on the Somerset Levels - including us.

She has published a book of her paintings, drawings and recorded conversations and

we have this lovely book for sale (signed by Kate) for £15

In 2015 /2016 we replaced a cider apple orchard  destroyed by cattle in the 1950’s.  We decided to use standard trees rather than commercial bush trees.  They take longer to mature and grow to an eventual enormous height but make very good housing for the local birds and bugs!  Local varieties of cider apple trees were planted such as Kingston Black, Brown’s and Dabinett.

Have a look at the pictures below showing some of what goes on at School Farm.

Marking out the new cider apple orchard Dessert apple tree in bloom.