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Loves Lane Biodynamic Farm

Loves Lane Farm aims to make biodynamic principles the central hub of the community; especially the relationship between humans and the land. We produce our own pork, lamb & beef and also provide practical experiences that empower people to be able to grow food themselves and serve nutritious, organic food to the local community. We show everyone that when they come on to the farm's landscape, the world is a beautiful and safe place.

What's happening?

A 30-Mile Feast, a Tasting or Other?


Two farm open days, with pop up café, on Sat 22 and Sat 29. Learn about the biodynamic principles we use to nourish and grow our food, watch salami-making and kefir butter demos, enjoy delicious food.

More details

Loves Lane Biodynamic Farm

Visitors are warmly welcomed to the farm open day and pop up café. They will participate in a tour of Loves Lane Farm whilst learning about the biodynamic principles that we use to nourish and grow our food. Farmer Brock and members of the Community Gardening Club will show visitors around the polytunnels, growing spaces and retreat spaces.

There will also be opportunities to watch salami making and kefir butter demonstrations. Food grown and prepared on the farm will be available to buy at the pop-up café.


Sat 22 and Sat 29, open 10.30am to 5pm with tours at 11am, and 2.30pm

Any more information?

Tours will take place at 11am and 2.30pm on Sat 22 and Sat 29. Food demonstrations and the pop-up café will run throughout the day.


Booking required for some or all of your events, even if free?


Is there a charge for some events, even if others are free?


Any special directions?



Old Redhouse Farm

Stratton on the Fosse





Loves Lane Biodynamic Farm
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