Organic registered for 23 years, we are a grassland farm on the coastal levels next to the Bridgwater Bay estuary. Farming alongside nature, we are raising beef cattle on diverse pastures, keeping bees & planting for pollinators. We manage ditch and pond habitats for species such as water voles and wading birds, and we focus on resilience for soil, water, biodiversity and people.
A 30-Mile Feast, a Tasting or Other?
Two open farm days on Fri 14 and Sat 15: short guided walks, learn why we farm as we do, honey tasting and sales.
Short guided walks to see cattle, herb rich pastures and hedge and ditch habitats with explanation of how we farm and why we farm the way we do. Visitors can wander around the kitchen garden, organic vegetable and flower plot and restored orchard with bee hives. Watch bees in an observation hive and taste our 'Petals and Pastures' honey produced by bees visiting clovers, phacelia and other flowers growing on the farm. Honey and produce for sale.
Fri 14, Sat 15
Any more information?
11am to 4pm both days
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?
Farm drive entrance is on the main A38 road, heading South we are approx 0.6 miles from Highbridge on the right. Heading North we are 400 yards after the Orchard Inn on the left.
How to book
Maundrils Farm, 68 Main Road
Find us online
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