National Garden Scheme - Open Days, and Evenings 2020
due to corvid crisis we shall not be providing refreshments or guided walk but will be opening for you to enjoy the meadows as 12noon-9pm 30th May- 31st July. **This may change depending on govemnment guidance**
NEW This year we are opening a small farm shop and off licence where you can buy out produce including honey, a choice of ciders, cider vinegar and apply juice as well as seeds and some craft items. Also fruit and Veg in season as well as Ruby Red devon beef and Spring Lamb frozen or fresh when available. This will be open by appointment so please ring the bell and someone will be there to serve you.
Wildflower weekends at Goren Farm from 30th May 2020. Entrance £5 per person goes directly to the NGS who support various charities. Children and students free. Teas and cakes are also available as well as a locally procuced Cider. A percentage of profits from additional sales also goes towards the NGS garden scheme. We have raised over £20,000 over the past few years and also given away £7000 from Goren festival so far.
Visit the meadows and Gardens:
£5 charge per adult, children free, all proceeds will go to charity
With over 70 acres of ancient wildflower meadows, orchards, traditional farm buildings, informal gardens, greenhouses, a walled garden and animals to see, Goren Farm offers an experience for all the family.
Dogs welcome but please keep them on a lead at all times. Please pick up dog poop, bin provided in the car park. whilst the fields are extensive we have mowed footpaths and ask you kindly to stick to them to protect out crop and livelyhood.
Open Weekends: 10am-5pm
We are open for the first 3 weekends in June, with guided walks at 10.30am and 2.30pm (1.5-3 hours), focusing on the history, management and species in the meadows. Information about the farm and its history can be found in our visitor's center and farm shop.
Homemade teas and cakes are available till 5pm on a takeaway basis from the farm shop.
Open Evenings. 2020
Dates: 1st June - 31 July* Evenings: 5pm-9pm
Footpaths are mown through the meadows and picnic benches can be found scattered around the site. You are welcome to bring your own food and drink.
We may not always be available so donations to the NGS can be put in the box provided and maps are available in the car park.
* Cancelled : Due to the annual Goren Festival the farm will be closed to non-festival visitors from 2rd-6th July 2020. However, if you would like to join us at the Goren Festival, tickets can be booked here.