Open days

Wildflower meadow 2022

Wednesday- Sunday    10am till 7pm. --- 18th May-September 18th.*

£5 per adult, children free. 

*Closed 26thJunu-5th July for festival. 

 

  With over 50 acres of ancient wildflower meadows, orchards, traditional farm buildings, informal gardens, greenhouses, a walled garden, cider museum, shop and animals to see, Goren Farm offers an experience for all the family. 

  Wander the self-guided nature trails to explore, hedges mires, woods and streams, see how the cider is made. 

Café:

While you’re here enjoy some delicious homemade cakes scones and refreshments

Freshly ground coffee. savoury scones with home grown salad and cider. 

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 grazed margins to allow good access. We ask you kindly to stick to the short grass areas to protect out crop and livelihood.
  Picnic benches can be found scattered around the farm. You are welcome to bring your own food and drink. 

Directions:

head for Stockland Hill television Mast. Turn east down Ridge Cross to ridge, signposted at the 1st T-Junction.   
We have some play equipment on the garden for children, trampoline, climbing tree, hammock and swings. Self guided nature trails. Hedges, woods and streams to explore.  Please supervise your children at all  times. 

NGS openings

 In the 1st 2 weekends in June we are opening for the NGS and all entrance fees go to the charity as well some profits from the cafe.  A donation box is available for the NGS as we are still supporting that charity throughout the season and will donate a proportion of our proceeds.