Sunnyfields Farm is a family run and family friendly farm that welcomes visitors 7 days a week!
We are passionate about offering fresh, local produce in our Farm Shop and are pleased to offer a selection of our own grown fruits and vegetables and home made products straight out of our on site kitchen, as well as a great range of zero waste and sustainable refill products.
Our aim is to reach as many people as possible and we are always looking to expand our activities and events down on the farm, making it a regular place for both the community and those visiting the area to enjoy.
We are constantly thinking of the future and will be increasing our zero waste and sustainable products in the shop, as well as producing more products on site with high quality and provenance, whether through our onsite production kitchen or butchery.
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Sunnyfields Farm is lovingly run by Ian and Louise Nelson and was started 30 years ago in 1989 when they returned to the UK after meeting whilst undertaking Voluntary Service Overseas in Malawi. Their son, Tom, also now works full time on the farm after returning to his roots from his corporate life in London.
Sunnyfields Farm started by growing it’s own organic vegetables, which it still does today, proudly selling them in the onsite Farm Shop alongside a great range of local, quality products. Over the past 30 years Sunnyfields Farm has diversified into hosting events on the farm, as well has creating home made products in the in-house production kitchen and also now houses a butchery and onsite eateries.
Ian, Louise, Tom and everyone who works at Sunnyfields Farm are passionate about farming, the environment and community education; with the aim of reconnecting people with where their food comes from through meaningful experiences. Whether you are looking for a great day out, some great food to enjoy or a local well-stocked Farm Shop, Sunnyfields Farm has something for everyone and we hope to see you down on the farm soon!