We strongly believe that Mini Meadows Farm is our visitors’ farm. Everything we do is for our animals and visitors, and the local community plays a huge role in that. Mini Meadows Farm has great links with several local schools for the disabled and children with special needs, such as autism, who visit weekly. We also work closely with several local care homes to provide rewarding experiences for the elderly.

We are also very pleased to be able to support local charities and fundraise whenever possible – in 2017 alone we raised money for over 30 local charities. At Mini Meadows Farm, we live local and work local. The majority of our team live in the local village and we also support the local economy by encouraging business for accommodation providers, employing local tradesmen, and we source all of the produce for the café locally.

Caring for the environment is very important to us at Mini Meadows Farm, which is why as part of the farm’s development, we created a 1-acre wildflower meadow and planted 500 trees, including Oaks and Scots Pines, in small drifts to encourage wildlife. We also created two large ponds and planted them with 1000 native water plants, which now provide an ideal habitat for fish, frogs, dragonflies, newts, grass snakes and voles.

The heating and hot water for all of our barns is via environmentally friendly air source heat pumps, and we don’t use chemicals or fertilisers on any of the farm. We also installed a reed bed system to break down the effluent. And of course, we recycle as much as possible.

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Katie Pike


07877 497270

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