About the Farm

Our organic Farm is perfectly situated on south facing slopes overlooking Chew Valley Lake in North Somerset.

When Bryony and her husband moved to the Farm in December 1995 little planting had been done but over time with a little experience of gardening and helpful advice from friends and professionals they began building fruit cages, ponds, raised vegetable beds, a croquet lawn, herb garden and woodland areas which are now all well-established and give the community living on the farm, and the local wildlife, much pleasure throughout the seasons.

 

Westfield Farm is now a community of conservationist wildlife enthusiasts with new diverse projects taking shape (Covid-19 permitting), we welcome volunteers and visitors. If you'd like to visit us please get in touch via contact us page. 

 

There are currently five projects at the Farm,  the Wilding Orchard, Limeburn Hill Vineyard, Forest Garden, and the newest addition The Slopes Project and of course, The Bees, without whom little pollination would take place! 

 

To find out more click the links below:

Forest Garden

A sustainable, permaculture project for anyone with an interest in forest gardening and the growing of local, natural hedgerow food.

Wilding Orchard

Beccy and Sam have plans to cultivate and improve the orchard's potential.They are cider makers with a passion for organic produce using natural and wild ingredients.

Vineyard

 Perched on sunny south-facing slopes overlooking the Chew Valley the vineyard was hand-planted in 2015 with 1800 vines. Robin and Georgina also run tours and tastings during the summer.

The Slopes

Westfield's Farm 5 Acre slopes are being transformed into a Food and Fuel Forest. 

Follow our progress by clicking the link below...

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