Daylands Farm is surrounded by woodland; we have one boundary along the Honeybridge Stream, fields in Wiston and the house in Ashurst.
Our farm is ideal for conservation as the fields and wooded areas are small, with many hedgerows and a lake dug in 1991 for wildlife, and stocked with coarse fish.
Daylands is unique and we like to share it; for study, for walks, occasional cream teas, foraging and camping. Visiting groups include schools, youth groups and conservation volunteers, who can help with projects such as coppicing and hedge-laying.
Farming is a way of life for us, a very busy life certainly but also a very fulfilling one.