Children walking through ancient woodland.

“Romshed is a beautiful farm and with the teaching of Mrs Weston it represents a rare opportunity for the children to get a sense of farming and nature. I think both the children and the teachers learnt a huge amount from this lovely morning”. - Jonathon Bishop, Year 8 teacher.

“Your tour was spot on… the barn was a big wow to see, be in, as a group meeting place”. - Jackie Thomas, Deputy Head teacher.

Visits and Education at Romshed Farm

We believe strongly that unless people can understand more about farming they are unable to make proper choices over what they eat. Over the years we have hosted a great many visits to the farm and Fidelity has completed a Cevas Course which means we have a good understanding of the health and safety and risk assessment requirements for a safe and successful visit.

National education charity The Country Trust help disadvantaged children to learn and grow through hands-on day visits to real working farms, residential visits to the countryside and yearlong programmes exploring every aspect of growing and cooking food. We are pleased to be a host farmer for them. They rely on donations to keep their good work going as is shown in this short film

We are very pleased to be hosting a live webcam installed by Country Trust.

Visit their website and you can see what is going on at the Farm. It is restricted to WiFi range but we are positioning it on whatever is most interesting at the time.

We also have Open Days during the year for everyone to see the farm and meet the animals and to keep up to date with these please keep an eye on the website or join our Newsletter

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Pauline and Peter opening a moth trap.

Andy on a wet spring day.

Fidelity looking at crickets in the wildflower meadows.


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