Hunters Farm was occupied by the same family from before the Second World War until 2008, and as a result survived in a remarkably unspoilt condition, albeit lacking some modern amenities.
The farmhouse itself dates from 1720 and there are also a number of attractive farm buildings.
The tour will start at 3:00pm and includes
- tour of buildings and land
- demonstration of off-grid electricity technology
- introduction to recently planted woodland
- history of the farm
- pedigree flock of Shetland sheep (including lambs, hopefully)
- tea and cake
Numbers are limited for both dates so first come, first served.
Places are free to DACS members and, if numbers allow, you may bring guests for £5.00 p.p. or full membership. Children welcome — no cost. Dogs on leads at all times.
To book, email Andrew (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 01424 838667 (evenings).