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Hadleigh Farm has evolved over the last 122 years. Today we are a commercial farm, a place of natural beauty, committed to environmental and social progress, and home to an English Heritage site.

Our tea rooms are renowned throughout the local community and beyond for the quality of food and the atmosphere. You will be served by trainees from the Hadleigh Training Centre which works with the Salvation Army to re-train people with special educational needs. Next to the tea room is the farm shop where we sell unique homemade goods and produce.

We combine our commitment to environmental conservation with family fun at our rare breeds centre. People of all ages will love our rare sheep, ponies, pigs and poultry.

As well as being the site of the Mountain Biking event for the 2012 Games, Hadleigh Farm offers a number of attractions for the whole family. Our guided walks offer a fascinating insight into the Hadleigh Farm area, including the historic 14th century Hadleigh Castle and our commercial farm.

So if you are interested in nature or history, whether you want a place for treasured family memories watching your children feeding woolly pigs or are simply looking to immerse yourself in the idyllic English countryside then Hadleigh Farm is perfect for you.

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Phone: 01702 426260

Or send us e-mail at emma.sayer@salvationarmy.org.uk or london2012@essex.gov.uk

 

Did you know...

Hadleigh Farm was originally part of William Booth's, "Darkest England" scheme. This involved people from what he referred to as the, "submerged tenth" being helped and in some cases rescued by Salvationists. They would then be offered work and shelter in the City Colony before being transferred to the Country Colony and eventually to the Overseas Colony.