Just 5 miles from ancient Gloucester and a short walk from the Severn estuary you’ll find Moor Farm, which will be lambing at Easter. The farm is very accessible but secluded and peaceful at the end of a mile-long private drive lined with beautiful trees. Catching a first glimpse of the century-old traditional orchard and herd of rare Gloucester cattle feeding on the fertile grass of the Severn floodplain, you’ll really leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind. In the central courtyard, which brings you back to a long-gone era of horse and carriage, you’ll meet the three generations farming Moor Farm. Their great passion is not only for farming but equally for history and the preservation of nature. The Watts family are active, involved members of the rare breed association. On the farm this year, specials will be the May 30 hatching chicks and new Easter roast meal.



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T: 01420 80804
W: http://www.featherdown.co.uk/farm/moor-farm.html
A: Moor Farm, Church Lane, Moreton-Valence, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2 4RJ, UK

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