New Visitor Attraction at Specialist Farm

New visitor attraction at specialist farm

A educational and visitor attraction is planned as part of an enterprising new scheme on this specialist farm. A café, shop and an education room to inform visitors about the rare breed animals around the farm will be set into a sloping hillside. A timber frame construction, vertical timber clad walls, a ground source heating system and solar panels add to the ecological principles under which this farm operates. A ‘green’ roof will provide additional space for the goats to graze!

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