FarmED is the new Centre for Farming and Food Education based at Honeydale Farm – a diverse 107-acre mixed farm in the Cotswolds.
Focuses on the crucial link between good food and good farming, and with all the current changes in farming, FarmED provides an inspirational place for groups to share knowledge.
Central to FarmED are three beautiful eco-buildings, including a multifunctional educational, meeting and conference space and a farm to fork kitchen and demonstration area. The micro-dairy and farming operations utilise building three.
FarmED’s audience is everyone – the local community, farmers, growers, advisers, foodies, policymakers, students and researchers.
Their mission is to provide learning spaces and events that inspire, educate and connect people to build sustainable farming and food systems that nourish people and regenerate the planet.
If you are passionate about regenerative agriculture, farming with nature, and great food, then join them on the journey. It’s time to make a difference.
FarmED is located in the heart of the Cotswolds and is accessible by road, rail and air. It’s located on the A361 between Chipping Norton and Burford and is just forty minutes from Oxford by car, and only an hour and a half from London by train.
A public bridleway links FarmED directly with Ascott-under-Wychwood (1 mile) and beyond (Charlbury station: 6 miles along the Oxfordshire Way). From Ascott, cross the railway line and river before turning left up the hill towards FarmED.
Located off the A361 between Chipping Norton and Shipton-under-Wychwood.
Trains from London Paddington and Worcester/Hereford connect FarmED to major cities. From Kingham or Charlbury, a local taxi is about a 10 to 15 minutes drive.
The most accessible airports to FarmED are London Heathrow (LHR) and Birmingham (BHX). These are connected to FarmED by the rail network in under 2 hours.