Guided farm walk - Nature-friendly farming project - Old Barton

Find out what plans we have to make the farm more nature-friendly. Discover what wildlife we already have here and what we are doing for nature and climate change for the future.

  • Booking essential
  • Free event

Join a National Trust ranger for a guided tour of this important coastal site. Visit areas previously not open to the public and learn more about the Trust's exciting plans to improve the farm for wildlife.

The basics

Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
Book by phone or click - Check availability - to book online.
Suitability
Suitable for 14 years and upwards
Meeting point
Old Barton Farm, Wembury, PL9 0DN. We are meeting in a field, the postcode will not guide you to the exact point. More details under Other info. What3Words ///wimp.brother.kebab
What to bring and wear
Dress appropriately for the weather, it is an exposed farm so bring layers, sun cream, etc. Wear sturdy footwear suitable for uneven ground. Bring a drink and snack.
Accessibility
Some steep hills but a slow walk as looking at plants, walk around 2/3 miles.
Other
Directions from Plymouth. On Wembury Road after Trescan House, take the next left onto a track heading towards Foxcove Scout Campsite, Wembury. Parking in field 300m up this track. This event is free. If you would like to make a donation to our conservation work, you can donate £5 by texting WEMBURY to 70525.

Contact Info

Name
Sue Beegan
Email
southdevon@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01752 346585

Upcoming events

Guided farm walk - Nature-friendly farming project - New Barton

Tue 07 Jun 2022
14:00-17:00
Find out what plans we have to make the farm more nature-friendly. Discover what wildlife we already have here and what we are doing for nature and climate change for the future.

Guided farm walk - Nature-friendly farming project - Old Barton

Sat 09 Jul 2022
14:00-17:00
Find out what plans we have to make the farm more nature-friendly. Discover what wildlife we already have here and what we are doing for nature and climate change for the future.