Our Heritage, Our History, Our Island Home

Three generations of farmers, 120 Verges of farmland, and one goal – keep our island green and our heritage alive

What we do


Open days on the farm

Welcoming learning groups

Studying local wildlife

Our Story

1960s

Our family bought the first parcel of farmland which we still farm to this day

1980s

We started farming another farm up the road, this is the farmland used for most of our open days

2000s

We stopped being a commercial working dairy farm when milk quotas were introduced

2020s

We started Heritage Farm and opened our gates for the first open days on the farm by selling pumpkins

Connect, explore, and learn about the island’s history through artifacts, local animal breeds, wildlife, and the natural environment.

Follow along on our adventures safeguarding Guernsey’s local heritage, wildlife, and environment through the Heritage Farm family’s environmentally conscious land management, and animal husbandry together with engaging experiences to enable people a way to engage with the natural world.


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