Sacrewell Farm, in association with Riverford Organic and Natural England, have launched two new ramble routes around the 550-acre site.
Starting from the Farm Centre, the two-mile and one-mile walks take you around the farmland which is leased by the William Scott Abbott Trust to Riverford Organic to grow their vegetables.
Ramblers will be able to view a number of the fields farmed on the site, as well as taking in the Riverford offices and the abundance of wildlife around the Farm.
“We have been running tractor rides in association with Riverford for years and they are very popular with our visitors who want to know more about the farming side of things here.
“The rambles will give them an opportunity to explore on foot thanks to permissive access given by the Trust by working alongside Riverford.”
The routes have been created using a £1,000 Community Leadership Grant from Peterborough City Council. The money has been used to create posts to guide people around the Farm and will also be used to create interpretation boards so that ramblers can learn about the land they are walking on.
Megan added: “The history of the Farm is fascinating and the ever changing landscape will keep people coming back season after season to see what has changed. What may be a field of cabbages one year could easily be filled with sheep the following.”
Ramble maps are free and can be picked up from Reception at Sacrewell Farm and will guide you around the two routes. Free parking is available and there is no charge to take part. Sensible footwear must be worn at all times and the Farm will not be held liable for any damage.
For more information about activities at Sacrewell please vsisit www.sacrewell.org.uk
Photo: Site Operations Manager at Sacrewell, Richard Hadfield, reads through the ramble with Liz Ede and Paul Dicker from Riverford Organic