The landscape of Trill Farm with its ancient coppice, ditches and stone pits, mature woodland and overgrown parish boundary banks, holds a rich variety of wildlife and history. Join Graham Jones on seasonal walks exploring the medieval landscape surrounding Trill Farm and speculate how the land was used in those bygone days.

As the seasons progress we will be looking for signs of spring in late March. The lushness that comes with late May. Mellow fruitfulness in September and finally dormancy and winter birdlife in December.

Lunch is not included, but you might like to join us for a Farm Lunch in the Old Dairy Kitchen for after the walk. Booking is essential; please visit the Old Dairy Kitchen website or call Chris on 07999 923089.

Please bring appropriate clothing for the changeable British weather, sunscreen if necessary and a bottle of water. Wellies are preferable to hiking boots as areas of the farm can get very wet. Please bring notepads and writing material and a camera if you would like. 

Please note that some areas of the farm require walking up some short sharp inclines and may prove difficult for those that are mobility-impaired. Unfortunately the walks are not suitable for wheelchair access. This walk is suitable for those used to rough country walking.


Course Leader - Graham Jones

Graham Jones, naturalist and landscape detective, leads walks with local groups in the Axe Vale and further afield. His special interest is woodland ecology.


Event times: 10am - 12.30pm

This event is free of charge, but please book so that we know numbers.

If you would like to join us for a Farm Lunch afterwards please call Chris on 07999 923089, or visit the Old Dairy Kitchen website.