WELCOME

Parsons Hall Farm is a privately-owned estate in Worcestershire. The estate combines residential and commercial property portfolios, beef farming, public events and has a strong environmental ethos.

Whilst retaining a unique heritage and rural charm, Parsons Hall Farm is running as a traditional beef farm, practising old-style farming, the estate is run commercially and seeks to demonstrate diversity.

There are many opportunities to sample the delights that Parsons Hall Farm as a guest to one of its residential properties, as a visitor to its many events, or as a walker enjoying stunning views from rights of way.


HISTORY

Standing amongst some of the county’s most idyllic countryside lays one of England’s oldest historic Cruck timber frame buildings, Parsons Hall Farm dates back to well over 700 years, this building, its tithe barn and detached kitchen have being entirely sympathetically restored using traditional skills carefully balanced to combine up-to-date and environmentally friendly facilities giving heat and hot water via a ground source heat pump and having its own bore hole for fresh spring water, surrounded by more than thirty acres of beautiful and peaceful meadows and woods, with small hand built stone bridges crossing the meandering brooks which enter and exit the medieval fishing pools before feeding two large ponds. Read more …

LOCATION

Parsons Hall Farm is located just 30 miles – or about an hour – from Worcester. Being in a central location it has access to national road and rail networks north and south, as well as to Birmingham airport.

More locally, Tenbury wells is 4 miles away; a historic market town with traditional high street shops and services.

There is an abundance of local activities and crafts in the surrounding rural villages within the estate’s vicinity providing variable and creative services for young and old alike.

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CONSERVATION

Here at Parsons Hall Farm we are actively committed to conservation and the management of wildlife habitats for the long term. It harbours a diverse and valuable range of species including birds, butterflies, bats, deer, invertebrates and fungi.

There is an active management scheme which includes the maintenance of field headlands and margins for the benefit of wildlife.  improving habitats and enhancing diversity.  Wildflower mixed are spread and the meadows are old leys full of herbs and wild flowers, the dead wood, both standing and fallen is given specific attention as it provides an important habitat for fungi and invertebrates, which in turn supports woodpecker, tree creeper and other associated species.
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