Upper Moreton Farm is a 100 acre beef and sheep farm in the countryside of Wolseley Bridge, Staffordshire, approximately two miles from Cannock Chase. It has been in the Carney family ownership for over fifty years.
As the name suggests the farm is on the top of a gently sloping valley, the landscape includes old and modern grasslands, small copses, several wildlife ponds, fishing pools and well established broad-leaved trees namely ash and oak.
We offer a wide range of services at Upper Moreton Farm, from Day Farming opportunities for individuals to Structured courses and Educational Access opportunities for school groups.
Here is a quick summary of what’s on offer.
Courses & Training
We work with a range of training providers to deliver courses that provide skills, health and wellbeing benefits and qualifications. These are aimed at assisting individuals entering the world of work or considering voluntary work. We primarily offer courses to individuals aged 19+ who may be thinking of studying for a qualification.
To see what courses are currently available please follow this link.
If you are a training provider and would like to discuss hosting courses with us, please contact Carol Carney on 07814 237211 for a chat or send us a message.
Our rural activities service offers a wide range of activities, from gardening and working with livestock, to handicrafts and cookery. We primarily offer this service to individuals aged 19+. Our day participants come from a wide range of backgrounds, including those who have mental health problems, multiple learning difficulties, emotional difficulties, or have suffered abuse or neglect. We offer support for individuals with varying skills, experiences, needs, abilities, strengths and weaknesses.
If you would like to know more about Rural Activities and Care Farming at Upper Moreton Farm, please contact Carol Carney on 07814 237211 for a chat or send us a message.
Farm Educational Access
We offer free of charge visits for schools, colleges and groups for a learning experience related to either; the natural environment; food; farming; and/or the curriculum. To be eligible group size has to be six or more people for two hours or more.
If you would like to discuss arranging an Educational Access visit, please contact Carol Carney on 07814 237211 for a chat or send us a message.