Visit an organic farm

Church Farm Organics, Merseyside

Church Farm is a family business situated in a greenbelt area of outstanding natural beauty with fantastic views over the River Dee estuary. The award-winning farm shop is at the core of the farm but there are also many farm diversification elements including family events, school visits, weddings, parties and PYO. The farm itself grows fruit and vegetables for sale in the farm shop.

Landscape and Conservation

The small village of Thurstaston and the surrounding areas are very popular with walkers as there are many local footpaths. A public footpath runs right through the centre of Church Farm enabling visitors to enjoy the views and inspect the growing fields. To encourage wildlife to the farmland, extensive hedgerow planting has taken place and foxes, hedgehogs, badgers and hare can be spotted regularly.

Organic laying hens and other animals

The farm keeps a small flock of hens to produce eggs for the shop. The farm is also home to Highland cows, a small herd of Shropshire sheep, Kune Kune pigs, geese, ducks, rabbits and guinea pigs as attractions for the public and school visits.

Farm Shop 

The Church Farm shop sells a wide range of organic produce, much of it grown on the farm. The farm has close links with its customers and the local community and the events program attracts visitors from all over the North West region.  

Arranging a visit   

You are welcome to visit the farm to shop, learn, play or just meet the animals. At weekends the farm is host to children’s parties and is increasingly popular with school visits eager to learn where food comes from. The farm is equipped for visitors with two personnel carrying trailers and an outdoor play area. Events run throughout the year including the infamous Haunted Hay Ride, Easter Egg Hunt, Santa Express and PYO Organic produce.  

How to get there       

By bike: Find your route on the Sustrans website         

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