Hadsham Farm is located in the rolling countryside of North Oxfordshire at the northern edge of the Cotswolds.
The Taylor family have been farming here for over a century, with each generation handing down the time-honoured methods we still practice today. Wykeham and Fiona took over the family farm from Wykeham’s parents 50 years ago and have spend the intervening years modernising farming practices, creating three lakes and planting thousands of trees for wildlife. Today, the farm is a mix of arable and livestock.
Since University, youngest son David has come back to work on the farm - he has brought fresh new ideas to the family business, such as the Container Storage and Spring Lambing. He is chief combine harvester operator in the summer, a specialist metalworker and also installs wood-burning stoves in the winter.
In 2012, oldest son Charlie married Sarah on the family farm. Along with David, they then decided to open the venue up to other couples. Hadsham Farm has been hosting weddings receptions ever since and they are enjoying helping people create unique countryside weddings.
Ten years later, as well as continuing to host weddings, Hadsham Farm now opens to the public for three weeks over Easter to allow people to share the magic of lambing on their local farm. Our open farm gives a chance for people of all ages to see lambs being born and even cuddle an orphan lamb. We also have a chick handling area, pet goats and a playground with sensory walk. For the past two years, we have also been growing pumpkins and have been delighted to welcome people to the farm for two weeks in October for Pumpkin picking.