We open the Farms to the public twice a year. Once, usually around Easter time, for our very popular ‘Lambing Live’ day and again in June for Open Farm Sunday (LEAF’s national initiative).

The aim of our OFS event is to give the wider public the opportunity to learn about how a modern farm works, and get an insight into how we fulfill our responsibilities to the next generation by looking after the land and the environment around us.


Dates for your diary:

Lambing Live - 15th April 2018

On Sunday 15th April Overbury Farms, part of Overbury Enterprises, will be holding our annual Lambing Live Sunday. A day for the whole family begins at 10am, with tractor and trailer rides taking you from the Village Hall up Bredon Hill to Park Farm throughout the day. Here at the lambing sheds you may have the opportunity to see their ewes lamb, feed newborns and learn about lambing and wider conservation & Countryside Management. You can stay as long as you like until the last tractor ride leaves at approx 2.30pm. Throughout the day in the Village hall you can purchase refreshments and homemade cakes courtesy of Overbury Pantry.

Parking is free. Entry is £5 per adult and free for children under 16 years old (all children must be accompanied). The proceeds will go towards various education projects and Overbury Village hall. Sadly no pregnant ladies are allowed to visit the lambing sheds due to health and safety. For more information call the Estate Office on 01386 725 111 and watch the build up on social media at and 

Open Farm Sunday - 10th June 2018