Everyone could benefit from eating healthier food, getting outdoors and helping care for animals and the environment. By removing people from their daily lives and immersing them in our farm we believe you can improve your physical and mental wellbeing whilst developing skills. 

Our work is focused around…

Feeding people

We are a part of the Food Revolution educating children on where their food comes from, who grows it and why it’s important to share proper meals with our families. We vary our work around the seasonal changes on the farm and use environmentally friendly techniques wherever possible.

Our grass-fed beef is hung for a minimum of 21 days, producing more flavoursome and tender cuts of meat. Exclusively available to purchase online through Beccles Food Assembly or at Beccles Farmers Market.

Feeding Your Senses

Farms are full of different sights, sounds, smells, textures and tastes. The natural beauty and rich environment provides endless opportunities for learning and development for all ages. Our sessions are flexible and can be adapted to suit varying ages, abilities or group sizes – anything from 1 to 100.

Allow yourself time to connect with nature through your senses and enjoy the great outdoors. Email hundredrivermm@gmail.com with your enquiries or use the contact form on this website.

Feeding Biodiversity

We look after a range of different habitats on our farm to provide wildlife with an area to live, feed, shelter and breed. Our hedges, woods, ponds, ditches and grassy areas are home to a huge range of animals and insects. Our wild bird seed plot provides winter food for finches, linnets and buntings as well as nectar rich plots and wildflower patches for Bee’s, Butterflies and other insects over the summer. They help us recycle nutrients, pollinate plants and clean our air and water.

As night descends and the last bird is finally quiet, the nocturnal hunters commence their search for food. Nocturnal farm residents include hedgehogs, stoats, barn owls, tawny owls and little owls as well as bats that patrol the property until the dawn chorus returns. Our most satisfying observation each year is when the swallows, swifts and house martins arrive in their numbers with many species flying in at dawn each morning to forage around our cattle feeding stations.