Woodston Manor Partnership

Woodston Berrichons

150 ewe flock of pedigree British Berrichon sheep selected for confirmation and milkiness  

A small herd of  pedigree Aberdeen Angus cattle.

Cloudy apple juice from  the ancient apple tree at Woodston.

Tenbury Apple Juice

Woodston Angus



Fishing Angus Berrichons

Seasonal fruit available to include cherries, apples, damsons and plums.

Woodston Fruit


Three well stocked pools open for day tickets and competitions.

Woodston Coarse Fishing

Woodston Manor is a working family farm near Tenbury Wells at the heart of the Teme Valley.  The current owner Mary Walker and recently deceased John Walker once neighbours they have lived at Woodston all their lives.  The Partnership was formed in 1999 when Calum & Emma Hillhouse, son in law and daughter joined John & Mary on the farm.

The farm is only 100 acres (40Ha).  The faming is based on traditional farming practises and recently entered into the higher level stewardship. The grassland being mainly species rich permanent pasture is extensively stock, we don't use fertiliser and a minimal of sprays.  .  The orchards are all traditional ones characteristic to the local area again they are managed with minimal inputs.

The farm now concentrates on pedigree stock choosing breeds which thrive on grass and are low maintenance to look after, without comprising on quality.

The breakdown of land is

   6.8 acres (2.76Ha) Cherries

    4.2 acres (1.69Ha) Apples

   3.3 acres(1.34Ha) Plums

   1.8 acres (.75Ha) Pools

   83.7 acres (33.46Ha) Grassland

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