We're located along the route of a public footpath. Winding its way across farmland and through woodland, the route can take you to a disused quarry, the site of an Area of Special Scientific Interest, over into the nearby village of Cradley with St James the Great Church (with Norman origins) (www.cradleychurch.org.uk ) and adjacent 15th Century black and white village hall. The footpath can also take you to Malvern, down into the town or up into the famous Malvern Hills.
Some of the fields in the immediate vicinity are home to cows and sheep whilst others are left for hay-making. We are surrounded by beautiful countryside where both flora and fauna flourish. Muntjac deer, foxes, hares, rabbits and badgers make their home here and buzzards, sparrow hawks, nuthatches, woodpeckers and tree creepers may all be spotted.
All round country bumpkin
Wife, mother, baker, gardener, chuck and duck lover and all round country bumpkin.