Family fun for all

Welcome to Heaven Farm

Spring 2024

Spring is finally here, and the farm is coming to life! The bluebells are currently out in full, and the woods are the most spectacular sea of deep blue. The woodland walk is available from 10am-4pm every day at the moment so that they can be enjoyed by everyone. The campsites are also up and running for the season so why not book to come here for the weekend, we are perfectly situated to enjoy Sussex at its best!

We have a new addition to the farm, The Butler’s Pantry, farm kitchen and bar. As a Sussex farm we are proud to be utilising our amazing seasonal Sussex farm produce on the menus in both the cafe for breakfasts and light lunches as well as The Sussex Barn restaurant, which is currently being renovated and will be launched on Saturday 1st June, holding Sunday lunch clubs for a traditional farm kitchen roast, evening supper clubs on Friday nights and many events throughout the year. This will also now be available for private events. The outdoor BBQ’s are also under construction which we hope to enjoy once the weather improves, fingers crossed for the May Bank Holiday weekend!

Whilst we have the unpredictable Spring weather, there is lots for the children to do at the Farm – The Dove’s play barn and inflatables as well as The Cow Putt Crazy Golf followed by a treat of Latchett’s ice cream from our gelato parlour.

Come and visit us with your family. Whatever their age, there is something to enjoy in this beautiful Sussex Farm, which really is a little piece of heaven!

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A great day out!

Heaven Farm is an award winning farm set in 100 acres of beautiful parkland in the Weald of Sussex close to the Ashdown Forest, lying between Uckfield, East Grinstead and Haywards Heath. Steeped in 600 years of farming history.

Heaven Farm offers a great day out for all ages and entrance onto the farm is free (and parking is free too!)