Overtown Farm near Cranham in Gloucestershire is a fully certified Organic farm owned by the National Trust, and lies 970 feet above sea level
on the Cotswold escarpment. It overlooks the vale of Gloucester with a wonderful view of the Malvern Hills and the Black Mountains beyond. The farm is run by Martin and Pauhla Whitaker and has been farmed by the Whitaker family for over 50 years.
We have been Soil Association certified organic since 2001 and specialise in supplying organic lamb and beef from our own home-bred animals. Our prime aim is to supply high-quality meat, with the minimum of wasteful packaging, at a reasonable price, to local people who care about where their food comes from and how it is produced
News page and
Blog will keep you up to date with the various happenings on the farm and the
picture gallery has lots of photos showing day-to-day life on the farm including lambing time, calving, harvest, the best and worst of weather and the nature and wildlife that we share our home with. You can also join our newsletter mailing list by filling in the
Contact us form and back copies of this are available to download from the news page.
We are on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Overtownfarm and you can find us on Twitter by following @overtownfarm
Interested in the environment?
Caring for our environment
page to find out about the plants, birds, animals and insects on our farm and what we do to encourage and protect them.
Farm diversification... Complimentary therapy courses
Overtown is also the venue for regular workshops, short courses and certificated professional therapist courses in Animal Aromatherapy, Reiki Healing for Humans and Animals, animal training and behaviour and environment and countryside events.
Whether you are looking for a change of career, CPD courses or are simply interested in improving and maintaining the wellbeing and good health of yourself or your animals or learning more about the countryside and farmed landscape around you, we have a course to suit.
Tuition is in small groups or one-to-one and can be tailored to your specific needs and interests, be it human, equine, small animal or farm livestock.
Even cows need a little TLC sometimes!
Website last updated 26th May 2013
(C) Martin and Pauhla Whitaker 2011