Cragend Farm is a British rare breed working farm in Northumberland. An unusual Victorian show piece designed by Lord Armstrong of Cragside with holiday accommodation.
Our passion for sustainability and bio-diversity continues with tree planting projects, as well as the on-going work we do with our rare breed animals .
The 'Ten Ten Tree Project', to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of tree planting at Cragend Farm, with ten parkland trees of ten different species of tree being planted each with its own hand-made wooden tree guard to protect the new saplings from the deer and grazing livestock. Your pledges help plant a tree and help the environment.
Our Grown in Britain credentials mean we are dedicated to connecting people with the land and its great potential.
Our Youtube channel and Facebook, twitter and instagram pages will keep you updated on everything that we are doing here during lockdown and now we are able to open as a holiday destination, as well as on our Cragend Farm blog on our website.
A donation from you today will help keep the farm animals alive and well, plant trees, and the buildings maintained.
Thank you for donating!