Land Farm, BN5
Land Farm occupies over 30 acres of farmland, with its unique star attraction being an impressive naturalistic 8 acre prairie garden. Large swathes of flowers, textured grasses and huge plants, laced with small snaking pathways make for a truly immersive experience. Seasonal changes enable enormous variety of looks and moods across the year.
As well as the core prairie garden, the farm also offers a cutting garden and tropical display, as well as woodland, grass pastures where Shetland sheep graze and a mix of farm buildings, including chicken sheds and glass houses.
- 8 acre prairie garden, cutting garden and tropical garden
- Range of farm and garden buildings including wooden clad barn, poly tunnel, chicken houses, glass houses, and tea room
- Woodland and grassland meadows
- Shetland sheep and a bassett hound
Crew Facilities at Land Farm
Land Farm is very well set up for film and photoshoots at the location.
Parking: There is a large field parking area (with matting) available for cars and vans, as well as specific hardstanding available for large vehicles.
Crew base: A large garden room area is available for the crew, so long as the requirements of the garden (if it is open ) are able to be met at the same time. The garden room has a wood burning stove for the cooler months, 3 loos and a hot shower is also available.
Catering: The owners can provide catering themselves: including teas, coffee, cold drinks, homemade cakes as well as healthy homegrown lunches, using their own produce. The local pub can also cater on site for the team if preferred.
Accommodation: Crews are able to camp on the farm, or there are hotels and B&Bs within a 15 minute drive.
Note: The garden is open to the public from 1st June until mid October – six afternoons a week 1pm until 5pm , closed on Tuesdays . Crews are welcome to use the shoot location whilst public are on site, or outside of opening hours, across the year.
Getting to Land Farm
Land Farm is 1 hour 30 minutes drive away.
The closest train station is Hassocks (Brighton line from London), 7 miles drive from the farm.