Wriggly Tin Farm, TN14

Located inside the M25, Wriggly Tin Farm offers the rustic farm look in spades, with a collection of old corrugated tin and timber sheds in one farmyard, and another “abandoned farmyard” just a short walk away yet in a middle-of-nowhere setting.

As well as its ramshackled mix of farm sheds, Wriggly Tin Farm is full of animal life and farm props, allowing plenty of scope for shoot crews to make the most of the textures and working-farm aspects that exist here. Although it’s a small farm, animals aplenty live here, including sheep, cattle,  chicken, geese, pigs, horses and border collies.

The surrounding land mainly consists of flat fields of grass used for grazing the animals and haymaking.

  • 50 acres of grass and an ancient orchard
  • Two farmyard settings within a short walk of one another featuring old tin and timber farm buildings such as sheds, barns, stables, workshop and a mobile home
  • Post-war farmhouse (available for exterior only)
  • Modern greenhouse and polytunnels
  • Hard standing tracks
  • Classic farm props including hay bales and vintage tractors
  • Ducks, geese, chicken, sheep, horses, ponies, pigs, cows, sheep dogs and cats


There is hardstanding for the parking of approximately 20 cars maximum, with further field parking if required. A crew base can be provided onsite in one of the barns.
There is lots of amenities in the local area, including various takeaway options and a pub serving food within a half a mile of the farm. Overnight accommodation can be found within 3 miles of the farm.


 Trains run from London to Knockholt station (45 minutes). The farm is only a 5 minute drive from Knockholt railway station.
Central London is just over 1 hour’s drive away.