Liley Hall Farm comprises 150 acres of grassland, a 15th century farmhouse and a number of outbuildings. The cattle are Aberdeen Angus and a Limousin sire is used to breed calves. The business has been converted from dairy to a beef suckler herd. Under the Countryside Stewardship Scheme the walls and hedges throughout the farm are being restored. A pond has been created which attracts numerous wildlife.