Coppin's Farm was recently a working farm and is now 150 acres of wildlife and wild flower reserve. Come and see up to 57 species of bird, daily sightings of deer, badgers by night, numerous wildflowers and lots of peace. The 150 acres in total comprises 17 acres of ancient woodland, (including two county wildlife sites), 10 acres or rough grazing (which has never been sprayed in living memory) with the remaining 123 acres being down to Countryside Stewardship arable reversion and ESA grassland. There is also an area of grassland on the farm which is designated as an ancient monument, strong evidence pointing towards the one-time existence of a Roman villa. Over recent years Coppin's Farm has hosted a number of Wildlife courses and has been of great interest to local natural history groups and schools.