Upper Hollowfields Farm is a traditional 250 acre farm which has been managed sympathetically for many years. Two streams run through the farm. Their banks are wooded and sustain many large pollarded willows. The eastern half is predominantly arable with a small field and original hedgerows. Patches of woodland are situated adjacent to it, providing a corridor for wildlife. The western half is mostly grassland with a second stream running north to south, cutting off a wet 8 acre field, which is unimproved and is adjacent to an area north of the holding, noted for its botanical and archaeological importance. There is a 4-acre traditional orchard of perry pears and apples. The farmland hosts a range of wildlife. It is a mixed farm having a small dairy and beef herd and barley, wheat, linseed, beans and maize.