Burleigh Hill Farm is situated just north of St Ives. It is an arable farm and the main crops grown are wheat and oil seed rape. The farmer has a 170-year-old barn, which is well equipped for presentations and group gatherings. There is a wide amount of conservation work undertaken on the farm. This includes ponds creation, areas of winter food for farmland birds, and an area of pollen and nectar mix for invertebrates, several new hedges and a restored ditch. A number of interesting walks are available around the farm where many of the features can be seen and discussed.