Pasford Farm is a 1,100 acre mixed arable farm in Staffordshire, farmed by four generations of the Burton Family. Whilst modern farming methods and buildings are used today, traditional Victorian buildings still provide an important historical and archaeological link, such as the ‘eel stew’, forge and waterfall. Over recent years sheep have been re-introduced creating lots of interest during the lambing season. The habitat is varied at Pasford, ranging from flower rich margins, hedgerows, woodland, wetland, streams, wild bird cover, intensive grassland and a reservoir, home to a variety of wildlife. Our unique Valley offers a variety of activities to suit all ages. The farm visits are hosted by a qualified teacher.