Occombe Farm is a working farm in South Devon that is open to the public. There's no charge to come and visit us and parking is free, so come and wander around the farm and explore our fantastic 2km nature trail, bustling with wildlife and beautiful views of the surrounding woodland.
We offer a full programme of chargeable events including festivals, cookery classes, holiday clubs and meet the animals sessions for the whole family. Take a look at what's going on here.
We have a Café on site serving delicious, locally sourced food and a farm shop where you can buy fresh and locally sourced meat, fruit and vegetables as well as lots of other goodies for your kitchen cupboards!
Occombe Farm is part of the Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust, a registered charity that exists to protect and care for over 1700 acres of Torbay's stunning green and coastal spaces, including Berry Head, Cockington Country Park and many others. We rely on the generosity of our members and visitors to keep Torbay as glorious as it is. Find out how you can support us here.
Reception and our Visitor Centre will be closed for Easter from Friday 14th April - Monday 17th April 2017
Please note that the Visitor Centre will be closed on Thursday 20th April and Thursday 27th April 2017. Should your enquiry be urgent on those days, please call the main Trust office telephone number: 01803 520 022
9 May 2017
12 April 2017
The Forestry Commission have served Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust (TCCT) notice to fell diseased larch trees in an area of Occombe Valley Woods known as the East...
9 February 2017
Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust, organisers of the Occombe Beer Festival, are excited to announce that Foo Fighters tribute band, Something From Nothing will be...
26 May 2017
A unique opportunity to see the rare Greater Horseshoe bats at Berry Head, a Geopark Gateway Site. The Greater Horseshoe bats live in the caves formed in the 400 million...
27 May 2017
Join us at Occombe Farm this holiday to discover the secrets of Torbay. Follow our quest to unearth these hidden natural stories! 10.00-15.00
27 May 2017
A temporary exhibition celebrating Cockington and its draw as a popular tourist destination past and present. 10.00 -16.00 daily