Leigh is a 250 acre farm in the Lynher Valley in the South East of Cornwall.  The farmhouse is mentioned in the Doomsday book and parts of the farmhouse are over 500 hundred years old.

Sheep, feed wheat, barley, and oilseed rape are the main areas of agriculture and bees make up a growing percentage of our diversification.  Here at Leigh our crops and sheep are produced to the high standards of the Red Tractor Assurance scheme.  We are also part of the Countryside Stewardship Scheme organised through Natural England and the Rural Payments Agency, in which we grow acres of wildflowers for pollinators, preserve in-field trees and maintain miles of diverse hedgerows and minimum input pastureland.