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Broomhill Farm, Sudbury
Friday, 14 June 2024
Sunday, 16 June 2024
Booking available online only
Your stewards are David & Laura Statham
Peaceful caravanning surrounded by beautiful countryside, walks, cycling and National Trust properties. A real escape in the country!
The site is flat grassland and borders the fields where our cattle graze. One end of the site is sheltered by mature Oak trees and the other is open lawn. The site has all the basic facilities you could need for your stay and is both dog and family friendly. You may see new calves in the traditional red brick farm yard and enjoy homemade cakes in the beautiful gardens on selected weekends.
Prime, grassfed and Farm Assured beef, born and bred at Broomhill. Mixed 5kg and 10 kg selection boxes are available several times a year and mostly sold through pre-order to a loyal group of local customers.
Broomhill Farm is just a 20 minute drive from Alton Towers Theme park, and is within easy reach of the Peak District National park. The charming market towns of Uttoxeter and Ashbourne are just 13 and 20 minutes in each direction.
Cannock Chase forest is around 30 minutes away and makes for a beautiful day out, as do Carsington Water and Blithfield reservoirs
There are many National Trust properties within easy reach, Sudbury Hall and The Museum of Childhood is just 5 minutes away by car or an easy cycle. Kedleston Hall, Shugborough Hall & Farm are all within half an hour of the farm.
Ten minutes from Uttoxeter Racecourse for those looking for a quieter nights sleep after a busy day at the races.
We recommend the Hollybush at Church Broughton for excellent food and a warm welcome.
Site Facilities - All sites have fresh water & elsan.
Arriving on site - You must report to the meet steward, have your membership card/s ready. The steward will take your details
and guide you to your ‘pitch’.
Location & Directions
Aston Lane, Sudbury, Ashbourne DE6 5HH
Click the w3w address above to see the site location on the map, from there you can start navigation with any of the below apps using your phone or mobile device.
Approaching the site - As we are now using what3words to pinpoint our sites, navigation should be much easier and accurate. However to help spot the site as you approach, we place signs to let you know you are close by and to help guide you. Site entrances can be hard to spot so we also try to put a feather flag at the entrance so you don't drive past.
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