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Heathlands Farm

The heart and home of Hall Hunter.

Mark and Mary Hall have been joyfully farming on Heathlands since 1966. Back in the day, the farm produced vegetables for London markets and customers were also welcome to ‘pick-their-own’. These days, the 196 acres of land is dedicated to the production of soft fruits. The farm also plays host to our largest packhouse, the administrative hub, workshops and a transport office.

We are mindful of nurturing the beautiful wildlife that shares our land, welcoming each and every deer and rabbit that chooses to live within the boundaries of Heathlands farm. We’re particularly fond of hedgehogs and do all we can to protect and support them.

Home to strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries.

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Mark and Mary Hall still live on the farm, as they have since the day they were married.
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What makes Heathlands special? The great people and family atmosphere! We work closely as a team on this fantastic farm, the place where Hall Hunter’s journey first began.
Mariusz Charewicz, Farm Manager

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