Awnell's Farm220 acres Orchards and grassland farm This 220-acre grassland farm is situated in some of Herefordshire’s most beautiful countryside. The land and farm buildings, which include the cattle yards at Street and Redlands farms, were made over to the Trust by a deed of gift from David Powell in 2000. David has retained the right to continue living and farming Awnell's Farm for as long as he wishes. The farm has a closed herd of traditional Hereford cattle with an ancestry dating back over 170 years. A wonderful orchard includes many old cider apple trees, some of which are 300 years old, making this an especially important farm. About Wildlife Other fauna and flora – Awnell's Farm Noteworthy amphibian and reptile species spotted at Awnell's Farm Great crested newt Noteworthy fungus species spotted at Awnell's Farm Tooth fungus Donate now Please select a donation amount (required) £10 Will help towards the cost of buying supplementary bird seed, sourced from local suppliers. £25 Covers some of the administration costs for wildlife walks and open farm days. £50 Covers the cost of our Wildlife Monitoring Officers completing one afternoon monitoring the butterflies. £100 Covers the cost of welcoming a class of children onto a farm for a half day session. Other Donate Read the latest wildlife news Do you have images that you'd be happy for the CRT to use? Submit By submitting this image you are agreeing the Countryside Restoration Trust can use them for commercial and noncommercial purposes. We do not need to ask you permission from or provide credit to you the photographer. More precisely, you grants the Countryside Restoration Trust an irrevocable, nonexclusive, worldwide copyright license to download, copy, modify, distribute, perform, and use your submitted photo for free, including for commercial purposes, without permission from or attributing the photographer.