For a relatively small holding Llananant Farm encompasses a remarkable variety of habitats - semi-improved and unimproved pasture, ancient and new woodland, hedges, streamside corridors, ponds, streams, wetlands, an orchard and a kitchen garden.

We keep a flock of Welsh and Welsh cross sheep, a small herd of Dexter cattle, Oxford Sandy and Black pigs, Boer cross goats, four horses and a selection of geese, ducks and ex-battery hens - who go on to live a happy and productive life with us.  

We keep a flock of Welsh and Welsh cross sheep, a small herd of Dexter cattle, Oxford Sandy and Black pigs, Boer cross goats, four horses and a selection of geese, ducks and ex-battery hens - who go on to live a happy and productive life with us.  

We manage the farm under Glastir (the Welsh agri-envrionment scheme) and permaculture principles; we are registered organic with The Soil Association and primarily produce lamb and hogget for market, and beef and pork on a smaller scale for family and friends.

In addition to our farming at Llananant, we work in partnership with local schools to develop education programmes for sustainability education; and also alternative access to the curriculum for young people with additional learning needs

We design and host development programmes and conferences, partnered with professional bodies, academic and leadership organizations.

And now - inspired by our own fabulous nuptials here in 2016 - we're offering this lovely space as a wedding or party venue for people looking for a secluded, versatile, barefoot, simply magical space. 


Our Purpose

Our mission is to create and demonstrate sustainable and ecologically sensitive food & farming systems, and to educate and share with others, in engaging, practical and positive ways, how they can make their life and work more sustainable and regenerative.


How We do it

  • First and foremost, by farming organically and informed by broad scale permaculture design principles
  • Designing and leading courses, making use of everything the outdoor space offers
  • Hosting school groups for field trips on farming, food and sustainable development
  • Partnering with our local schools and social services to develop an alternative curriculum to support at-risk young people.
  • Sharing our space as a venue for conferences, events and gatherings.
  • Welcoming volunteers from around the world who want to learn more about organic and regenerative agricultural systems.

Students from UWC Atlantic College, building bridges

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And now - inspired by our own fabulous nuptials here in 2016 - we're offering this lovely space as a wedding or party venue for people looking for a secluded, versatile, barefoot, simply magical space.