The team at Sky Park Farm was delighted to receive approval from South Downs National Park Authority in the early part of 2019. Tim Slaney, Director of Planning at the South Downs National Park Authority, said:
“Both these schemes [..] represent large-scale and well-thought-out rural diversification. They are perfect examples of a landscape-led planning approach to deliver high-quality schemes that deliver on multiple levels. These include supporting a sustainable rural economy through job creation and promoting people’s enjoyment of the National Park”.
The plans, which include an educational and visitor enterprise will diversify the existing agricultural operation of the site as a working Deer Farm. Supported by a new farm shop, visitor café and outdoor children’s activity area, the project was also supported by The British Deer Farms and Parks Association, which noted it is a model for diversification and sustainable deer farming in the UK.
Sky Park Farm Rangers are delighted to have settled in a new herd of 15 Sika deer. Sika deer were introduced into Britain from the Far East in 1860. It is possible that almost all living English, Scottish and Irish […]
Sky Park Farm is opening to the public on 21st May. A unique destination, visitors will be able to experience life on a working deer farm and access the spectacular grounds for walking and picnicking. Pierce and Victoria Noonan, owners […]
Sky Park Farm is delighted to announce that Matt Crow has joined the team as Executive Chef. With a vision to deliver quality, local, modern food in a relaxed environment, Matt is a very welcome addition to the Sky Park […]