Dry January

I don’t think the Somerset Levels know about ‘dry January’. We’ve certainly seen some epic flooding here in the village. But getting back to normal now, and looking forward to whatever the new year has to offer.For all of you Godney Gathering campers, we are really excited to share the full festival line up on … Read more

Seasons greetings

Wishing all guests, campers, gatherers, friends and family very best wishes for a happy Winter Solstice, Christmas and New Year from all at Garslade Farm.


Sincere thanks to all our caravaners, campers, festival gatherers and bnb guests who have visited and supported us at Garslade Farm this year. The end of October means the campsite closes it’s gates for the season. What a year it’s been. Steamy hot weather, the return of big celebrations. A wedding party, several milestone birthdays, … Read more

The Godney Gathering

Looks like it’s going to be the biggest and hottest ticket in the village at Garslade Farm this weekend, when we welcome the return of the Godney Gathering after a break of 2 years. So much planning and behind the scenes organisation goes into making this a truly unique event. We can’t wait to welcome … Read more


Make hay whilst the sun shines, it’s what we farmers do. Not always as easy as it sounds, and often means long days, late nights and weather watching worries. At Garslade, we cut our organic meadow grass in June and July, then make it into bales to store until winter for our sheep flock. Nothing … Read more


We were lucky enough to visit the world famous, and ever magical Glastonbury Festival this week. Along with so many of our campers and bnb guests. Being only 8 miles from the festival fields, we are close enough to savour ‘Glasto moment’, but far enough away to enjoy the luxury of a comfortable bed, and … Read more

Sheep shearing

Well our girls are certainly a lot more comfortable now that young farmer Alan has taken off their winter overcoats in time for the hot weather. He has a strong back and the stamina of youth, to position the ewes correctly, each sheep takes him approximately 3 minutes to shear, and the wool regrows each … Read more

Organic meadows

The weather is changeable this week, but farmers welcome the sun and rain in equal measure. It all enables our lush green organic meadowland to grow and flourish. The bright summer colours of buttercups and clover are pretty as a picture. Somerset is truly the land of the Summer people.