About

Lower Hewood Farm

Lower Hewood Farm is a 45 acre, certified organic small-holding located on the borders of Dorset, Devon and Somerset, producing meat, vegetables and preserves for sale locally. We run an ongoing programme of arts-related events, projects and residencies in parallel with the everyday functioning of the farm.

Activities take place in a range of buildings including a farmhouse, sheds, converted barns and farm buildings, as well as the surrounding land, a portion of which is a Site of Nature Conservation Interest.

The Survival Library, a project developed by Standart Thinking contains a range of material including artist books, agricultural manuals, novels and volumes on psychology.

Anyone is welcome to visit the farm. Please email info@lowerhewoodfarm.org to arrange a time.

History

This talk by Heather Roughton about the history of Hewood took place at Lower Hewood Farm on 4th September 2013. Filmed and edited by Maria Benjamin

 

 

 

Staff

Adam Payne

Jeremy Andrews

Simon Bayliss

Giorgia Bettilli

Emily Cropton

Alexa de Ferranti

Kaye Down

Richard Down

Amanda Dunstan

Pete Rowley

Jo Waite

Website

Illustrations by Yann Le Bec

Gargoyle font by Steve Jackaman, after Brook Type by Lucien Pissaro

Website designed and built by An Endless Supply

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Harvest Short Film Competition 2017 – open for submissions

The 2017 Harvest Film Festival is hosting a Short Film Competition on the themes of farming, food and land. We are keen to hear from emerging and established filmmakers using a range of approaches and from any genre including documentary, drama, animation, experimental or artist film.

Submission details can be found here.

The deadline for submissions is midnight Friday 4th August 2017.

Judges announced: Robin Baker (Head Curator for the BFI National Film Archive), Hope Dickson Leach (filmmaker) and Robert Macfarlane (writer).