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Welcome to Oxleaze Farm

Oxleaze Farm is an organic, family run farm on the Gloucestershire/Oxfordshire border where we endeavour to balance production, diversification, sustainability and conservation to enhance commercial output and safeguard the natural environment.

The farm buildings have been sympathetically converted to support nineteen workshop/office units; a twenty stable livery yard; The Coach House, which offers bespoke lifestyle courses; and Oxleaze Barn which is available to hire as an event space. Bees are kept in the orchard, and benefit the diverse planting in the beautiful Cotswold garden, which is open to visitors throughout the summer.

A variety of crops are grown at Oxleaze, which supports a diverse range of species. Our wheat is sold to a local flour mill and our Aberdeen Angus herd supplies beef to a quality supermarket. The farm is self sustained by a large solar PV array and biomass boiler, helping us to manage woodlands through coppicing for fuel and new planting. In addition the traditionally managed water meadows and wildflower plots encourage new habitats for local wildlife and plants.


Oxleaze Barn is a large flexible event space, perfect for celebrating and entertaining or for reflection and professionalism. The versatility of the space means it can be dressed up fit for a king, suited and booted, or messed up by a raucous children's party.

Oxleaze Barn was traditionally a grain store, built from Cotswold stone and with towering beams it makes a stunning setting for both corporate events, weddings and parties. The barn doors open wide onto a private courtyard and terraced lawn which is perfect for drinks and outdoor entertaining in the summer. The barn is warm and toasty on winter evenings, heated and powered through a combination of a woodchip biomass boiler and solar panels so you can enjoy the glorious open fireplace and underfloor heating guilt free!



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