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Rod and Lisa Baraona
Bushey Heath Farm
Tideswell Moor
SK17 8JE


Home: 01298 873007 (9am – 8pm only)
Mobile: 07710 163376 (9am – 8pm only)

Alt: 390m
Maps: Landranger 119;
Outdoor Leisure 24

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Bushey Heath News


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March 10th, 2015


Campsite news…

March 3rd, 2015

Offers and Bank Holidays

3rd night half price…

March 1st, 2015

Christmas/New Year 2015 – 2016

Festive season availability and prices…….

March 1st, 2015

Walling Courses 2014

All public dates…

January 24th, 2014

Hawley Gig

Teddy Boy’s Picnic….

June 6th, 2010

Mountain Biking and Fitness Activities

New Year, new you….

January 14th, 2010

Hayloft – Training Classroom

use of the Hayloft…

January 1st, 2010

Renewables Visit

We have seen an increasing…..

December 30th, 2009


Entrance of Bunk Barners and Trainers

Visitor Entrance – more in Gallery

We have been running Bushey Heath Farm since June 2004. Our aim is to develop a thriving smallholder business with a diversity of activities from workshop provision to accommodation for visitors, all with sustainability at the core of the business.

Proven 6kw Turbine – producing our electricity

We offer high quality and affordable accommodation in bunk barns, camping huts and on our summer group campsite for visitors looking to enjoy the peaceful use of the National Park.

We encourage walkers, climbers, reunions, families, educational, spiritual and various other gatherings.
We aim to develop the site in an environmentally sensitive way by including as many sustainable ideas and technologies as we find feasible.

Presently we encourage recycling throughout the site, collect rainwater for WC flushing and have fitted a Ground Source Heat Pump to provide all the heating and hot water to the bunk barns.

All our electrical power requirements are sourced from the Proven 6kw turbine that has been up and running since March 2007.

Throughout the construction and renovation work recycled building materials and high levels of insulation have been used where possible.

Bushey Heath Farm sustainable accommodation in the Peak DistrictIn the future we plan to hold art and craft catered workshops and increase the numbers and diversity of animals on the farm. Local schools use us as a centre to run various activities, from Duke of Edinburgh award groups to school Year 9 activities weeks.

We offer day visits to groups looking to experience our business and explore sustainable ideas. Past groups have included Local Authority Planning Officers, Council groups, outdoor centre leaders, National Park officers, local farmers and other small business groups. We can offer short 45-60 minute guided talks and longer tour/talks including refreshments. Mail or call us to discuss whether a visit would help your orginisation towards sustainabilty ideas and issues.

The Peak Park have helped with funding and advice for some of our sustainable projectsBushey Heath Farm has received recognition for the sustainable projects undertaken. Awards and grants have been received from the Peak District Sustainable Development Fund, Low Carbon Buildings Trust and Ethical Tourism Awards.