Targetfollow Farm is Home to Three Businesses

Salle Sign salle pond

Targetfollow Farm is Home to Three Businesses

Three independent businesses have made new homes in gorgeous traditional barns at Salle Moor Farm, near Reepham, Norfolk. The businesses include a brewer, a food producer and a craftsman.

They are all working from refurbished red brick barns on the estate, which have kept many of their original features whilst still offering all those essential mod cons!

Cows at Salle Salle Barns

Essence Jams is run by Sarah Savage who produces delicious jams and chutneys, using local ingredients. The range is stocked in local Waitrose stores and the pair also visit country shows and farmers' markets across the region.

Martin Reeve runs Norfolk Building Services, and creates oak frames for heritage projects, for organisations such as the National Trust.

And Simon Barker runs the All Day Brewing Company which is creating, amongst others, a Salle Moor Farm signature real ale. He also plans to grow hops in the surrounding fields at the farm, thus allowing him to produce wholly locally sourced beer.

Open Barn Tractor

George Craig, Asset and Investment Manager at Targetfollow, explains: 'Salle Moor Farm is a 312-acre arable farm, managed by a farmer, and made up of grassland, woodland and a 25-acre orchard set over two separate sites, one at Kerdiston and one at Booton.

'Apart from four residential properties, including the hall itself, there are several converted farm buildings which we have renovated to a high standard so we are delighted to have three local, independent businesses make good use of them.' He continues: 'We also have eight polytunnels where further tenants are creating a market garden, growing a wide selection of vegetables.'

It is hoped that the one of the remaining buildings, a former lambing shed, could also be refurbished, creating yet more space for a small scale, local business who would benefit from sharing such a rural site in charming, unspoilt countryside.