Contact Us & Legal Info
You can get in touch with us by phone, post, email or online.
Barn bookings: contact 01803 732661 or email us
Sharpham House and the work of the Trust
Bookings: contact 01803 732542 or email us
Hiring our venues: contact 01803 732542 or email us
Contact details for enquiries about each particular team:
For information about the programme of courses, events and activities that reconnect people to nature through experiential learning tel: 01803 732708.
To find out more about Lower Sharpham Barton Farm and the Sharpham Outdoors Project and how you can come and enjoy this wonderful estate tel: 01803 732747
For all your enquiries about the barn retreats tel: 01803 732661
Find out how you can hold your significant event or ceremony at Sharpham tel: 01803 732766
Find out about the venue and hiring it tel: 01803 732542
Learn more about this wonderful estate and delve into its history tel: 01803 732055
For any other general enquiries about the organisation, please use our contact form or phone 01803 732055 or email us or write to us at The Sharpham Trust, Sharpham House, Ashprington, Totnes TQ9 7UT.
Other useful information
Charity no. 285767
Company no. 1659601
A place to meditate
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School children sow seeds at Sharpham Meadow
- 28/07/2014 3:38 pm
Last week, three classes, over 60 children aged between 8 and 11yrs, from The Grove School in Totnes took part in a seed collecting and sowing event at Sharpham, run by the Sharpham Outdoors Project.
Sharpham Supports the Totnes Pound
- 20/05/2014 3:04 pm
The Sharpham Trust together with Sharpham Wine and Cheese and The Vineyard Café are supporting the new Totnes Pound launched on the 20th May.
Calves, lambs and kids
- 13/06/2014 3:01 pm
Lower Sharpham Barton Farm has welcomed ten new South Devon cows and ten calves - iconic cattle of the region - as part of their restocking regime.
There's been an epic start to the lambing season at the farm - of the eight ewes who were pregnant, 17 lambs were born (7 sets of twins and 1 set of triplets). They'll be out in the fields any day now.